Graduate Program Administrator Impacts McCormack’s Public Policy and Public Affairs Education Mission
The McCormack School’s ability to deliver and be recognized for its high quality education begins with professional staff responsible for outreach and recruitment.
Samiya Khalid, a doctoral student in the Public Policy program, completed her one-year fellowship with Mayor Wu’s office in August, completing a chapter of her career that she described as “important for my professional growth.”
A core foundation of the John W. McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies’ vision for its students involves providing them with real-world opportunities to become immersed in the realm of public policy. Its partnership with the Civic Action Project (CAP) provides four McCormack students ...
Tim Cronin, a Master’s in Public Administration program student who works on Climate Policy, has been awarded this year’s Carol Torto Memorial Scholarship. The award was established by students in the MPA program.
Professor Heather MacIndoe’s Independent Sector Grant Award: Recognizing McCormack’s Role in Nonprofit Public Administration
Associate Professor Heather MacIndoe of the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs was awarded a $65,000 grant for her involvement in a national study of nonprofit organizations commissioned by the Independent Sector, a national membership organization based in Washington, D.C. that provides
On May 19, Senator Lydia Edwards addressed the 2022 graduates of the Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy (GLPP) program. Sen. Edwards structured her speech as a series of lessons she has learned throughout her career, supplemented by personal and professional stories...
CWPPP strongly denounces the atavistic and outrageous SCOTUS decision that guts women’s essential rights to bodily autonomy.
Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy graduate returns to California to head regional economic development initiative
Talk was part of CWPPP’s Distinguished Public Service Fellows Lecture Series
The Spencer Foundation has awarded the University of Massachusetts Boston a large grant to support a participatory research project led by Professor Mark R. Warren at the McCormack Graduate School.