Barr Foundation Awards UMass Boston’s Sustainable Solutions Lab $1 Million for Climate Resilience Work
The Barr Foundation has awarded $1 million to the UMass Foundation to support the Sustainable Solutions Lab's climate resilience work.
Alumna of the Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy graduate certificate program wins seat in MA House of Representatives
“We need to talk about resource distribution, equality, and violence,” argues Charla M. Burnett, a doctoral candidate in the McCormack Graduate School’s Global Governance and Human Security PhD program.
Over the past eight months, the McCormack Graduate School has sponsored several political debates for statewide elections.
Elevating the role of evidence-based advocacy by civil society organizations (CSOs) in Rwanda and encouraging increased media attention to such work were twin themes highlighted at a workshop organized by the University of Massachusetts Boston and its partner, Human Rights First Rwanda Association.
Mohammed Uddin ’19 first learned about the 4+1 Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Programs at the Honors College retreat during the summer before his first semester.
The Dignity in Schools Campaign and Professor Mark Warren at the University of Massachusetts Boston are excited to announce the release of a new online toolkit, “Organizing to Combat the School-to-Prison-Pipeline.”
A new independent report from UMass Boston’s Sustainable Solutions Lab, sponsored by the Green Ribbon Commission with support from the Barr Foundation, finds that for Boston to be ready for climate change, governance structures have to be upgraded.
Charla M. Burnett, a PhD candidate in Global Governance and Human Security partners with Mapbox and Code for Boston to develop a data mapping application for immigrant service providers.
UMass Boston has the second highest score on a new national ranking that assesses how well public universities serve African American students.