The Office of Indian Education has awarded UMass Boston $1.3M to renew a program which gives Native students with an associate degree the opportunity to complete their bachelor’s in early childhood education.
UMass Boston has the second highest score on a new national ranking that assesses how well public universities serve African American students.
The University of Massachusetts Boston has jumped eleven spots in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges List, released this morning. UMass Boston is now No. 104 in the Top Public Schools category.
As part of a new partnership between the two organizations, Future In Sight will contribute up to $4,000 for each student in UMass Boston’s Vision Studies Program based on availability of funding and program need.
The University of Massachusetts Boston’s Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of events this month, beginning with Wednesday’s Beacon for Inclusion Awards Luncheon.
New Human Rights Website Showcases Academic Opportunities at UMass Boston, Research and Publications
Visit www.umb.edu/humanrights to learn about the many academic programs, research projects, and resources related to human rights at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Ammany Ty, an undergrad student who is majoring in English and Asian American studies in the Honors College, will be honored at a State House ceremony on Friday, May 4.
The University of Massachusetts Boston made the third annual list of Forbes’ America’s Best Value Colleges.
In her new book, Sindiso Mnisi Weeks proposes a cooperative governance model that would deliver peace and protection from violence as well as mitigation of poverty and destitution – that rural people genuinely need.
UMass Boston’s first Asian American studies class was reactivated in 1987. Today, the Asian American Studies Program offers the largest selection of Asian American Studies courses, faculty, and community resources of any university in New England.