A presentation designed to raise awareness about the carbon impact that sports organizations are leaving will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 4 in the Isenberg School of Management at 7:30 p.m.
Kunc’s speech on recognizing people with disabilities as part of our diverse culture will be held Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Gamble Auditorium at Mount Holyoke College.
Lynn Pasquerella, the current provost at the University of Hartford was named the 18th president of Mount Holyoke College at a specially convened Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 31.
Noveck’s presentation was titled “Open Government- Transparency, Participation, and Collaboration,” and during her 40-minute lecture, Noveck expanded on the progress of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which is represented on the Open Government Website found at www.whitehouse.gov/open.
The superstars of Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling will invade the University of Massachusetts campus on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. TNA Live! will take place at the Mullins Center, featuring many of the top stars of the hit Spike TV show, “TNA Wrestling iMPACT!” which airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m.
Professor Dimitrios Maroudas of the University of Massachusetts Chemical Engineering department thinks that briefcase-sized hydrogen car batteries could be on the horizon, thanks to new research attempting to advance hydrogen’s effectiveness as a ‘green’ energy source.
On Oct. 29, female high school students explored their potential interests in the University of Massachusetts engineering program, along with the field and future of engineering itself, during UMass’ annual Women in Engineering Career Day Conference.
A complaint alleging misuse of student funds by the the Student Government Association introduced by SGA Senator Derek Khanna passed 11-10 with 10 abstentions Wednesday.
University of California at San Diego Chancellor Marye Anne Fox spoke Wednesday in the Integrated Sciences Building on the future of public higher education. Beginning her lecture just after noon., she discussed how the current financial crisis facing America has affected the state of public higher education, particularly research universities.
The Amherst Police Department has won an Award of Excellence in the silver category for municipal departments participating in the annual Massachusetts Law Enforcement Challenge. The award recognizes departments for their efforts to reduce motor vehicle related fatalities, injuries and economic loss in communities by combining traffic enforcement with public education and information.
The Teach for America information session will feature guest speaker Leigh Bonner, a 2006 corps member, who will answer prospective students' questions about the program.
Neal Abraham, executive director of the Five Colleges, Inc. breaks down plans to develop new programs
Abraham is working with others in the Five College Inc., to create inexpense programs to further student opportunities within the Five Colleges.
Showtime Networks hosts a page on Facebook entitled “Students for Showtime: Hook Us Up.” The page hosts a petition students can sign to send a message to their university about getting the network on the cable access.
UMass volunteer program “Dinner on Us” serves as host to student parents and Amherst residents offering free dinners, as well as educational workshops structured for both the children and their parents.
Where were you last night? If you weren’t at the Mullins Center, you missed a show your friends will be talking about for years and years to come after Jay-Z had fans on their feet in the packed stadium.
On Saturday, Oct. 24, members of the Amherst community rallied on the Amherst common, as part of an international attempt to send a message to members of the United Nations, calling for serious efforts to reduce global warming.
The annual University of Massachusetts Majors Fair will take place Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Auditorium.
Chancellor Holub has proposed increasing out-of-state recruitment of prospective students to campus in the hopes their higher tuition rates will help alleviate decreased revenue.
Amherst Books hosts event in which literary artists Rachel Glaser, Noy Holland and Sam Michel read some of their personal works to celebrate the launch of Tyrant Books.
UMass alumni give advice to law school hopefuls about finding success as lawyers and address the issue that there is no public law school within Mass.