COVID-19 has changed classroom life for professors and students, but McCormack staff have also adjusted to a new normal. Here, staff from different departments reflect on how they’ve adapted to a virtual world.
As preparations for the fall semester begin in earnest, faculty in all departments of the McCormack Graduate School are making important decisions on how to formally adapt their curriculums for virtual learning.
What has student life looked like during the global COVID-19 pandemic? In the face of these challenges, McCormack students are adapting with the times.
Global governance and human security doctoral graduate Timothy Adivilah Balag'kutu and public policy doctoral graduate Rose Nyaondo were awarded for their thesis projects that explores issues facing the African continent.
Ellen Birchander is the recipient of this year’s Graduate Program Director Award for Outstanding Student Mentorship.
As we reach the end of a truly unforgettable school year, we recognize students who have gone above and beyond to showcase commitment to their studies.
In a virtual world, communication can lead to confusion and conflict. My friend’s text message felt chilly – is she upset with me? How can I respond productively to an email that made me angry? I have a problem, should I video-chat my professor?
“Older People are Part of the Solution”: A Conversation with Beth Dugan on COVID-19 in Aging Populations
Beth Dugan, an Associate Professor in the Department of Gerontology who focuses on healthy aging, has been a go-to resource for the Commonwealth and the media in responding to the COVID crisis.
Students in the McCormack Graduate School are finding COVID-19 impacting their personal and professional lives as well as their research.
As it celebrates Women's History Month and women's suffrage, McCormack Graduate School's Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy continues to support women in the public arena, including elective office.