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Society & Culture

UMass Amherst professor Ventura Pérez examines skeletal remains.
Anthropologist pioneers new ways to investigate violence
Caitlyn Butler, colleagues, and villagers in front of the green latrine in Ghana
Treats waste, protects health, and generates electricity with microbial fuel cells
View of fields from abandoned building in Uganda where new University is planned
View of future site of Teso University in Uganda.
Collaborating to design a brighter future for war-torn Uganda
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Economist Michael Ash looks over the report "Justice in the Air" in his office.
Economists mine EPA data for the right to clean air and water
James, Young, Director, Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies
The Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies
Campus researchers are discovering how and why stress manifests across the life span
Art installation of life-size silhouette figures in red and blue on brick wall
UMass Professor Nilanjana Dasgupta in her campus office.
Female role models help protect women's interest in STEM
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Cultural festival in Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera