In the Media


  • Firm recommends changes for Saugus DPW
    Saugus Advertiser - Wicked Local, November 05 2013
    A 100-page report on the Saugus Department of Public Works by the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management offered a series of recommendations for the town, including hiring more personnel and replacing outdated equipment.
  • Fed’s Rosengren: Aggressive Policy Needed for Some Time to Come
    Real Time Economics - The Wall Street Journal Blog, November 04 2013
    In a speech Monday at UMass Boston, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said the Fed will need to maintain its “accommodative” monetary policy for some time while the U.S. economy slowly progresses back toward full employment.
  • Macro Horizons: Europe Adds To Improved Global Manufacturing Picture
    WSJ Blogs, November 04 2013
    Today’s speech by Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren at UMass Boston makes the Journal’s list of important events in the economics world.
  • At Boston gathering, a call to bolster global research
    The Boston Globe, November 04 2013
    IDEAS Boston 2013, held Wednesday on the campus of UMass Boston, was “packed with powerful thoughts about how to make the world smarter, safer, better,” writes Globe technology reporter Callum Borchers.
  • Conservative games in Washington played at the expense of the vulnerable
    MSNBC, November 03 2013
    Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller is co-author of this piece claiming that a small minority of Republicans are preventing the passage of legislation that could bolster the economy and give a boost to communities still suffering in the wake of the Great Recession.
  • Henry pays $38M for Globe HQ
    Boston Herald (AP), November 02 2013
    The Boston Globe headquarters could be an attractive commercial property because of its proximity to Interstate 93 and the UMass Boston campus, according to Herald reporter Chris Cassidy.
  • Black, female and poor in America: a triple challenge
    United Nations Radio, November 01 2013
    Julia Tripp, a research assistant for the Center for Social Policy, is interviewed on data that shows the poverty rate for black women is 25.9 percent.
  • The Strange Career of John F. Kennedy: The Historical Memory of an Elusive President
    John Cabot University, October 31 2013
    Associate Professor of History Vincent Cannato will be speaking at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy, on Monday, November 11 about President John F. Kennedy.
  • Bridgewater’s Ledin a junior achiever for UMass-Boston
    The Boston Globe, October 31 2013
    Junior soccer star Krista Ledin draws attention for an incredible week of play in which she scored 10 goals across three games, leading the Beacons to a 3-0 record and earning national Division 3 Player of the Week honors.
  • Rising Water: First the probable, then the practical when it comes to building
    The Coastal Star, October 30 2013
    Sarah Oktay, director of the Nantucket Field Station, says some of Nantucket’s homeowners are moving their homes away from the sea, farther back on their lots, in response to rising water levels.
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