UMass Boston To Build on Partnerships at 3rd Annual Symposium ›
This year’s event includes a poster session representing more than 90 partners, a plenary session analyzing UMass Boston's partnerships, and breakout sessions.
UMass Boston Student Writers Show Their Might/In Twitter Poetry Contest, Where Words Take Flight ›
Writers never know where a great idea will come from. Amy Gaeta found her inspiration in the freezer—a package of pork chops with a handwritten note attached.
creative writing program
More American Breadwinners are Low-wage Workers ›
Randy Albelda and Michael Can pen new study on low-wage and low-income workers.
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center for social policy,
New Honors College Hip-Hop Class Takes UMass Boston Students Beyond the Beat ›
Professor of American Studies Rachel Rubin and Boston-based rapper Akrobatik team up for a new class on the history and practice of hip-hop.
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EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy: UMass Boston ‘Best Education for Me’ ›
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy '76 says her anthropology degree prepared her for the top environmental post in the country.
UMass Boston Presents: Twelfth Night ›
Tickets are now on sale for the Performing Arts Department's spring 2014 production, a romantic comedy that features mistaken identities.
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EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy ’76 to Speak at UMass Boston Event ›
UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy ‘76 will take part in a breakfast and conversation with fellow alumni and Chancellor J. Keith Motley on March 5.
Julie Nelson Discusses How Economists Damage our Moral Imagination ›
Contemporary mainstream economics has widely “poisoned the well” from which people get their ideas about the relationship between economics and ethics.
Arjun Jayadev Highlights the Link between Inequality and Guard Labor ›
Looking across advanced industrialized countries, Arjun Jayadev and Samuel Bowles find that more inequality is associated with more guard labor.
CNN Money & CBS News Covers the Research of Professors Randy Albelda and Michael Carr ›
A staggering number of American households are relying on low-wage jobs as their leading or sole source of income.