A group of 30 UMass students is getting back to nature through their membership on the only collegiate fly fishing club in the area.
New college and data science center have one UMass administrator hoping to turn the Pioneer Valley into the next Silicon Valley.
The department hopes to fundraise $64 million to aid in modernizing the entire campus network.
HackUMass saw an estimated 500 people attend the hacking marathon Saturday and Sunday.
The 2012 gang rape incident currently moving through the courts pushed UMass to implement more physical security renovations than policy changes.
Senior mechanical engineering students built rocket for NASA Student Launch challenge in Huntsville, Alabama.
MakerBot Innovation Center on third floor of Du Bois is the first of its kind and promises to have wide ranging use for students and faculty.
The Office of Emergency Management held an active shooter training in Franklin Dining Commons as part of emergency response training Thursday.
Professor Margaret Riley partners with Chinese scientist to work on a new drug that could target different types of diseases.
The $52 million Design Building will eliminate some Lot 62 parking spots
UMass students volunteer with Engine Company 3 to support campus operations.
Elaine Scarry, a professor of English and American literature at Harvard University, discussed violations of humanitarianism and democracy in nuclear proliferation.
The $7 increase to the semesterly health fee would aid in the hiring of new staff for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health.
National Institute of Health awards five-year grant to UMass chemical engineer
UMass alum and Twitter executive Wayne Chang shared entrepreneurial tips Sunday at the Integrative Learning Center.
UMass hosts TechTalks to encourage young women to pursue careers in technology.
The initiative is promoting alternative recycling of food wrappers, which is becoming more prominent in University cafés.
Representatives from the UMass Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign were granted three minutes to speak at Wednesday’s meeting, but were disappointed with lack of access for students.
UMass looks for alternatives to small water system treatments with $4.1 million grant