UMass Boston Prof: Stereotype of “Criminal Immigrant” Doesn’t Hold Up ›
Sociology professor Bianca Bersani says first-generation immigrants offend less often than average, and their children commit crimes at the same rate as peers
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Real ‘Law & Order’ Gives Insight to UMass Boston Students Pursuing Law Enforcement, Legal Careers ›
The Massachusetts Appeals Court was in session last month in UMass Boston’s Campus Center Ballroom. The appeals court holds about a half dozen sessions outside of John Adams Courthouse in Boston each year, which the justices affectionately refer to as “road shows.”
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Calderwood-UMass Boston Writing Centers Expand to Snowden International ›
Students at the University of Massachusetts Boston are serving as reading and writing tutors at three area high schools this fall, including the Muriel Sutherland Snowden International School at Copley.
Massachusetts Appeals Court to Return to UMass Boston Oct. 18 ›
The Massachusetts Appeals Court returns to the University of Massachusetts Boston on Friday, October 18 to hear criminal and civil cases.
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Multigenerational UMass Boston Partnership Results in a Million Dollar Grant for Span, Inc. ›
The highly competitive SAMHSA grant focuses on the Boston offender needs delivery program.
UMass Boston Students Go Beyond Classroom to Gain Insights on Caribbean Culture ›
UMass Boston students earning college credit visited eight different Caribbean islands this summer to explore issues like militarization, health disparities, and tourism.
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Jack Fowler Receives Highest Award for Survey Research ›
American Association for Public Opinion Research calls him "one of the original and most productive survey methodologists."
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UMass Boston Awards Posthumous Degree To Marathon Bombing Victim ›
The brother of Krystle Campbell, a former sociology student who died in the April 15 attack, accepted a posthumous bachelor of arts degree on her behalf.
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UMass Boston Awards Former Student Krystle Campbell with Posthumous Degree; Scholarship Fund Set Up ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley awarded a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to former student Krystle Campbell, a victim of the April 15 bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.
UMass Boston Alumna Increases Public Access to History of Argentina’s “Disappeared Children” ›
A UMass Boston alumna has helped expand access to an important archival collection at the Healey Library by transcribing interviews with women whose family members were kidnapped or killed during Argentina’s brutal Dirty War.
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