Devyn Keith (left) will live in four different economically disenfranchised neighborhoods during his four-year term as city councilor.
The world’s most pressing challenges -- whether climate change, population growth, infectious diseases or massive inequalities of resources – will only be met successfully if science is brought to the task far more effectively, according to a United Nations report drafted by a team at UMass Boston.
College launches a new master’s degree in global comparative public administration and adds two new tracks to its traditional MPA.
Professor Eunyi Kim from Incheon National University in South Korea joins the McCormack School as a visiting professor.
The Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs congratulates MacMaster for his work preventing domestic violence, aiding seniors, and addressing other key public administration issues.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan visited campus Wednesday to deliver the McCormack Graduate School’s annual Robert C. Wood Lecture of Public and Urban Affairs.
McCormack duo engage in Gates-funded research to study Information Communication Technology to improve tuberculosis treatments adherence.
McCormack Graduate School center co-sponsors important discussion on the cliff effects, the unintended consequences of public policies.
Read how the PhD Program in Public Policy prepared this alumna for her current career.
The education programs have risen five spots since their last ranking in 2015; the public affairs program has gained 10 spots since it was last evaluated in 2012.