McCormack’s Interim Dean Rita Kiki Edozie celebrated the publication of her newest book in August, the culmination of six years of research and writing.
Former Provost Winston Langley’s Fellowship in Human Security Funds McCormack Graduate Student Research
This fall, McCormack hosted the return of a familiar face, who is now a silent donor to the university, former Provost Winston Langley.
McCormack Invites its Legacy Founders Ed Beard, Steve Crosby, and Ira Jackson to Talk about the School’s Impact
As the McCormack School enters its 40th year of existence in 2023, the present and future operations of the School carry with them a long history of excellence in policy and public affairs.
2022 Africa Scholars Forum Winnie Mandela Speaker Krystal-Gayle O’Neill Finds Kinship and Opportunity at McCormack
This year’s Africa Scholars Forum event in December featured current PhD candidate Krystal Gayle O’Neill as its keynote Winnie Mandela Speaker
McCormack Welcomes College of Liberal Arts Economics Professor Marlene Kim, New Associate Dean for Research and Student Engagement
The McCormack School kicked off the spring 2023 semester with a brand new Associate Dean for Research and Student Engagement, Dr. Marlene Kim.
Center for Social Policy’s Elaine Werby Internship Offers McCormack Students Applied Research Opportunities
As a center committed to eliminating inequities related to race, gender, class, and economic status, the Center for Social Policy (CSP) upholds the legacy of many of its prominent fellows through its continued focus on community-engaged research.
Education in the Pursuit of Justice: Looking Back While Looking Forward at the McCormack School in an Anniversary Year
Happy New Year and Lunar New Year, and welcome to the second half of AY 22–23 at UMass Boston.
The Dean’s Office Student Success (DOSS) program hosted its annual DOSS Town Hall last December.
Dr. Edward Alan Miller, Professor and Chair of the Department of Gerontology, reflected recently on the hallmark that sets UMass Boston’s PhD program in Gerontology apart from other aging studies initiatives.
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.