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  • New mayor becomes Dem power broker
    Boston Herald (AP), January 07 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O'Brien puts Boston Mayor Martin Walsh in a "power triad" with U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Governor Deval Patrick.
  • Tiger Mom Amy Chua’s controversial new book
    Yahoo! Lifestyle - Practical Parenting, January 06 2014
    Peter Kiang, director of the Asian American Studies Program, comments on "The Triple Package," author Amy Chua's new book that deems eight cultural groups in America as being superior to others.
  • BPR Looks At The Beginning Of Mayor Walsh’s Term
    WGBH News, January 06 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O'Brien joined the WGBH midday show to discuss the beginning of the Marty Walsh era in Boston, the Massachusetts gubernatorial race, and national politics in 2014.
  • Mass. Life Sciences Center awards $8m for research of customized cancer treatments
    Boston.com, January 06 2014
    The Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy at UMass Boston, led by Director Jill Macoska, has received an $8 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center.
  • UMass Boston/Dana Farber cancer research center gets $8M grant
    Boston Business Journal, January 06 2014
    The Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy at UMass Boston, led by Director Jill Macoska, has received an $8 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center.
  • Schools, senior center high on Salem mayor’s agenda
    SalemNews.com, January 06 2014
    Several principals from the Salem school system have stepped down recently, prompting the city to enlist the help of UMass Boston as it recruits new leaders.
  • Martin Walsh to take helm as mayor of Boston
    Boston Globe, January 06 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe, who is a co-chair of Mayor Marty Walsh's transition team, says the new mayor will make changes in Boston but "the pace of those changes may not be what everybody is anticipating."
  • Speech: A nod to Tom and hints of the future
    Boston Herald, January 06 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe, a member of Marty Walsh's transition team, says the new mayor must use his inaugural speech to pay tribute to outgoing Mayor Tom Menino while also outlining his plans to address Boston's challenges.
  • ‘Great Expectations’ for Walsh
    Boston Herald (AP), January 05 2014
    Kevin C. Peterson, a senior fellow at the Center for Collaborative Leadership at UMass Boston, says smart leadership from new Mayor Marty Walsh can help Boston take advantage of its enormous resources.
  • Martha Coakley chases Treasurer Steve Grossman with Dec. cash surge
    Boston Herald (AP), January 04 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says Attorney General Martha Coakley's $280,000 tally in December is a good sign for her campaign, and will help her go toe-to-toe with primary opponent Steven Grossman, a famously skilled fundraiser.
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