Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick attended today’s UMass Amherst men’s basketball season opener against Harvard at the Mullins Center.
Early polling analysis from Tuesday’s election indicates that young voters turned out in numbers nearly equal to the high levels in 2008, and a solid majority of young people voted for President Ob
Bail hearings are moving forward for four Pittsfield, Massachusetts teenagers accused of raping a UMass Amherst student last month and originally held on $10,000 bail.
UMass Amherst officially inked a contract extension with men’s basketball coach Derek Kellogg this week. The contract, including incentive pay, could be worth up to $800,000 a year.
UMass President Robert Caret is on a 500-mile bus tour across the Bay state. It includes visits to alumni start-ups, UMass-affiliated research centers and business incubators.
Higher education officials from throughout the country announced an initiative today (Tuesday) to increase the number of college graduates by 3.8 million in the next 13 years.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has received a $300,000 grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center.
It’s not just elementary and high school students who face an ever-changing array of testing methods. Teachers do too – particularly when they are seeking their first job.
A UMass communication disorders professor wants to help stroke victims regain language — even if their health benefits run out.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst Chancellor Search Committee, which has been conducting a comprehensive national search for more than five months, selected the following educators as finalis
The UMass Permaculture Initiative has won the White House’s “Campus Champions of Change Challenge” out of a contestant pool of 1400.
A permaculture garden project on the UMASS Amherst campus has caught the White House's attention.
Looming cuts in Federal government spending could reverse Massachusetts' economic recovery.
University of Massachusetts President Robert Caret told the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce today he promises to help grow and recruit innovative companies in that city and throughout the Pioneer Valley region.
A University of Massachusetts trustee has resigned in protest of proposed changes that would give UMASS school president Jack Wilson a greater role in running the Amherst campus — at the same time overseeing the entire university. WFCR’s Jill Kaufman has this report.