Umass Extension

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Umass Extension is listed in the Youth Organizations category in Waltham, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Umass Extension which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Umass Extension on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Umass Extension is:
240 Beaver St
Waltham, MA 02452
(781) 891-0650
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What makes our students #UMassProud? Diversity, sustainability, top rankings and more. See what else in a new video†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

What's happening at UMass Amherst this week? Black Heritage Month continues with today's 4:30 pm screening of 'Africa's Great Civilizations', a new PBS series hosted by Henry Louis Gates. Wednesday is the annual Du Bois Lecture, this year titled, ''Exploring Race, Gender, and Slavery through Art'. Thursday, civil rights leader Benjamin Jealous, a former president of the NAACP, comes to campus for a talk on ''The Forgotten Origins and Consequences of Race in America'. Go to http://www.umass.edu/events/calendar/2017-W08 to see everything on the schedule for this week and be sure to follow @EvensUMass on Twitter for daily updates.


RT @KSubbaswamy: Exciting opportunity to support #UMassAmherst entrepreneurship & the commercialization of technology developed here! https…

What makes UMass Amherst students UMass Proud? UMass Amherst’s commitment to sustainability, opportunities to study abroad, a diverse campus community, top-ranked academics and the best campus food, to name a few. Follow UMass Amherst here on Facebook and on Twitter for ten days, starting tomorrow, February 22, to see more about what makes our students #UMassProud.


RT @UMassFootball: Season ticket renewals and new sales are underway! You can reach a personal ticket rep at 1-866-UMASS-TIX. #UniteTheMass…


UMass Amherst first-years & seniors: check your email & win prizes by completing Nat'l Survey on Student Engagement†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Today is Presidents' Day, a federal holiday in the United States officially known as Washington's Birthday. It honors the birth on Feb. 22, 1732 of the first president of the United States. In Massachusetts, and many other states, the day honors all U.S. Presidents. Classes are not held today and most university offices are closed. You may know that five halls in the Southwest Residential Area at UMass Amherst are named after U.S. presidents.


Today is Presidents' Day. There are no classes at UMass Amherst and most university offices are closed. Tomorrow remains a Tuesday schedule.

Congratulations to Robert Lynch '71, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts and one of the nation’s leading arts advocates, who yesterday was given the JFK Commonwealth Award at the 2017 Commonwealth Awards at the Massachusetts State House in Boston. "Very few Americans can speak as authentically, knowledgeably, and passionately about the myriad public benefits of the arts and culture as Bob Lynch," said Anita Walker, executive director of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, in presenting the award. Learn more at http://www.massculturalcouncil.org/news/2017_JFK_Commonwealth_Award.asp
Robert Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts, is the first recipient of the JFK Commonwealth Award, the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation announced today

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While a student in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences UMass Amherst , Mark Wilding '79 wrote a weekly column for the Daily Collegian that launched his career as a TV writer. His work includes landmark dramas like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, where he is now executive producer and head writer. Check out http://profiles.umass.edu/ to see the entire collection of UMass Profiles videos.
While a student in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences UMass Amherst , Mark Wilding '79 wrote a weekly column for the Daily Collegian that launched his career as a TV writer. His work includes landmark dramas like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, where he is now executive producer and head writer. Watch for more UMass Profiles here on Facebook and at twitter.com/umassamherst , and check out http://profiles.umass.edu/ to see the entire collection of UMass Profiles videos.