As the Student Chair of the Dean’s Office Student Success (DOSS) Ambassadors, PhD in Global Governance and Human Security student Jiedine Phanbuh is wholeheartedly committed to enacting initiatives on behalf of all McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies students to better serve their needs.
The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management at the McCormack School will embark on several new developments this fiscal year, continuing its involvement with cities and towns across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts...
Dr. Caitlin E. Coyle closed a “full circle” this year when she became the official Director of the Center for Social and Demographic Research on Aging in August.
Greetings McCormack Students, Faculty, Staff, and Leadership: Welcome back to another school year! The year holds many promising initiatives and activities for the McCormack School as in this spring 2023, we mark our 40th anniversary
A new publication issued by UMass Boston’s Institute for Asian American Studies (IAAS) and Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy provides a first-ever in-depth analysis of the experiences of the five Asian American women elected to the 160-member House.
The John W. McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies and College of Liberal Arts (CLA) collaborated in the spring 2022 semester on a special initiative called the Policy Across Disciplines (PAD) Program at UMass Boston.
McCormack Collaborates with the College of Liberal Arts on a Democracy and Freedom Fundraising Panel
The John W. McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies partnered with the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) on May 11 co-presented an interdisciplinary panel discussion on the question “Does Democracy Protect Freedom?”
Tim Cronin, a Master’s in Public Administration program student who works on Climate Policy, has been awarded this year’s Carol Torto Memorial Scholarship. The award was established by students in the MPA program.
Professor Heather MacIndoe’s Independent Sector Grant Award: Recognizing McCormack’s Role in Nonprofit Public Administration
Associate Professor Heather MacIndoe of the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs was awarded a $65,000 grant for her involvement in a national study of nonprofit organizations commissioned by the Independent Sector, a national membership organization based in Washington, D.C. that provides
Graduating Senior and Accelerated Master’s Student Kelli Fieldhouse on Caregiving in Gerontology Studies
As a graduating senior and student in the Accelerated Master’s Program in Gerontology, Kelli Fieldhouse has managed to find a program that honors her home life, caregiving commitments, and academic history.