In the Media

 

  • UMass Boston Professor Nardia Haigh’s Research is Cited in the The Guardian
    November 22 2013
    Assistant Professor of Management Nardia Haigh talks to Britain’s leading newspaper about how increasing collaboration between nongovernmental organizations and deep-pocketed private firms are allowing the NGOs to undertake ambitious social-progress initiatives with less reliance on foundations or private donors for money.
  • Can Walsh make good on his promises?
    CommonWealth Magazine, November 22 2013
    UMass Boston’s Commonwealth Compact is part of a new coalition of civil rights and community organizations who will soon announce a plan to evaluate the diversity record of Mayor-elect Marty Walsh after he takes office in January.
  • Kaduna, bridging the divide along religious lines
    Nigerian Tribune, November 22 2013
    Padraig O’Malley, the Moakley Chair for Peace and Reconciliation at UMass Boston, recently took his Forum for Cities in Transition peace conference to Kaduna, Nigeria, which has historically been riven by religious strife.
  • No. 1 Calvin pushes way into NCAA volleyball semis
    The Holland Sentinel, November 21 2013
    UMass Boston was down 2 sets to none in the first round of the NCAA national tournament and came back to win the third set 26-24, but lost the deciding fourth set, 18-25.
  • Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell honored with portrait
    WCVB.com, November 21 2013
    The university last week unveiled a portrait of Boston Marathon bombing victim and former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell. The portrait was commissioned by Board of Visitors member Dick Campbell, in consultation with Krystle’s family.
  • UMass Boston Unveils Portrait To Honor Boston Bombing Victim
    CBS Boston, November 21 2013
    The university last week unveiled a portrait of Boston Marathon bombing victim and former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell. The portrait was commissioned by Board of Visitors member Dick Campbell, in consultation with Krystle’s family.
  • Inspirational Black Out at UMass Boston 11/21
    Color Magazine, November 21 2013
    UMass Boston will screen Eva Weber’s Black Out tonight in the Campus Center as part of the UMass Boston Film Series. The film starts at 7 p.m.; Chancellor J. Keith Motley will provide opening remarks at a reception starting at 6:30 p.m.
  • Community Change Inc. celebrates 45 years of anti-racism work
    Bay State Banner, November 21 2013
    UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley will receive the Drylongso Leadership Award for Challenging Structural Racism during Community Change Inc.’s 45-year celebration on Friday. The organization’s work is centered around education and issues related to systematic racism and racial inequity.
  • More turmoil ahead for town government
    The Boston Globe, November 21 2013
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management has chosen five finalists for Cohasset’s town manager position.
  • UMass Boston unveils portrait of Krystle Campbell
    The Boston Globe, November 21 2013
    UMass Boston held a ceremony last week to unveil a portrait of UMass Boston alumna Krystle Campbell. Campbell was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.
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