UMass Boston hosted the City of Boston’s Ninth Annual Veterans Welcome Home Breakfast on Thursday, March 21 for servicemembers returning home. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, several Boston officials, and area veterans — including UMass Boston students and alumni — attended the breakfast.
The University of Massachusetts Boston has received Victory Media Inc.’s 2019-2020 Military Friendly® Schools Designation. This is the sixth time that UMass Boston has been named to the list.
Coolest night on campus, honors veterans, women in public service
At a luncheon earlier this month, Interim Chancellor Katherine Newman hosted 20 plus UMass Boston veterans.
“Courage is not the absence of fear, but the ability to act in spite of it,” Medal of Honor recipient Ryan Pitts reminded his fellow veterans and their guests during his keynote address at UMass Boston’s annual Celebration of Service event aboard the Spirit of Boston cruise ship.
The University of Massachusetts Boston has once again been named to Victory Media Inc.’s Military Friendly Schools® list. This is the fifth time that UMass Boston has been named to the list.
Interim Chancellor Barry Mills has announced $200,000 in new scholarships for veterans who attend the University of Massachusetts Boston.
The School for the Environment graduate is planning a career helping others cope with natural disasters and the impact of climate change.
The University of Massachusetts Boston is one of the silver award recipients on Victory Media Inc.’s 2017 Military Friendly School® list. This is the fourth consecutive year UMass Boston has made the list.
The University of Massachusetts Boston, home to nearly 600 student veterans, has been named to Victory Media Inc.’s Military Friendly School® list for the third straight year.