Company Overview of University of Massachusetts, Amherst
University of Massachusetts, Amherst is an educational institution.
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Amherst, MA 01003
Key Executives for University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Police Chief of Operations and Interim Director of Public Safety
Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Director of Public and Constituent Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst Key Developments
University of Massachusetts Press Names Mary Dougherty as Director, Effective July 21, 2014
Jul 8 14
Mary V. Dougherty, publisher for history at Bedford/St. Martin's, has been named the director of the University of Massachusetts Press. She will assume her new duties on July 21. As publisher for history since 2006, Dougherty devised and implemented a long-range plan for the growth of the Bedford history list, which increased revenue from $8 million to $18.5 million.
University of Massachusetts - Amherst Announces Executive Changes
Jun 17 14
University of Massachusetts - Amherst announced that Gabriela C. Weaver of Purdue University has been named associate provost for faculty development and director of the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development. Weaver is currently the Jerry and Rosie Semler Director of the Discovery Learning Research (DLRC) and professor of chemistry and science education at Purdue University. Weaver's accomplishments at Purdue include leading the design of professional development workshops and assessment activities for Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation (IMPACT), an initiative to provide support, faculty development and infrastructure for changing teaching at Purdue to be more student-centered and research-based. She also envisioned and organized the first Transforming Education conference, an international meeting on the subject of transforming STEM undergraduate education by applying research-based findings to actual classroom practice. Prior to Weaver's appointment to lead the DLRC, she served as the associate head of the department of chemistry at Purdue. She was also a member of the faculty at the University of Colorado, Denver, and received her doctorate in chemical physics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Weaver will begin her new duties on September 1, 2014. She succeeds Sorcinelli, the founding director of the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development, who will retire on August 31, 2014 after 25 years of service.
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Announces Four-Year, $6 Million Grant to Form a New University of Massachusetts Amherst Energy Extension Initiative
May 1 14
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) announced a four-year, $6 million grant to form a new University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass Amherst) Energy Extension Initiative. It will serve as a resource on renewable and clean energy options for cities and towns, industry, hospitals, colleges and universities, nonprofits and other organizations across the Commonwealth. The initiative will help municipalities as well as organizations across the Commonwealth cut their energy use, create jobs and protect the environment. The UMass Amherst Energy Extension Initiative will promote adoption of renewable energy technology and energy efficiency activities across the state. Approximately $2 million of the grant, funded by the Department of Energy Resources (DOER), will go to expand services at the U.S. Department of Energy Northeast Clean Energy Application Center, while $4 million will go to develop an energy outreach and extension-type program that draws on the expertise of UMass Amherst. The campus's existing Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (CEERE) will administratively host the new initiative. After four years of support, the initiative is expected to be self-sustaining through user fees, partnering on patentable intellectual property opportunities and other avenues. UMass Amherst is expected to hire two new extension professors and some additional engineering support staff for the program. Specifically, the new initiative will mobilize information on the latest technologies, provide demonstration and community-scale testbed projects to identify and lower the financial, social, technical and political barriers to wider deployment and use of renewable energy, energy efficiency, renewable thermal energy, and combined heat and power practices in Massachusetts.
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