Fakisha Fabre, a student in the Master’s in Public Administration Program in the McCormack Graduate School, is the 2017 "29 Who Shine" award winner from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
On May 2, Chancellor J. Keith Motley and the Friends of the Library hosted the annual Faculty Research Celebration in the Integrated Sciences Complex.
On April 25, undergraduate students gathered in UMass Boston’s Alumni Lounge to present posters and papers.
In celebration of International Jazz Day, three UMass Boston music students will take the stage in UMass Boston’s University Hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. for a free live performance and album recording.
2010 Political Science Grad Has 3-Book Publishing Deal; Debut on Sale Today
Our community comes from different parts of the world, including those covered by this travel ban.
On Wednesday, UMass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School and College of Liberal Arts hosted the first of two roundtables looking at the implications of a Donald Trump presidency.
Indigenous Women, Colonial Violence, and Histories of Resistance in Southern New England
Sumayia Zama, Human Right Minor alum, invited to serve her community
Beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year, the existing international relations track in the Masters of Public Administration program will be replaced by this new, stand-alone MA degree, giving the program more visibility and helping to meet the needs of a globalizing workplace.