Gary Siperstein Named Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Public Affairs ›
After 40 years of service at CPCS and the McCormack Graduate School, Chancellor Motley honors Gary Siperstein with professor emeritus title.
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Faculty Research Celebration Focuses on Education, Policy Impact ›
Professors Miren Uriarte of the College of Public and Community Service, and Tara Parker and Anne Douglass of the College of Education and Human Development shared their high-impact research at the annual Faculty Research Celebration on Tuesday.
Gerontology Institute’s Newest Healthy Aging Report Shows Education, Income Affect Health ›
On Wednesday, the Tufts Health Plan Foundation released the second part of the Gerontology Institute-produced Massachusetts Healthy Aging Data Report.
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Working Toward the “Common Good”: Commonwealth Diversity Fellows Program Expands in 2015 ›
A select group of outstanding and highly motivated students have the opportunity to experience firsthand the administration of state government in the commonwealth.
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Revamped Overcoming Violence Program Making an Impact in Boston City Schools ›
Members of the Boston Police Department and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office say the violence prevention curriculum for Boston middle- and high-school students updated by UMass Boston and its partners last fall is already making an impact.
Professor Miren Uriarte Appointed to Boston School Committee ›
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has appointed Professor of Human Services Miren Uriarte to the Boston School Committee, the governing body of the Boston Public Schools (BPS).
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UMass Boston and GBLN Research Shows Latinos Underrepresented in City Leadership ›
The new study led to the creation of a Boston Diversity and Inclusion Team
UMass Boston and Partners Unveil Updated Violence Prevention Curriculum for Boston Schools ›
UMass Boston and its partners unveiled an updated violence prevention curriculum for Boston middle- and high-schoolers on Thursday, which includes a billboard campaign and a video.
UMass Boston Gerontology Students Raise Funds for Alzheimer’s Association ›
McCormack and CPCS students walked to raise over $2400 for a great cause,
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Career Building: Putting Theory into Practice in Human Services ›
A valuable summer internship experience leads to a job offer and a clear career trajectory
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