CPCS Students Team With Neighbors, Earn City Grant for Art Project on Mount Vernon Street ›
A walk down Mount Vernon Street from UMass Boston’s Columbia Point campus to the Walter Denney Youth Center inspired a winning grant proposal from College of Public and Community Service students and the Harbor Point Outreach Partnership
UMass Boston Earns Carnegie Classification for ‘Higher Research Activity’ ›
Designation is another milestone in the university's evolution as a hub for world-changing research.
Professor Eduardo Siqueira Named to Office of New Bostonians Advisory Board ›
The city agency offers assistance to immigrant and newcomer communities in Boston
Mine Wars Documentary Based on Professor’s Book to Premiere on PBS ›
On Tuesday at 9 p.m., PBS stations around the country will premiere The Mine Wars.
Students and Alumni Promote Civic Engagement at Networking Event ›
Elaine Ward '99, '10 shares, "have your voice heard, make change in our communities."
UMass Boston Professors and Staff Member Honored for Mentoring Graduate Students ›
Awards are named after Joan H. Liem in honor of her 40-plus years of mentoring at UMass Boston.
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2015 joan h. liem awards for mentoring graduate students,
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A Civic Engagement Class Makes Inroads in the Jamaica Plain Community and Beyond ›
One community inspires students to make a difference through grass roots involvement
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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public policy and public affairs,
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.