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UMass Boston Professor Offers Framework for Early Care and Education Leadership in New Book

Office of Communications | November 09, 2017

In Leading for Change in Early Care and Education: Cultivating Leadership From Within, Anne L. Douglass builds a theory and a practice of entrepreneurial leadership for early care and education.

UMass Boston Professor Uses NSF Grants to Spark Science Interest in Elementary, High Schools

Colleen Locke | October 24, 2017

Second-year professor Tej Delvi and her co-principal investigators applied for and received three different National Science Foundation grants centered on helping teachers teach science.

New Dean of College of Education and Human Development Looks to Expand UMass Boston’s Reach

Colleen Locke | September 25, 2017

UMass Boston welcomed Joseph Berger, the new dean of its College of Education and Human Development, this month.

UMass Boston Education Professors Teach in Poland

Office of Communications | August 18, 2017

Gerardo Blanco Ramírez and Ana Solano-Campos, assistant professors in the College of Education and Human Development, taught at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin in Poland in May.

Native Student Athletes Strengthen Cultural Ties at UMass Boston

Colleen Locke | July 31, 2017

UMass Boston is home to a minor in Native American and indigenous studies and four minority research institutions, including the Institute for New England Native American Studies.

UMass Boston, Community Partners Team Up on New Mural at John W. McCormack Middle School

Colleen Locke | July 12, 2017

The new mural was made possible by a Love Your Block Grant and support from National Grid, Paul Revere Transportation, and UMass Boston Community Relations.

UMass Boston’s Anne Douglass to Boston City Council: Early Care Investment Needed

Colleen Locke | March 30, 2017

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

AG Healey, 3Point Foundation, UMass Boston Announce New Youth Anti-Violence Program

Office of Communications | January 31, 2017

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

Colleen Locke | January 30, 2017

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.

One Year In, Native American Students in Early Childhood Program Making an Impact in Tribal Schools

Colleen Locke | December 22, 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.