Interdisciplinary Studies News

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UWW Featured in UMass Magazine
Over the past year, the concept of “flexible learning” is one that many students (and their parents) have suddenly become familiar with. But it’s not a new idea.
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50 years of access and innovation
Partnership to Launch with Boston Children's Hospital
The UWW Department of Interdisciplinary Studies is excited to announce the launch of their new partnership with Boston Children's Hospital (BCH).
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Ruth Loving, smiling wearing a peach suit jacket, light colored plastic framed glasses, and pearl and orange bead earrings. She has neck-length white hair.
Ruth B. Loving Scholarship Closes in on Endowment Status
$20,000 was raised during UMassGives for the Ruth B. Loving Scholarship.
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Senior Leadership Award Goes to UWW Student
Twenty-nine-year-old UWW graduate Taylor Kall of Hatfield, MA is the winner
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UWW student Taylor Kall with blonde, shoulder-length pigtails, clear cat-eye glasses, a nose ring, dramatic eyeliner, red shirt and blue neck scarf with white stars.
UWW Student Honored as a Rising Researcher
Sixty-one-year-old UWW student Al Simon has been named a 2021 Rising
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UWW student Al Simon with a closed mouth smile, longish salt and pepper hair and beard, and black rimed metal glasses. He's wearing a white button-down shirt and black suit jacket against a gray background.
Commencement 2021: Joy and Memories
From a beautiful in-person commencement to our powerful UWW Class of UWW
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UWW graduate Sarah Rose Stack wearing long brown hair and her cap and gown, speaking at an outdoor light wood podium that says University of Massachusetts Be Revolutionary.
UWW Student Recognized for Outstanding Screenplay
Thirty-two-year-old UWW student Casey Shanahan of Turners Falls, MA has won
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Casey Shanahan smiling with a brown mullet with frosted tips, metal frame aviator glasses, a septum ring, a metal ring earring in the right ear, and a red shirt that says "Let There Be Video!"
Words of Wisdom From This Year's Oldest Graduate
Eighty-one-year-old UWW student Barry Schulman of Longmeadow, MA has proven
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Barry Schulman sitting in a restaurant wearing a black shirt and jacket, holding his phone, and sporting longish white hair. There's a white table cloth, a martini, a pink rose in a vase, and a glittery bar in the background.
UWW Student Wins Field Scholar Award
Forty-two-year-old UWW student Joshua Boose has been named a 2021 William F
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Josh Boose smiling. He has brown hair, tortoise shell glasses, facial stubble, and is wearing a light blue shirt. He's standing in what looks like a public building with a checkerboard floor and peach walls.