The goal of this two series workshop is to assist in creating an environment for both deaf and hearing individuals that encourages communications.
Will all this construction really be done in 2018? Find out the answer to this and other questions at this briefing.
Take a break from your busy week to explore meditation practice in the Zen tradition.
Learn about opportunities with the Boston Police Department.
In Alessandra Di Maio's poetry anthology renowned Italian and Nigerian poets tell the choral story of how Africa and Italy have always been united by a common sea and a shared experience of migration.
Deirdre Oakley presents study findings on how the low-income private rental housing market in high poverty, highly segregated neighborhoods affect/shape the lives of families with children.
Join the supply chain professionals in this meeting to socialize, network, and learn what organizations seek in supply chain hiring.
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, will discuss the PBS documentary Birth of a Movement, which revisits The Birth of a Nation.
UMass Boston is participating in a panel discussion on how the federal government's approach to clean energy and environmental policy will impact Massachusetts clean energy economy.
Professor Wil Burns is the guest for this week's School for the Environment Seminar. He is a Center for International Governance Innovation senior fellow with the International Law Research Program.