What can you do to prepare a new group to work well together or help a group in disarray pivot and get back on track? Here are five questions you can ask to help get everyone rowing in the right direction.
Fieldwork in Kenya is funded by UMass Boston’s National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) fellowship. University of Nairobi is a partner institution of the IGERT program
Mergers almost always involve conflict, and it is frequently intense. The approach suggested here won’t make for a conflict-free merger. What it can do is provide a path that will allow you to manage inevitable conflict.
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.
Congrats to Natalia Escobar-Pemberthy who will attend U.N. workshop in India on international law.
National Science Foundation-funded doctoral fellows present transdisciplinary environmental research on the Horn of Africa.
Gabriela Bueno earns a Dissertation Fellowship Award from the Academic Council on the United Nations System.
Executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change speaks to packed house at Edward M. Kennedy Institute
The Middle Atlantic Council for Latin American Studies awarded travel funds to Adriana Rincón to present at their March conference.
UMass Boston's Coasts and Communities IGERT fellows have returned from a week long trip to Ethiopia that was part of the Environmental Issues in the Horn of Africa course.