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Faculty & Research

Faculty & Research

Our students receive critical guidance from professors who are internationally recognized for their research and teaching expertise. As a top research institution, we offer an optimal environment for students to conduct rigorous, critical research by providing cutting-edge technology and access to leading experts in supporting fields.

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Life in Amherst

Life in Amherst
The Pioneer Valley

The UMass Amherst campus is nestled among a thriving, multicultural community in the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. The area is renowned for its outstanding quality of life, including fascinating arts and culture, adventurous outdoor recreation, farm-to-table eateries, and a unique entrepreneurial spirit. Amherst is within easy access to some of the country's most exciting cities, including Boston and New York.

Global Thinking & Dining

Amherst may have small-town charm, but the residents—and the dining—are certainly worldly. The town beckons folks from around the globe. Over 43% of adults who live in Amherst hold graduate degrees, making for an intellectually rich experience. Another rich experience—dinner. The sidewalks of Amherst are lined with limitless options for grabbing sushi or lingering over a four-course French feast.

World-Class Arts & Entertainment

Amherst attracts a citizenry who demand nothing less than topnotch arts and entertainment. Catch outstanding performances at venues like the Calvin Theater, the UMass Fine Arts Center and Jacobs Pillow in the Berkshires. Scope out revered works at the Emily Dickenson Museum, the Michelson Gallery and Mass MoCA. Stay local for the weekend, or make a quick trip to see the sights of New York City or Boston.