David Julian McClements, professor of food science and an internationally recognized expert in the encapsulation and delivery of bioactive components, was honored by the American Oil Chemistry Society (AOCS) recently with its 2016 Scientific Award for work that has “taken the industry to the...
Senior Victoria Matthews offers a heartfelt poem to UMass Amherst seniors and to new students about to arrive. Victoria, who graduates with a bachelor's degree in women, gender and sexuality studies, was inspired to write "A Love Letter To You" by the UMatter@UMass program.
Media passes are required to gain access to the field at Warren P. McGuirk Alumni Stadium for coverage of the Undergraduate Commencement ceremonies at UMass Amherst on Friday, May 6 at 4:30 p.m. Parking passes also are required to access special parking designated for journalists.
The University Club and Restaurant, 243 Stockbridge Road, is offering a special Mother's Day Brunch buffet on Sunday, May 8, with reservations available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The cost is $29.95 per adult and $19.95 per child, not including tax and gratuity.
Mother's Day Brunch Menu:...
The Provost’s Committee on Service-Learning recently honored 22 students with the Academic/Community Transformation (ACT) Award for their efforts connecting academic work and community engagement in transformative ways. Students are nominated for this award by faculty members who teach...
The fourth annual UMassGives campaign, a 36-hour online fundraiser for the campus, has raised a record $162,182 from 2,138 donors. The campaign kicked off at noon on April 27 during the university’s annual Founders Day celebration and ran through midnight April 28.
In the week before final exams, UMass Amherst students were encouraged to reduce stress by walking through a sun-powered circular labyrinth, a unique collaboration between the College of Nursing and the department of landscape architecture and design.
Local chefs and guest judges chose a brown butter, salted-caramel ice cream with chocolate flakes as the winning flavor developed for this year’s competition by University of Massachusetts Amherst food science students. It will become the newest seasonal flavor to be produced and marketed by Maple Valley Creamery of Hadley.
The Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst is the highest ranking public undergraduate business school in the Northeast, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 Undergraduate Business School Rankings. Climbing three places since the 2014 ranking, Isenberg now ranks 11th among public undergraduate business school programs in the United States.