UMass Boston’s graduate programs in education jumped 29 spots to No. 66 in the 2020 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools, released Tuesday. Five UMass Boston programs have new top 100 rankings.
UMass Boston Doctoral Candidate Wins Competitive Award at The International Studies Association-Northeast 2018 Conference
Jean-Pierre Murray, a doctoral candidate, wins the Fred Hartmann award at the International Studies Association-Northeast 2018 Conference
UMass Boston human rights faculty and students across multiple colleges have collaborated on a new book, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights. The editors and all of the contributors are from UMass Boston.
Kennedy Institute Hosts Screening, Discussion on Award-Winning Padraig O’Malley Documentary “The Peacemaker”
UMass Boston’s Padraig O’Malley has spent over forty years of his career resolving conflicts in divided societies all over the world, even earning the highest regard from Nelson Mandela.
David Matz, professor emeritus, explains how the conflict resolution graduate program is for anyone who wants to be better at resolving conflicts
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.