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New assistant vice chancellor for city and community relations is a ‘human bridge’

New assistant vice chancellor for city and community relations is a ‘human bridge’

Ché Anderson joins the Office of Government and Community Relations from the City of Worcester, where he most recently served as deputy cultural development officer. 

2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service awardees will address local health needs

2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service awardees will address local health needs

The 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service Award student projects address health disparities, including some worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Construction of new building prompts parking changes beginning Feb. 8

Construction of new building prompts parking changes beginning Feb. 8

Nearly 1,200 people who park on the UMass Medical School campus in Worcester will have their parking assignments changed on Feb. 8, as construction continues on the new education and research building.

Brig. Gen. Sean Collins, PhD’09, appointed to Board of Trustees for Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke

Brig. Gen. Sean Collins, PhD’09, appointed to Board of Trustees for Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke

Graduate School of Nursing alum and assistant professor of nursing Sean Collins, PhD’09, has been named a member of the Board of Trustees for the Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke.

UMass Medical School students ready to serve on COVID-19 vaccination front lines

UMass Medical School students ready to serve on COVID-19 vaccination front lines

Graduate School of Nursing students taught more than 150 School of Medicine students to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to Worcester-area residents. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences students will help track participants.

UMass Medical School students to administer COVID-19 vaccinations for Worcester area

UMass Medical School students to administer COVID-19 vaccinations for  Worcester area

UMass Medical School students are joining the “army of vaccinators” that Worcester Division of Public Health Medical Director Michael Hirsh, MD, has called upon to get the COVID-19 vaccines to as many in the community as possible.

Chancellor Collins and President Meehan call for COVID-19 Vaccine Corps in Boston Globe op-ed

Chancellor Collins and President Meehan call for COVID-19 Vaccine Corps in Boston Globe op-ed

UMass Medical School Chancellor Michael F. Collins and UMass President Marty Meehan are calling for the creation of a national COVID-19 Vaccine Corps, in a Boston Globe op/ed published Friday, Jan. 1.