Renowned urban sociologist revisits his controversial 1978 book, The Declining Signifiance of Race
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Mark Warren was one of only 13 social scientists to receive the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship this year.
Leading economists and policy experts called for increased investment in the tens of thousands of mostly women eldercare and childcare workers at a forum organized by CWPPP at the State House on April 6, speaking to a standing room only, panelist argue that workers are undervalued and underpaid
Domingo Morel joined over 200 leaders to to discuss immigration, education, trade, and workforce development.
Kudos to Public Policy Professor Mark Warren who will study the school-to-prison pipeline.
McCormack Graduate School changes the name of its award-winning public affairs program to better reflect course content.
In her role as director of the Boston Indicators Project, Jessica Martin is working to redefine the city of Boston.
Billie (Bill) DeWalt joins the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs at the McCormack Graduate School.
Student to faculty-ratios, innovative academic programs, and quality internships and career services helped McCormack Grad School propel UMass Boston to the top 30 on the list.
Warren reviewed the recent American Enterprise Institute report, Turning lightning into electricity: Organizing parents for education reform.