UMass Law welcomes two distinguished judges this March
Superior Court Judge Rafi Yessayan and former U.S. Federal Justice Ted Harrington to speak with law faculty and students this coming month
Online engineering design programs earn Top 50 national ranking
Online offerings earn high marks in ‘ValueColleges’ ranking of User Experience Design Programs
Bethany Berube's field placement with a civil law firm provided experience with state & federal court systems
Her "externship" was an opportunity to observe the application of ethical rules in a lawyer's daily work.
Mathematicians under the sea: Studying echolocation skills of dolphins could unlock advances in sonar technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor John R. Buck and students collaborate with Saint Mary’s College (Notre Dame) and University of Hawaii researchers to better understand ‘sonar secret’ of bottlenose dolphins
Q&A on presidential politics post Iowa and New Hampshire
Associate Professor of Political Science Doug Roscoe discusses Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary aftermath.
Q&A on the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia
UMass Law professors Richard Peltz-Steele and Dwight Duncan offer their reaction to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Faculty reaction to passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Law and Political Science faculty offer their reaction to the passing of Justice Scalia
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Sophomore nursing students to earn rite of passage at White Coat Ceremony
White Coat Ceremony underpins idea that compassionate care is the hallmark of clinical practice
Q&A on the discovery of gravitational waves
Physics professors Robert Fisher and Gaurav Khanna offer their reaction to this discovery being heralded as opening a new window to our universe.