The executive director of UMass Boston’s Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation, testified before a Boston City Council committee about the need for quality early care and education and the need to support small child care-related
Attorney General Maura Healey today announced a new innovative partnership with the 3Point Foundation and UMass Boston aimed at preventing and reducing youth gun violence in the state’s urban areas.
Honors Students Partner with BPS on Street Trauma Research, Present Findings to Superintendent Chang
UMass Boston students taking the class Understanding Their Experiences with Street Trauma: Youth Participatory Action Research Methods were co-researchers with students at Community Academic of Health and Sciences (CASH) High School in Dorchester on a photovoice research project in fall 2016.
The Native American Early Childhood Education Scholars Program is a pilot program that fully funds the students as they earn a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and education in inclusive settings.
Assistant Professor Angela Stone-MacDonald has received a Fulbright grant to teach early childhood education in Tanzania this September.
Mary Lu Love, an instructor in the Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings Program, has received the Boston Association for the Education of Young Children’s Abigail Eliot Award for making a difference in the field of early education and care.
Anne Douglass will be among those meeting with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Saturday about a new UMass Boston partnership that’s providing support to predominately women-run early education and care businesses in Roxbury.
The 12 faculty members who joined last year's trip to Xi'an will discuss their experiences on Tuesday at 2:30 in the Campus Center.
UMass Boston Professors Anne Douglass and Monica Yudron are part of the research team hired to evaluate expanded preschool offerings in Massachusetts.
The PhD in early childhood education and care is one of the first programs in the state to provide a course of study in research, policy, and practice related to the development and education of young children ages birth through five. Applications for fall 2016 admission are due January 15.