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Higher Education In The 1960'S: The Origins Of The University Of Massachusetts Boston, Diane D'Arrigo
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On June 18, 1964, Governor Endicott Peabody signed the bill to create the University of Massachusetts at Boston. Just fifteen months later, in the fall of 1965, the University of Massachusetts Boston opened its doors for its first class of students. Joining the more than 1200 students were 75 faculty and 10 staff people. They were pioneers in creating an institution which held enormous hope and promise of serving its urban community at a time of major change in higher education, specifically and in society, generally.
Today, the University of Massachusetts Boston is one of five campuses that make up ...