McCormack Graduate School students put classroom knowledge to use in global competition to provide a solution to climate change.
McCormack Graduate School's Mark R. Warren studies the impact of local and national school discipline organizing efforts.
An innovative federal program to lift families out of poverty is being implemented more effectively in Greater Boston compared to nationally, according to fresh research.
Christian Weller suggests policy interventions to boost the economy.
Rising wealth inequality and economic volatility have created an economic imperative to address retirement policy shortcomings.
Public Affairs alumna Stacy Randell publishes her master's research paper in the journal, Afterschool Matters.
The Mobility Project hosts a youth summit focused on economic mobility and educational achievement for metro Boston youth.
UMass Boston will be represented among the many policymakers, academics, and business leaders in attendance at COP21.
Recent "Be the Change" events showcases the McCormack Graduate School and celebrates public service.
CSP convened an interdisciplinary panel of experts to gain stronger understanding of the need for integration between the workforce, housing, and community development arenas.