Professor Karen Ross discusses her new co-authored textbook and research methodology and her scholar-practitioner-teacher work with PhD Candidate Denise Muro.
CRHSGG celebrates Prof. Pugh’s latest publication advancing our understanding of migration, peacebuilding, and human security.
UMass Boston Faculty, Chancellor Named to Regional List of 50 Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education
Seven UMass Boston faculty and staff, including Chancellor Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, have been named to Get Konnected!’s inaugural list of the Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education.
CRHSGG Makes a Substantial Appearance at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention
The Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance is making a big appearance at the ISA Convention this week!
UMass Boston’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy Announces New Distinguished Public Service Fellows
The Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at UMass Boston has announced the selection of its third cohort of Distinguished Public Service Fellows whose mission for the next two years will be to help bridge the gap between generations of women leaders and prepare the next generation.
UMass Boston’s graduate programs in sociology, education, nursing, and public affairs are ranked as top 100 programs on U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Graduate Schools list, released this week. The biggest jumper is UMass Boston’s graduate programs in education, up 14 spots from the 2021 list.
Professor Jeffrey Pugh discusses his new book, The Invisibility Bargain: Governance Networks and Migrant Human Security, with PhD Candidate Denise Muro.
The Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance celebrates Professor Maria Ivanova's new book, the first of three faculty book launches this semester.
Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy to Celebrate the 100th Birthday of Women’s Leadership Advocate Betty Taymor
Reaching the age of 100 is always a notable accomplishment worth celebrating, but Betty Taymor's pioneering life’s work of empowering women—a gift that keeps on giving—also deserves celebration.
“The Class That Changed My Life”: Making Policy for People, and Receiving the Janet Yellen Award for Outstanding Work in Community Development
Bingulac recently accepted the Janet Yellen Award for Outstanding Work in Community Development, a recognition of her ongoing efforts in racial and economic justice.