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  • Talk on Asian American, Pacific Islander heritage
    The Boston Globe, April 26 2014
    ...address by Paul Watanabe, a political science professor at University of Massachusetts Boston and director of its Institute for Asian American...
  • Putting college in reach of intellectually disabled
    The Boston Globe, April 26 2014
    UMass Boston is one of eight local colleges and universities who participate in the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment program for students with intellectual disabilities.
  • Cybersecurity Championships Aim To Highlight Growing Field
    WAMC Northeast Public Radio, April 25 2014
    UMass Boston student Sarah Dumas is one of 67 students from across the country who will participate in the Cyber Aces cybersecurity championships, to be held on campus this weekend.
  • The Weird And Wondrous Politics Of Climate Change In Massachusetts
    ThinkProgress, April 24 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says politicians who deny the existence or impact of climate change don't "influence anything in Massachusetts."
  • Technology and Online Education
    Diverse, April 24 2014
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley and College of Science and Mathematics Dean Andrew Grosovsky are quoted in this story about UMass Boston's STEM education programs, which are widely recognized for their diversity and rising graduation rates.
  • Easter Round-Up
    Dorchester Reporter, April 24 2014
    *** When we received an invitation to the annual Community Breakfast at UMass Boston, Hubby and I were delighted that there would be a tribute...
  • Inclusion Goes to College
    SJ Magazine, April 24 2014
    Debra Hart, educational coordinator for the Institute for Community Inclusion at UMass Boston, says higher-ed programs that offer education and life skills training are "the next logical step" for young people with disabilities.
  • Salem extends principal search, April 24 2014
    The Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management at UMass Boston is helping the city of Salem hire new principals at three struggling schools -- a decision that will have an enormous impact on the future of the Level 4-rated district.
  • Adviser’s casino ties could hurt Martha Coakley’s gov bid
    Boston Herald, April 24 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O'Brien says opponents of gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley could try to capitalize on a potential conflict of interest for the attorney general.
  • Scholarship in honor of bombing victim raises $300K
    New England Cable News, April 23 2014
    UMass Trustee Richard Campbell and his daughter, Run for Krystle team member Lauren McClain, talk about the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund, which has already raised more than $300,000.
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