The Gerald F. Berlin Prize is awarded for creative writing, prose or poetry, authored by UMass medical students, nursing students, graduate students, residents, and fellows based at UMass Medical School, Berkshire Medical Center, Worcester Medical Center/St. Vincent's or Baystate Medical Center.
The dates and times for the November Ask an Expert Drop-in Sessions will be Thursday, November 16th and Thursday, November 30th from 12:30pm to 2pm in the library classroom.
Lamar Soutter Library’s Artist in Residence Series presents “What the Eye Sees and the Heart Feels”, a photography exhibit by Andrea Pastick. Exhibiting November 1 – December 31, 2017.
“Assistive Technology: High-and Low-Tech Approaches to Accessibility”, an exhibit by Miriam Madsen, MEng
Ever wanted to learn about how people with a variety of disabilities navigate the world? This year marks Miriam’s fourth year recognizing National Disability Awareness Month with an exhibit on technologies that help enhance and change the lives of persons with disabilities.The exhibit includes educational posters, tactile maps and money markers, and computer software products including sign language training videos and a web browser for children with autism.
Starting September 14th, The Quantitative Methods Core will be joining representatives from IACUC, IRB, Library, Capstone, Center for Clinical and Translational Science, and Sponsored Programs for Ask an Expert Drop-in sessions in the library.
Dayne Laskey, PharmD, DABAT, from the University of Saint Joseph School of Pharmacy will be presenting “The Medicine Garden: Bioactive plants of the past, present, and future” on Tuesday, August 22, noon-1pm, in Amphitheater I (S2-102).
The Lamar Soutter Library presents “Medicinal Flora of Massachusetts” curated by Tess Grynoch, exhibiting August 1 – September 30, 2017.
Join us for the Gerald F. Berlin Prize for Creative Writing Award Ceremony and Readings on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 12:00 – 1:30, in Amphitheater III (S6-102). Bring your own lunch, desserts will be provided.
"Discovering Architecture: A Visual Exploration of Our Built Environment" Photography by Ryan Hacker
The Artist in Residence Series Presents “Discovering Architecture: A Visual Exploration of Our Built Environment” by Ryan Hacker, Exhibiting March 31 - July 28, 2017.
The Gerald F. Berlin Prize is awarded for creative writing, prose or poetry, written by UMass medical students, nursing students, graduate students, residents, and fellows based at UMass Medical School, Berkshire Medical Center or Worcester Medical Center/St. Vincent's. Submission deadline: March 31, 2017.