Collaborative research, exchange programs, and international symposia are among the possible joint activities between the two institutions.
Renowned urban sociologist revisits his controversial 1978 book, The Declining Signifiance of Race
McCormack research team suggests policies to reduce homelessness and improve family financial security.
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.
Mark R. Warren calls the need for educational justice the civil rights issue of today.
Dean Ira A. Jackson welcomes MOPC as its newest center at the McCormack Graduate School.
Arthur MacEwan takes on interim position as search committee seeks to replace Director Donna Haig Friedman
Julia Tripp designed the local event, invited roundtable participants, raised funds, and auditioned actors for the play she wrote.
The symposium examined current economic trends, causes of poverty and inequality, and strategies that have helped millions of poor people.
Marking anniversaries of ten to fifty years of service, the university honors six McCormack staffers.
Center for Social Policy
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