UMass Boston Grad Student Andrew Bunyard Among 29 Who Shine in 2014 ›
Andrew Bunyard, a public affairs major from Boxborough, is the 2014 "29 Who Shine" award winner from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
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McCormack Grad School Ties to Boston’s Top Thought Leaders ›
Boston Magazine’s The Power of Ideas issue reveals leaders with McCormack ties.
Public Policy Student Earns Inaugural Dissertation Award for Research on Gender Inequity ›
Dianna Salas Coronado receives Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award from Re:Gender
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Exemplary Dissertation Earns Ghazal Zulfiqar the Public Policy Book Award ›
Zulfiqar wins convocation prize for research on microfinance in Pakistan.
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UMass Boston Hosts Stand Against Racism Event ›
Panel discussion draws over seventy researchers, faculty members, students, and community members from across the Boston area
29 Who Shine: McCormack Grad Student Chosen to Represent UMass Boston ›
Public Affairs student Andrew Bunyard chosen as a stellar student by Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.
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Public Affairs Alumni Event Features Career Panel and Honor Society Induction ›
McCormack Graduate School celebrates 30 years of MSPA graduates.
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Expert on Black and Latino Political Empowerment to Teach at McCormack Grad School in Fall ›
Domingo Morel to join the McCormack Graduate School faculty as visiting professor in the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs
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Three McCormack Faculty Earn Healey Research and Public Service Grants ›
Professors Ann Bookman, Maria Ivanova, and Courtenay Sprague have earned internal grants to advance their research and service projects.
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UMass Boston Conference Explores a New Paradigm for Government ›
McCormack Graduate School co-hosts symposium on “Technological Innovation in Government: Toward Open and Smart Government.”
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