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  • O’Brien: On voting, nothing to brag about
    MetroWest Daily News, January 26 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O'Brien says the difficulties of voting in Massachusetts belie the impression of the commonwealth as a "liberal hotbed."
  • Eduardo Gonz├ílez Putting UMass Boston on Map With Grants and Success
    Diverse, January 25 2014
    Associate Professor of Mathematics Eduardo Gonzalez talks about his journey from the agricultural fields of Mexico, where his parents worked, to the world of academia in the United States. Gonzalez's research focuses on the understanding of objects in a theoretical space with 10 dimensions.
  • Archaeological school benefits tribe, students
    The Day, January 25 2014
    Professor of Anthropology Stephen Silliman believes archaeological studies should give back as much as they take from historical sites, and his team's work over the last decade at the Eastern Pequot reservation in North Stonington, Connecticut, proves the point.
  • City seeks consensus on aid for fishing, port, January 25 2014
    The Urban Harbors Institute at UMass Boston is helping the city of Gloucester in an attempt to revive its struggling waterfront, with help from a $75,000 state grant.
  • New Bedford not a healthy place for aging (AP), January 24 2014
    Discussing individual communities with SouthCoast Today, Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan says it is "an accurate conclusion" that New Bedford is the unhealthiest place to grow old in Massachusetts.
  • Study shows disparities in aging across state
    The Boston Globe, January 24 2014
    Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan co-authored a massive, in-depth new report that examines about 100 different health measures in each Massachusetts community.
  • Reported sexual assaults increase on campus
    The Brandeis Hoot, January 24 2014
    According to a study from 2002 by a team of scientific researchers at UMass Boston and Brown University School of Medicine, between 64 and 96 percent...
  • UPDATE: Three finalists for town manager post to be interviewed Tuesday
    Foxboro Reporter, January 24 2014
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management has narrowed Foxboro's list of 36 town administrator candidates to three finalists, who will be interviewed Tuesday.
  • College Notebook: McGuffie off to fast start this season, January 24 2014
    Lynn native Hulerie McGuffie is on her way to another impressive season for the track-and-field team at UMass Boston.
  • Political experts weigh in on Richard Tisei’s 2nd-try chances
    Boston Herald (AP), January 24 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says GOP congressional hopeful Richard Tisei, who is preparing for a second run at the 6th District seat, may have better results in 2014 without President Obama drawing Democrats to the polls.
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