At 50, the UN Environment Programme Can Reimagine Itself: Urges Professor Maria Ivanova in her new book on UNEP
Dr. Maria Ivanova calls for connectivity and solidarity in environmental governance through her new book on UNEP and UNEA events
The McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies hosted their second of three virtual panels discussing what we can expect from the new Biden-Harris Administration last week.
Science and Policy Impact: Maria Ivanova Appointed to the World Climate Research Programme Joint Scientific Committee
Director of UMass Boston’s Center for Governance and Sustainability and McCormack Graduate School Associate Professor Maria Ivanova has been appointed as a four-year member of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Joint Scientific Committee (JSC).
GGHS PhD program director Maria Ivanova interviews Angie, the first of our PhD students to have also received her bachelor's degree and her master's degree from UMass Boston
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley Delivers Keynote at the 4th Biennial New England Women’s Policy Conference
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-7) delivered the virtual keynote address at the New England Women’s Policy Conference, “The Time is Now: Gender Justice, Antiracism, and Systemic Change."
UMass Boston Alumni Share their Path-Breaking Experiences as Women of Color in Public Leadership Roles
Secretary of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs Elizabeth Chen ’14 ’16, and Leslie Stevenson ‘16, the first African American member of the Norwood, Ohio City Council, engaged in a powerful and inspiring intergenerational conversation with 50 UMass Boston students on December 8.
McCormack Graduate School Students Overcome Challenges and Embrace New Opportunities as They Close Out A Virtual Semester
As students round the bend to close out the fall semester, many are reflecting upon the routine and rhythm of virtual learning.
Launching an Intentional Initiative for Inclusivity and Innovation: the McCormack Racial Equity Taskforce (MRET)
The McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston are pushing ourselves to think about diversity, equity, and inclusion from a university perspective and work together as faculty, staff, and students to be better civic leaders both on campus and out in the community.
McCormack Alumna, Perri Leviss Emphasizes Opportunities Afforded by Dual-Enrollment Courses in Partnership with Roxbury Prep High School
Perri Leviss, Ph.D., graduated from McCormack Graduate School’s Department of Public Policy in August with a goal of helping young adults learn and grow, specifically working with young people from marginalized communities.
Mark Warren, a McCormack Graduate School Professor in the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs, is the first education researcher from UMass Boston to be named a fellow by the American Educational Research Association (AERA).