Two PHD Students Named to Fulbright US Student Program
Two UMass Boston PhD students have been selected to receive awards through the Department of State’s prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The highly competitive scholarship opportunity provides funding for American students to conduct research or teach English in more than 140 countries overs
Think College Launches Public Awareness Campaign to Expand College Access for Students with Intellectual Disability
Think College, a center at UMass Boston dedicated to expanding college options for students with intellectual disability, announced today the launch of its public awareness campaign, Think Higher. Think College.
U.S. News: UMass Boston’s Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best in 2023
UMass Boston’s graduate programs in education, nursing, rehabilitation counseling and public affairs are ranked as top 100 programs on U.S. News & World Report’s 2023-24 Best Graduate Schools list, released this week.
Department of Counseling and School Psychology Awarded $5.7M by Department of Education
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded faculty from UMass Boston’s Department of Counseling and School Psychology a five-year $5.7 million award to increase representation and diversity among mental health clinicians working in Brockton, Lawrence, and Quincy public schools.
Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Student Works to Make the “Invisible Epidemic” of Partner-Inflicted Head Injury (PI HI) Visible by Bringing Research to Practice
The Invisible Head Injury Epidemic
Counseling and School Psychology Doctoral Student Recognized for Work on Mental Health Policy and Restorative Justice in Schools
"I’m from the city that never sleeps. I got a world to change."
Institute for Community Inclusion Fights Subminimum Wage
The Institute for Community Inclusion at UMass Boston is working with more than 26 state public vocational rehabilitation (VR) and state developmental disability agencies to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
UMass Boston Sports Leadership and Administration Program Hosts First-Ever International Women and Girls in Sports Week
The New Balance Sport Leadership and Administration program at UMass Boston hosted its first-ever International Women and Girls in Sports Week with a series of learning activities for students that feature some of the field’s most accomplished and influential women.
COSMIC’s Dr. Tejaswini Dalvi Brings Teacher-Collaborators and Community Partners Together for Sense-Making Science and Engineering
The Center of Science and Math in Context’s (COSMIC) Dr. Tejaswini Dalvi celebrates humanity in engineering and science
UMass Boston’s Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation Awarded $2M to Develop Early Education Workforce in Boston
Boston, MA, November 21, 2022―The Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation at UMass Boston (the Early Ed Leadership Institute) announces today that it has been awarded $2 million by the City of Boston to increase the number of credentialed early childhood educators working in the city