Bill Walczak ’79 founded Codman Square Health Center while a UMass Boston student. See more of UMass Boston at 50.
Marvin Delano Turpin II '11 Earns M.Ed from Northeastern
Turpin's degree is in higher education administration from Northeastern University. Congratulations, Marvin!
The anonymous gift will launch the new Biology Graduate Research Endowment, which will support stipends for graduate students, travel to conferences, and graduate research projects.
Eighteen students received scholarships from the Alumni Association at an awards ceremony on June 25, 2014.
Anh Le Tran '00, Mark Preble '85, and Taja Ricketts '10, contribute to higher education and industry.
Charlie Brown '09 and James Gajewski '14 BA/MA strengthen department programs.
Graduate students Parfait Gasana and Wade Cedar have started the Kigali Reading Center, a nonprofit that is bringing much-needed books to Gasana's native Rwanda.
Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, delivered the keynote address at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s 46th commencement.
Shaun O'Grady delivered a moving speech at commencement.
Five years at the Venture Development Center, UMass Boston Strong, Mini Medical School, Vietnamese American Student Success, and more»
William O'Donnell and his guide dog Marshall both took pride in receiving their diplomas.
Legislators, campus administrators, alumni, students, and others gathered recently at the State House to celebrate the semicentennial of UMass Boston’s birth, to remember how it almost did not happen, and to point the way toward the future.
McCarthy says greenhouse gas rules will save country billions.
Strengthen your professional network! Welcome to our group.
Don't miss out on alumni activities, networking, career, and reunion events!
"Challenge Your Thinking. Discover the New U." Marketing campaign promotes university through billboards, tv, radio, and newspaper.
"What does a steaming dish of Spanish paella, with its pungent aroma of shrimp and chorizo, have to do with who I am today?"
New leaders will advance the Colleges of Management, Liberal Arts, and Education and Human Development.
Undergraduate Student Government and Alumni Association honors leaders for remarkable teaching, community service, and student engagement.
CPCS graduate Chris Hoeh '90 is one of ten nominees for recognition of his work to "reduce prejudice, improve intergroup relations and create an equitable school environment."
Canton native received MBA from the College of Management.
In addition to receiving her MA in English, alumna graduated from the Emerging Leaders Program in 2013.
Book documents places which are no more from the 1870s to present. These include schools, churches, theaters, grand mansions, dockyards, racetracks, parks, stores, hotels, offices, and factories.
College of Liberal Arts English/Creative Writing major, also edited the homepage of MSNBC, and had posts at TPM Media LLC and Children's Hospital.
Book features thirteen fiction stories by Sarah Lawrence College writing professor named by one reviewer as a "21st Century Steinbeck."
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan praised UMass Boston's "wonderful commitment" to increasing diversity in STEM fields.
Facility will help the university community reaching new heights of creativity, exploration, collaboration, and discovery.
Funding is part of Cummings Foundation's "$100k for 100 program."
Persistence led to success for this hardworking Cape Cod prosecutor.
Jacob Kariuki, RN/MSN, PhDc, recently spoke at TedxUMassBoston "Lighting the Way for the Future."
"The combination of people, the resources of this great institution, and the importance it places on educational access that make it truly exceptional."
$206,000 will go toward developing an online course for students.
Exchange includes 80 students in Boston and Glasgow, Scotland.
Students and donors connect at an annual event during which a new scholarship was announced.
|Elaine Sudanowicz ’78 says that “Boston State College instilled in me the value of using knowledge for the public good.” Her scholarship will continue this ideal. |
|Top internet blogger Neetzan Zimmerman ’07 has a knack for knowing what people find interesting. |
|Quinn, former government official and chair of the UMass Board of Trustees, passed away earlier this year. |
|Lab technician and UMass Boston management student Mansee Sangani has another title to add to her résumé: she’s the new Miss India USA. |
|Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy |
|Students can now major in community development in UMass Boston's College of Public and Community Service (CPCS). |
|Gina McCarthy '76 says her anthropology degree prepared her for the top environmental post in the country. |
|The Alumni Association and Student Philanthropy and Alumni Council Supports Career Services first "Dress for Success" event. |
|Student Managed Fund helps College of Management Students navigate the complex world of finance. Investors? The fund is showing solid progress! |
|The College of Management alumnus is president |
of the Western Union Foundation for Western Union,
a global leader in financial services.
|A new MASSPIRG report says UMass Boston is leading a nationwide trend toward providing options for students to go car-free. |
|An $8 million grant for a project led by UMass Boston and the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center will advance cancer research. |
|A new university collaboration will develop ways to broaden access to technology for people with disabilities. This story and more in the February 2014 Board of Trustees report. |
|UMass Boston and the New England Aquarium have launched a first-of-its-kind partnership to encourage collaborative research. |
|Marketing Director, Search & Commerce at Google, the alumnus says UMass Boston set the stage for a creative and satisfying career.. |
|"I would call myself a champion of the arts,” said Daniels, who received a master's degree in critical and creative thinking. |
|UMass system directs $148 million of its own funds toward financial aid for students to maintain affordability and access and keep student debt manageable. |
|Read this Boston Magazine story about UMass Boston's alumna. |
Patricia Hohl '13 is overseeing the national implementation of an innovative program to protect women experiencing domestic violence.
College of Management student Katie Kaiser's civic engagement serves as example of the need for increased investment in public higher education.
The four-story building will provide nearly 2,000 seats in state-of-the-art general purpose classrooms, faculty and staff offices, a café, student lounge and study spaces, and spaces for art, chemistry, and performing arts.
