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.
Maurice Cunningham and Bob Turner have been studying politics for decades—the former as a UMass Boston professor, noted pundit, and prolific blogger; the latter as a longtime Boston Globe journalist and author of books on Michael Dukakis and Jimmy Carter.
UMass Boston criminal justice, sociology, and political science students had the opportunity to not only experience the judicial process without leaving campus, but to network with members of the court, their staff, and alumni, some of whom work for the court system.
An innovative federal program to lift families out of poverty is being implemented more effectively in Greater Boston compared to nationally, according to fresh research.
Today marks the beginning of the phased opening of University Hall, UMass Boston’s second new building in the last two years.
The Honors College and the Ralph and Janice James Student Success Fund fully funded the trip to Little Tokyo in Los Angeles and the Manzanar National Historic Site at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Owens Valley, California.
Nearly 40 UMass Boston students who were able to intern with nonprofits, conduct research, and study abroad with the financial support of the new Beacons Student Success Fellowship presented their projects at a symposium last week.
International Relations Master's students making a difference!