Democracy in the Digital Age: A Spotlight on Professor Aroon Manoharan and the application of E-governance
Manoharan has been awarded the 2020 Col Leadership Award by ASPA.
In a town hall forum, the former Republican governor is highly critical of President Trump, and offers unusual priorities to protect rising generations.
Last December, Kew led a small international group, hosted by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), to evaluate the state of democracy and governance in Nigeria.
East Boston's Michael Sulprizio, holder of a McCormack Master's in Public Administration, has gone city-wide.
Talking Race, Party Politics, and the 2020 Presidential Election with Harvard Professor and Author Leah Wright Rigueur
Dr. Rigueur was the guest speaker at a recent Public Affairs Networking Reception hosted by the Dean’s Office Student Success Program (DOSS) at the McCormack Graduate School.
Christian Weller, PhD, a McCormack Graduate School Professor in the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs, is researching solutions to support older unemployed workers who frequently face age discrimination or severe health issues–but who don’t yet qualify for full Social Security benefits.
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.
MA Office of Public Collaboration Launches “Resolution Massachusetts” — a New Public Resource Available to All
The start of 2020 marks the launch of a new statewide initiative called Resolution Massachusetts to be announced at a State House briefing for legislators on January 21, and it could not be timelier.
UMass Boston’s online graduate education programs have jumped 19 spots in U.S. News & World Report ’s 2020 Best Online Programs rankings, released today. UMass Boston’s online graduate education programs are ranked No. 35, up from No. 54 in 2019.
The Sustainable Solutions Lab has launched a new Seed Grant Program for research projects focused on issues of climate change and social equity. Proposals are due March 30. The deadline for proposals for the Labor Resource Center's seed grants is February 4.