Blair help to found the Honors Program and was a generous donor to its students.
Leiko Lumiere '12 hopes to draw more international students to the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
|College educates students who are being prepared to respond with innovative approaches to complex problems. |
Tremendous advocate for UMass Boston; instrumental in bringing the university to its present home on Columbia Point in the 1970s.
Fathi Brings More Than 30 Years of R&D Innovation and Industry Experience to VMware Leadership Team. Congratulations Ben!
Former Gawker editor moves on to top role at Whisper.
John F. Hasson '78 is a 41-year veteran of the department.“The Boston Fire Department will be in great hands under the leadership of John Hasson,” says Walsh.
McCormack helps Mayor Marty Walsh transition to leadership; Bridges Project
links Muslim community and law enforcement; alumni networking event; and more.
Mayor Menino '88: A Student of Education; Tackling Environmental Issues on Nantucket; Saving Boston's Hip Hop; Commencement 2013; and more!
Foley was a treasured volunteer and benefactor. Memorial gifts may be directed to the Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Foley Scholarship which supports students in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
The Acoustical Society of America is the premier international scientific society in acoustics devoted to the science of technology of sound.
Veteran receives boost of confidence from Veterans Upward Bound program.
2013 Boston State College celebration honors four alumni who have made a difference in the lives of thousands.
"My education at Boston State was simultaneous to my education as an officer on the streets of Boston," says Bratton.
Alumni Relations and Career Services and Internships collaborate to support alumni in their career development.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley reflects on the former South African president and connections between his exemplary life and the university's mission.
Professor Marc Prou '78 reflects how the university shaped his life, how it has changed, and its twin values of excellence and access.
Teachers College alumna Barbara McDonough '56 shares the joys of reconnecting with classmates and helping future teachers.
Board creates alliances; develops programs to enrich academic life and community engagement
Congratulations to James Moonan '06 the 41st Milken Award recipient for his excellence as a math teacher.
Teachers College graduates recently renewed ties and continued their legacy through their scholarship. Slide show>
Boston State College alumnus is an experienced academic leader with a track record for academic success, enrollment growth, and fundraising.
College of Science and Mathematics receives major gift.
Jennifer Barone, career specialist for the College of Liberal Arts at UMass Boston, recently joined Radio Boston to discuss the topic.
Freshman named Little East Rookie of the Week and more Beacons news.
Displayed in the Campus Center, the model offers an exciting and concrete glimpse of the future.
The College of Liberal Arts alumnus accepts position at Acella Construction.
The College of Management alumnus will oversee athletics at Winchester High School.
The Senior Associate at McGladrey LLP, has been inducted into Worldwide Who’s Who for Excellence in Accounting & Auditing Services.
ESL teacher wants to make a difference at the Green Meadow School in Maynard.
Former Beacons hockey captain giving back as RN.
Marian Court College named Stearn '03 as a professor in the criminal justice department.
Former Beacons volleyball star signs pro contract in Austria.
Tim Callahan '75, and his wife, Mary '80, are featured in New York Times Booming’s “Making It Last” column which profiles baby boomer couples who have been together 25 years or more.
Rebecca Small's studies in ocean science and art have led to a novel art form.
Boston Globe story tells how after 8 years, deal lets him regain his brand.
Family and alumni gathered on July 12, 2013 to dedicate a bench in the professor's memory.
Paola Baez '13 is one of 12 recipients who received a scholarship at the association's June meeting. Read about what they love about UMass Boston and their favorite professors and view photos.
A new $2 million Department of Education grant, the only of this kind given to a New England research university, showcases UMass Boston's commitment to Asian Americans. Peter Kiang has been a leader in this cause.
Your gift will honor the memory of the former UMass Boston student and marathon victim Krystle Campbell and support students in the College of Management.
Associate Professor Duncan Nelson's Video Ode to Alumni
"Of all you Graduates a Praiser . . ." Ode pdf
Three days on the UMass Boston campus connected classmates and celebrated the legacies of numerous teaching careers. An array of events, on land and sea, rekindled the spirit of Huntington Avenue. A class gift will carry on "Education for Service."
Stay in touch with the university and with alumni accomplishments, connections, and more!
"Their [UMass Boston professors] passion towards literature was infectious and I quickly realized literature was my true academic passion."
"Our students are very motivated and goal driven," says Professor of Accounting and Finance Arindam Bandopadhyaya.
Read our Q & A on why else he loves UMass Boston and how the university is helping him achieve his goals and those of his students.
The university invites alumni to consider expanded MA and PhD offerings in exercise and health sciences.
Dan Joyce's career path took him from a Lynn nightclub to one of Boston's oldest financial services firms. Here's how UMass Boston helped the class of '82 alumnus and why it has inspired him to give back.
Good News! The Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
can help you and UMass Boston. At the last moment, Congress passed . . .
Jim and Marie O'Sullivan, both graduates of the class of 1980, turned the loss of a classmate to a positive family tradition.
Successful Entrepreneur Mark Atkins ’71 Returns to Share Business Expertise with Students
He is joining the College of Management as a lecturer in spring 2013.
“The university played such a pivotal role in forming the foundation of my life that it would be like abandoning my family to choose not to be a part of the UMass Boston community,” says Lornie Bullerwell.
"UMass Boston students bring a level of maturity and a broader perspective," says Atkinson, who will be the featured speaker at State Street Connect
on October 25.