Reflecting its historic mission of creating and disseminating knowledge, the University of Massachusetts hosted six online forums where UMass research scientists discussed major innovations with representatives from business, industry, government and academia.
From vaccination clinics and clinical trials to a new volunteer recruitment web portal, UMass is targeting its teaching, research and community engagement efforts to accelerate vaccinations statewide
Inauguration Day has always represented new beginnings and new possibilities for our still relatively young nation.
On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, let us all stop and reflect on the personal and collective responsibility that we have to honor Dr. King’s legacy and his enduring fight for justice for all people.
While our public health leaders know what must be done, their critical work could be supported by a national COVID-19 Vaccine Corps, a volunteer pool to help support the logistics of administering hundreds of millions of vaccine doses.
Now that one of the most difficult of elections is behind us, my fervent hope is that our nation will come together to resolve the problems that confront us and create a better future we all desire. Studying our nation during its early days, the French political...
In this very dark year of pandemic, extreme social, economic and racial distress, and poisonous politics, I see rays of dawn as a result of many millions of Americans casting ballots well in advance of our November 3 Election Day.
President, University of Massachusetts
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