The Sustainable Solutions Lab has launched a new Seed Grant Program for research projects focused on issues of climate change and social equity. Proposals are due March 30. The deadline for proposals for the Labor Resource Center's seed grants is February 4.
Pacey Foster, Associate Professor of Management reflects on the 40th Anniversary of Rock Against Racism.
The company will tackle climate change and e-waste with new renewable pledges.
Bringing Together Students, Faculty, and Business
The Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund is the second-largest scholarship endowment at UMass Boston. The success of the fund is thanks in part to the annual Run for Krystle teams, who run the Boston Marathon to raise money for the fund, and UMass Boston alumnus Richard Campbell ’70, H ’14.
Longtime UMass Boston Chancellor Sherry H. Penney was remembered Monday as a pioneer, a leader, and a collaborator. Penney and her husband Jim Livingston passed away in May when which had a keyless ignition system, was accidentally left running in the garage.
Associate Professor of Management Nardia Haigh says scenario planning has been around since the 1600s, “yet it remains a cutting-edge approach (and) is a very transferable way to try to prepare for the future.”
Our Master of Science in Finance and Master of Science in Business Analytics are among the best in the world.
Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance Zaur Rzakhanov wrote in a paper recently published in the Journal of Economics and Business that investors should be wary of piling into popular hedge fund strategies.
Professor Atreya Chakraborty, and Senior Associate Dean James L. Grant’s Research Published in the Journal of Investing
College of Management professors research titled: "Seeking Alpha from Share Repurchases" was published in the Journal of Investing.