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UMass Main News Office

  • Subbaswamy, Kumble
    Issues facing higher education and public colleges and universities, International cooperation in higher education, Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and the globalization of education, optical phys …
  • Dube, Arindrajit
    Low-wage labor markets and the minimum wage, Fiscal policy and local multipliers, Health care reform and employer mandates, Political economy of conflict, Immigration and occupational change, Impact o …
  • Lundquist, Jennifer
    Social stratification, Race and ethnicity, Gender, Family, Health disparities, MilitaryLundquist has conducted extensive research on various aspects of relationships, marriage and divorce, including t …
  • Schaffner, Brian
    Massachusetts and national political races, Public opinion pollingSchaffner is director of the UMass Poll, which is committed to studying public opinion in Massachusetts and the United States to infor …
  • Feldman, Robert
    The psychology of lying, The factors that promote academic success in college studentsFeldman is one of America’s preeminent experts on lying, including self-presentation in adults and children, nonve …

College of Natural Sciences

UMass Advising Blog

  • Isenberg School of Management Application Deadline: Thursday, May 1
    If you're planning on applying to the Isenberg School of Management, time is running out. Applications are due by Thursday, May 1 at 5:00pm.If you have questions about the process, make an appoin …
  • Weekly Preivew: April 28 – May 2
    Congratulations!  You've made it to the end of the semester!  The last day of classes is Wednesday, April 30 and finals start on Friday, May 2.There will be an R1 Exemption Test at 7:00pm on Mond …
  • Paul's Tip of the Week: Working on your Perfect Fall 2014 Schedule
    While the semester is wrapping up and many of us have enrolled in classes for the Fall, some of us might not have our ideal schedules. Maybe you didn't get into that gen. ed. course you really wa …
  • Weekly Preview: April 21 – April 25
    Monday, April 21 is Patriot's Day. No classes are held and most university offices are closed.Wednesday, April 23 will follow a Monday class schedule.There will be a Writing Placement & Exemp …
  • Study Tips
    Flowers are blooming, the sun is coming out, and finally we are saying goodbye to winter. Campus is full of students outside all the time now– whether playing frisbee, lounging on the grass, or eatin …

Building and Construction Technology Program

Updated: September 12, 2013