Civic Action Project successfully mentored students with interests in offices of government officials, non-profit organizations, and labor unions.
Author Jonathan Safran Foer: Deciding What’s for Dinner Could Make an Immediate Climate Change Difference
Author Jonathan Safran Foer made his case for why collectively reducing the consumption of animal products can reduce our carbon footprint on Wednesday during the first installment of a new author series sponsored by Living on Earth, the School for the Environment, and the McCormack Graduate School.
Congressman Stephen Lynch visited UMass Boston on Tuesday, kicking off the McCormack Graduate School’s Your Congress series with a wide-ranging discussion with students, faculty, and staff on issues from healthcare and diversity to student debt and climate change.
UMass Boston professors Ellen Douglas and Paul Kirshen led the Boston Research Advisory Group, which evaluated the climate change impacts specific to Boston.
In recognition of exceptional scholarship in the study of African Politics, The African Politics Conference Group (APCG) grants five awards each year to outstanding scholars
As of 2019, our 15 GGHS doctoral alumni include 5 tenure track assistant professors in the US and abroad, 5 with other university positions, 2 on fellowships, 1 president & founder of an international education NGO, and 1 working in academic publishing
In her new book, UMass Boston professor Francine Menashy questions whether partnerships that are now pervasive in global education and development are creating equitable, cooperative, and positive relationships.
The faculty in UMass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School for Policy and Global Studies do more than help leaders shape public policy that strengthens our state and region; they also support important efforts to build more healthy communities.
GLPP’s former Alumnae Coordinator, Anne Forman, discusses opportunities the program gave her and continues to provide for women interested in politics.
Michael Scanlon, a PhD candidate in the McCormack Graduate School, is one of only eight nationwide to receive a 2019-2020 Fulbright-Fogarty Award, offered through a partnership between the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and the Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.