Today UMass Boston’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, in partnership with the Massachusetts Women of Color Coalition, released its updated Profiles in Leadership: Women of Color Elected to Office in Massachusetts.
McCormack Graduate School Report Finds Mass. Cannabis Host Community Agreements Require $2.5 Million in Unlawful Excess Fees, Lack Transparent Accounting of Funds
Report Finds Little Oversight Over Nearly $12 Million in Municipal Revenue from First Year of Legal Adult-Use Cannabis Sales
Dean’s Office Student Success (DOSS) Program Creates a Network of Support for Healing and Growing Together
Since its launch over two years ago, the Dean’s Office Student Success (DOSS) program has remained true to its core values in “creating not just a community to share students’ humanity but a bridge where faculty and students can relate, commune, find support and encouragement."
Africa Scholars Forum Partners with the National Autonomous University of Mexico and BU on Second International Colloquium on African Studies
For the last three years, UMass Boston’s Africa Scholars Forum (ASF) has been a hub for providing formal educational resources and programming around African studies.
What does Earth Day mean to you and for our planet? For Professor Maria Ivanova, the holiday’s significance runs deep in her personal life, intellectual journey, and the foundation for environmental reform in the United States.
When Chris Brindley joined the McCormack Graduate School team as an IT Specialist back in March 2007, little did he know the impact he would have on the community both on and off campus.
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!