Passport UMass

Global Reach. Global Impact

Share |

Please forward to any and all internal and external audiences


student contest

Passport UMass is an electronic newsletter issued in collaboration with the International Relations Advisory Council. Its purpose is to highlight and publicize the great international accomplishments and initiatives of faculty, staff and students on all five campuses.
Jump to

Faculty Highlights

Gateway Events
Student Embassy
Quick Links
Global Reach. Global Impact.
International Relations Advisory Council
Past Issues
Join Our Mailing List



South Africa's political landscape, as visual poetry

INTERSECTIONS INTERSECTED: The Photography of David Goldblatt

At: University Museum of Contemporary Art, Fine Arts Center,

University of Massachusetts at Amherst, through May 1. 413-545-3670,


UMass Lowell

Timely Egyptian Art

Exhibit Opens


UMass Amherst

Latin Summer

Program to be held at

UMass Amherst

July 11-22


International Bulletins

UMass Amherst

Korean academics tour campus


China Institute


Visit Website


UMass: UMass President Jack M. Wilson encouragesthe University of Massachusetts community tosupport Japan initscrisis.


UMass: A world of praise: UMass ranks 19th in global reputation surveyby

The Times of London.


UMass: President-elect Caret joins Governor Patrick on Innovation Economy Mission to Israel, United Kingdom


President-electRobert L.Caret praises UMass Lowell's agreement with Israel's Shenkar College to investigate advanced materials.


UMass, U.K. stem cell banks sign agreement Collaboration to advance groundbreaking scientific research in U.S. and U.K.


UMass Dartmouth: Center for Sustainability Studies, Charlton College of Business cited: Triple Pundit Magazine - January 2011 "University Sustainability Report 2010'


UMass Lowell: Experts Discuss Egypt's Future Link

UMass Worcester: Medical School team rebuilding health care in Liberia
Multidisciplinary experts lead initiatives in medical training, nursing leadership and library services Link

UMass Worcester: Disability Evaluation Services staff aid African immigrants in need Linkto video


UMass Amherst: Haas keynotes Universcience Conference in Paris Link

UMass Amherst: Galman invited to Germany to address women and work research


UMass Amherst: Tracy gives paper at literary conference in China Link

UMass Amherst: Servaes lectures in Hong Kong, China and Thailand Link

UMass Boston:Professors Teach the Egyptian Uprisings in Real Time


UMassDartmouth: UMass Dartmouth Professors Map the Global Digital Divide Link

UMass Lowell: College of Management Prof Spends Week in Disaster Zone Link

UMass Lowell: With Solar Power, Professor Helps Peruvians Live Better


UMass Worcester -

An article about the international outreach efforts of the Westborough Rotary Club highlights a recent teaching trip to the Dominican Republic by a group of UMass Medical School faculty and mentions Richard V. Aghababian, MD, professor of emergency medicine, and Jorge L. Yarzebski, MD, MPH, research associate professor of medicine.

Rotarians from Shrewsbury teach medical skills <Link>

To learn more about UMass faculty activities (research, teaching and service) please visit our online database.

Back to top


UMass Boston: The UMASS Boston Model UN student organization hosted the Soka University students. Link

UMass Lowell: Father/Daughter Team Improves Life for Peruvian Villagers


UMassLowell: Students Teach Assistive Technology in India


UMass Lowell: Experience Builds Confidence in Nursing


UMass Lowell: Students Study Entrepreneurship in Ankara Link

Back to top

International Relations Advisory Council

Chair, Dr. Marcellette Williams, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Student Affairs and International Relations, University of Massachusetts
  • Dr. Jack Ahern, Vice Provost for International Programs, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Dr. Donal Carbaugh, Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Dr. Winston Langley, Provost, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Dr. Eunsook Hyun, Associate Provost and Director of the Office of International and Transnational Affairs, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Dr. Richard Panofsky, Assistant Chancellor University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Dr. Michael Baum, Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Dr.Mary Robbins,Special Assistant to the Provost for Academic Initiatives , University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Dr. Krishna Vedula, Special Assistant for International Partnerships and Dean Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Dr. Mick Godkin, Director International Medical Education Program, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Dr. Katherine Luzuriaga, Associate Provost of Global Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Susan Kelly, Assistant Vice President for International Relations, University of Massachusetts

Please visit our website for more information on International Relations at the University of Massachusetts.

Email feedback and suggestions to:

2007 University of Massachusetts. This newsletter is written and distributed by the International Relations Advisory Council, part of the University of Massachusetts.