New Graduates Ready to Lead Policy Change ›
Eighteen women complete the Graduate Certificate in Women in Politics and Public Policy.
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Grad Student, Guide Dog to Receive Diplomas at UMass Boston’s Commencement May 30 ›
William O’Donnell and his guide dog Marshall will lead the graduating students from the McCormack Graduate School of Public Policy and Global Studies into UMass Boston’s main commencement ceremony on Friday, May 30.
McCormack Conference on Poverty Policies: The Role of Shaming ›
The Center for Social Policy explores the poverty and shame nexus in policy context.
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Christiana Figueres Returns to UMass Boston as Commencement Speaker ›
Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will be the keynote speaker at the 46th commencement ceremonies at the University of Massachusetts Boston on May 30.
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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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