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  • Rise of the low-wage breadwinner
    CNN Money, February 06 2014
    Professor of Economics Randy Albelda and Assistant Professor of Economics Michael Carr have coauthored a new study that examines the "low-wage breadwinner" -- a category of about 21 million U.S. workers who earn little money but are the primary earners in their households.
  • Lowell’s older adults lag behind counterparts statewide in physical activity
    Lowell Sun Online (AP), February 04 2014's principal investigator and a professor of gerontology at the University of Massachusetts Boston's McCormack Graduate School of Policy and...
  • Find Wayland mementoes for Mass Memories Road Show
    Wayland Town Crier, February 03 2014
    The Mass. Memories Road Show, a public history project coordinated by University Archives and Special Collections, will be in Wayland on March 8 as the town marks its 375th anniversary.
  • Holbrook’s Kuhn shines on ice for UMass Boston
    The Boston Globe, February 02 2014
    Junior Mike Kuhn is performing well in the clutch for the No. 12-ranked UMass Boston men's hockey team, with three game-winning goals so far this year.
  • Sci-fi fest debuts ‘Nigerian Frequency’ and more
    Boston Globe, February 01 2014
    The UMass Boston Film Series is highlighted In this look at upcoming film-related events for providing an opportunity to meet documentary filmmakers.
  • American Society on Aging Names 2014 Award Winners for Excellence in Aging
    American Society on Aging, January 30 2014
    ...University of Michigan, and an M.S. in Gerontology from University of Massachusetts Boston. She previously served as director of the Memory Care...
  • Milford Catholic invites students to experience disabilities
    The Catholic Free Press, January 30 2014
    Article on how Nico Flowers, a student in UMass Boston's School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, taught students at Milford Catholic Elementary School what it can be like to be blind.
  • DeLeo rules out new taxes, fees in House budget proposal
    Boston Herald (AP), January 29 2014
    Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo invited UMass Boston business management student Katie Kaiser to Beacon Hill yesterday to represent the thousands of students who have benefited from the legislature's decision to increase funding for higher education.
  • A Memorable Time: 40 Years on Columbia Point
    Dorchester Reporter, January 28 2014
    On the 40th anniversary of our Columbia Point campus, Chancellor J. Keith Motley looks back at UMass Boston's move to Dorchester and the fruitful partnership formed through the decades by the university and its neighbors.
  • Study charts health of older adults by community
    Brockton Enterprise, January 27 2014
    Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan, who worked with Professors of Gerontology Nina Silverstein and Frank Porell on a new study, talks about the influence of social factors on healthy aging.
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