Coming into the role, Jefferson brings an extensive background in politics, sociology, African American studies, public policy, and women and gender studies, and plans to tap into each of these realms as she begins a range of projects over the course of the year.
Sustainable Solutions Lab Kicks Off Spring Semester With a Gathering to Celebrate Barr Foundation Grant
Last week, on Wednesday, January 30, the Sustainable Solutions Lab (SSL) sponsored a gathering to kick-off the spring semester and celebrate a $1 million grant from the Barr Foundation.
Maryanne’s passion is to raise awareness against gender based violence and how a master’s degree in international relations will help
A educational journey in political discourse, economics, gender studies, African history and culture with the interdisciplinary International Relations master's program
Global Governance and Human Security PhD candidate Linda Holcombe shares her journey towards a PhD
The Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development sponsored a workshop in Kigali, Rwanda, in which high-ranking legal officials from key government agencies shared their views on new graduate-level course curricula on labor law and procurement law.
The Conflict Resolution Graduate Program seeks students motivated to to study all types of conflict including conflict in organizations, families, international conflicts, conflicts over religion, identity, gender, etc.
U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy and three of his fellow members of Congress visited UMass Boston Monday during their winter break to discuss the current state and future of bipartisan cooperation on Capitol Hill with students, faculty, and staff.
Through DOSS, we are creating an action-oriented, student-centered platform to meet students’ diverse academic and professional needs as best as we can, while simultaneously increasing student voices in how we administrate and how they learn.
The Peace Abbey honored UMass Boston’s Padraig O’Malley with the 2018 International Courage of Conscience Award during a special ceremony on Sunday at the Community Church of Boston.
A team of conflict resolution practitioners is coming together to offer mediation services to members of the UMass Boston community who are experiencing conflict and seeking resolution.