A new report released by the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy provides voters with clear estimates on the proposed paid leave program’s costs and coverage.
McCormack Graduate School alumna Leslie Stevenson wins a seat on Norwood, OH city council, the first African American elected to that position.
McCormack senior fellow earns award for her latest book, Contest Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in the 21st Century
The report, Gaining Ground on Equal Pay: Empowering Boston’s Women Through Salary Negotiation Workshops, is based on in-depth interviews with some of the nearly 1,800 women who attended the first year of the AAUW Work Smart in Boston workshop program.
Edozie brings a background as a teacher-scholar and academic administrator to her new role at UMass Boston.
Research Institute Receives Grant from Cummings Foundation to Fund Nonprofit Internships for GLPP Students
The Honorable Patricia McGovern discusses her career in public service, battles against sexism, and women’s leadership.
Wage Inequality Persists Across Region, Despite Uptick in Earnings
Senator Elizabeth Warren will take the stage at the New England Women’s Policy Conference on Friday at 2:30 p.m. in UMass Boston's Campus Center Ballroom, speaking to students, academics, activists and women leaders less than two weeks after the election.
Election results show stalled progress toward political parity in the Bay State
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