In his day job, Police Chief Donald Baynard keeps the UMass Boston community safe. In his downtime, he’s working towards a Master of Public Administration degree at the UMass McCormack Graduate School.
The McCormack Graduate School’s commitment to an equitable world brought together members of the Cameroonian Diaspora in a two-day conference, “Cameroon: Change & Challenges”, hosted by the Moakley Chair for Peace & Reconciliation and the Center for Peace, Democracy and Development.
Through the Fulbright Program, nine scholars from the Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance are advancing their research while improving intercultural relations and diplomacy between the United States and other countries around the world.
The organization partnered with the McCormack Graduate School’s Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance to host the healing circle as part of the department’s monthly colloquium series.
Participate for Peace: Fulbright Hays Doctoral Dissertation for Research Abroad Fellowship brings McCormack PhD Student to Central America
UMass McCormack Graduate School Public Policy PhD student Marcia Mundt spent two years in the Central American countries of El Salvador and Guatemala to study the effectiveness of PDD when applied in post-conflict contexts.
The Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy’s (CWPPP’s) four Distinguished Public Service Fellows explored the importance of community in their lives and in politics at a fireside chat on October 29, 2019.
Not every political leader can quote Ralph Waldo Emerson and Mick Jagger in the same answer, but Massachusetts has one – Congressman Richard Neal -- and he came by UMass Boston on Nov. 7 as part of the McCormack Graduate School’s “Your Congress” series.
The eight candidates for Boston’s four city councilor at-large seats squared off on Tuesday, October 22 around pressing issues including transportation, housing and development, addiction, and education.
UMass Boston Professor Awarded Best Journal Article by American Political Science Association and New England Council of Latin American Studies
Professor Pugh of McCormack Graduate School, was honored by the Migration and Citizenship Section of the American Political Science Association and received Joseph T. Criscenti Best Article by NECLAS
The students, alumni, and faculty members of the McCormack Graduate School collaborated on how to grow the Human Security and Global Governance PhD