GGHS Faculty and Students Participate at ISA 2022, Karns Receives the IO Distinguished Senior Scholar Award
The Distinguished Senior Scholar Award recognizes senior scholars of exceptional merit whose intellectual works, influence and mentorship continues to impact the International Organization field of study.
Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy graduate returns to California to head regional economic development initiative
Assistant Professor of Political Science Michelle Jurkovich traveled to Washington D.C. this month to meet with Congressman James P. McGovern, one of the conference planners, to discuss her research on hunger.
Celebrating UNEP’s 50th Anniversary and UMass Faculty Negotiates Landmark Environmental Agreement on Plastics
UMass Boston Engages in Negotiating Landmark Environmental Agreement on Plastics and Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the UN Environment Programme in Nairobi, Kenya
This program attracts passionate students who, in turn, receive excellent mentorship, as demonstrated by the high rate of completion of the program and graduates’ engagement in a range of professional callings.
UMass Boston Research Team to Estimate Cost of Providing Quality Early Care and Education for Children in MA
A UMass Boston-based interdisciplinary team of researchers has launched a new research project that will build a cost simulator to inform policy recommendations around universal child care.
A new report from UMass Boston’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy offers an in-depth look at the negotiation process between labor and business that led to the adoption of Massachusetts’ paid family and medical leave program.
New Sustainable Solutions Lab Research Explores True Community and Climate Resilience in East Boston
The report, Opportunity in the Complexity: Recommendations for Equitable Climate Resilience in East Boston, released December 17, was requested by a group of local advocacy organizations convened by the Barr Foundation called the Waterfront Partners.
Talk was part of CWPPP’s Distinguished Public Service Fellows Lecture Series
Suffolk County District Attorney calls for equity in a talk about the criminal legal system and mental health.