State Treasurer Deb Goldberg, the Massachusetts Office of Economic Empowerment, and the Advisory Committee on Wage Equality hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday at UMass Boston designed to get input from thought leaders and the business community on best practices to close the wage gap.
Director Says UMass Boston Center Focused on 'Giving Women the Tools They Need' to be Leaders
Kudos to McCormack fellow who earns Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Medal
Faculty discuss long-term support services, issues of elder health care and caregiving, transportation, income security, and nursing home quality.
Cross-campus researchers pen book offering useful operational, tactical, or strategic applications for community stabilization and revitalization.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley and Governor Charlie Baker welcomed more than 250 leaders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to the University of Massachusetts Boston on Wednesday as part of the 2015 Inner City 100 Conference, convened by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).
Director of New Urban Planning and Community Development Program Brings Expertise from NOLA, Memphis
Ken Reardon is the director of a new graduate program in the School for the Environment.
The Yoruba Elders International Society, a charitable organization made up of West Africans now living in Rhode Island, will present UMass Boston Professor Darren Kew with a lifetime achievement award on Saturday in Providence.
Kudos to Leigh Murphy, an academic program coordinator at the McCormack Graduate School.
City Awake, in partnership with UMass Boston and Microsoft, will host the first annual ‘Our Convention’ as part of Boston’s HUBweek. Over 70 organizations with young adult constituencies will convene up to 300 cross-sector leaders to produce a shared civic agenda for Generation Y in Boston.