The City of Boston, in partnership with AARP and the UMass Boston Gerontology Institute, has begun the 5-year process of becoming a World Health Organization recognized Age Friendly City.
Author of Acclaimed “All Souls” Leading Two Classes As Writer-in-Residence
McCormack research team suggests policies to reduce homelessness and improve family financial security.
Six Fulbright students join the Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security and Global Governance.
Karen Ross focuses on conflict resolution and peacebuilding in Israel and Palestine.
Rockefeller Foundation and USAID choose Center for Governance and Sustainability to research solutions to climate change.
McCormack PhD Student Receives Prestigious Research Fellowship for Work on Climate Change Adaptation
Ethiopian student will bring new academic insights about how policy and practice communities interact across various levels of governance.
McCormack Graduate School changes the name of its award-winning public affairs program to better reflect course content.
New conflict resolution needs assessment finds destructive public conflict is causing dysfunction and harm in local governments and communities.
In her role as director of the Boston Indicators Project, Jessica Martin is working to redefine the city of Boston.