In the Media
Ann Bookman Joins WBUR Call-In Show on Women’s March ›
WBUR, January 21, 2017Ann Bookman, director of the McCormack Graduate School's Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, talks about bringing students, faculty, and center board members to the Women's March for America on the Boston Common on Saturday. Bookman's first remarks are at 14:50 in this clip.
Darren Kew Talks to BBC about Accidental Refugee Camp Bombing ›
BBC, January 18, 2017Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development Executive Director Darren Kew talks about the Nigerian military’s accidental bombing of a refugee camp as it presses its offensive against Boko Haram. The interview with Kew, a faculty member in the McCormack Graduate School, is at 19:50 in the clip.
2016 Election Reflection Series: Women of Color Are Bright Spots in Contested Transformation ›
American Political Science Association, January 17, 2017Carol Hardy-Fanta, a senior fellow in the McCormack Graduate School, writes that "the historic wins of three women of color—of black, Latina, and Asian descent—to the U.S. Senate suggest that it might be premature to give up on the prospect for progressive change in the nation’s capital."
Time to Take on Greed: Why Business Schools Must Engage in Intellectual Activism ›
The Guardian, January 17, 2017Chair and Associate Professor of Management Alessia Contu writes that business schools must embrace "intellectual activism" that emphasizes ethical conduct. "We need substantial change in business schools so that they produce, and engage with, knowledge and practices that serve the public interest."
Millis Selectmen appoint new Town Administrator ›
Milford Daily News, January 12, 2017The McCormack Graduate School's Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management led the search for a new town administrator in Millis.
Collins Center Initial Findings Say Adams-Cheshire Has to Change ›
iBerkshires.com, January 10, 2017Representatives from the McCormack Graduate School's Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management presented their initial findings from the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District study on Monday. Options for educational models and cost-saving measures will be presented at the end of January.
Panelists Recommend Ways to Reduce Carbon Footprint ›
Cape Cod Times, January 06, 2017Speaking to a group about reducing carbon footprints, Professor of Climate Adaptation Paul Kirshen said, "I put on gutters on part of my house last year, and I made them extra big because I knew I was going to have more rainfall in the future. Little things like that make a difference."
Huge Asian-American Wealth Gap Pretty Much Invalidates ‘Model Minority’ Concept ›
The Huffington Post, January 04, 2017Christian Weller, professor of public policy and public affairs in the McCormack Graduate School, is co-author of a new report showing an alarming imbalance of wealth within the Asian American community.
Kerry’s Israeli speech - back to the past ›
The Boston Globe, December 30, 2016Padraig O'Malley, John Joseph Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation in the McCormack Graduate School, writes that Secretary of State John Kerry's prescriptions for Israeli-Palestinian settlement talks are rooted in an outmoded understanding of the conflict.
Report: Asian-American Wealth Inequality Gap Widening ›
Diverse, December 29, 2016Christian Weller, professor of public policy and public affairs in the McCormack Graduate School, is co-author of a new report showing an alarming imbalance of wealth within the Asian American community.