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  • Walsh to hear citizens’ demands
    Boston Herald (AP), December 10 2013
    Mayor-elect Marty Walsh's planned town hall meeting in Roxbury this weekend is "pure democracy," says retired political science professor Richard Slavet, but Walsh is "exposing himself to a lot of problems."
  • UMass Boston’s Olivia Murphy Named NEWBA and LEC Player of the Week, December 09 2013
    UMass Boston's Olivia Murphy Named NEWBA and LEC Player of the Week NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. Sophomore Olivia Murphy (Canton,
  • Selectmen to interview Carver town administrator finalists Tuesday
    Wicked Local Carver, December 09 2013
    The town of Carver is nearly ready to choose a new town administrator after working closely with UMass Boston's Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management on the search.
  • Weathering the storm: Our genes may help determine how we respond to disaster
    Phys.Org, December 09 2013
    ...General Hospital, The Broad Institute, Columbia University, and University of Massachusetts Boston has found a link between a variant in the...
  • To ex-UMass chief, meeting Mandela was a life highlight, December 08 2013
    Jack Wilson, the former president of the UMass system, recalls his trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, to present a honorary degree to Nelson Mandela in 2006. Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation Padraig O’Malley's work is also highlighted.
  • Quality of Biodiversity, Not Just Quantity, Is Key: Right Mix of Species Is Needed for Conservation
    Science Daily, December 08 2013
    ...performs. Not so fast, say scientists at Duke University and the University of Massachusetts at Boston. In a new study of biodiversity loss in...
  • Partnership lends support to young Vietnamese students
    The Boston Globe, December 08 2013
    UMass Boston’s 20-year partnership with the Mather School in Dorchester is highlighted in this piece for the Diversity Boston supplement in the Globe. UMass Boston alumna Songkhla Nguyen and Professor of Education Peter Kiang are featured for their efforts to reach out to Dorchester’s large population of school-aged Vietnamese residents.
  • Katherine Clark races through campaign $$
    Boston Herald (AP), December 08 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says state Senator Katherine Clark’s extravagant spending in her bid to succeed Ed Markey in Congress may be an attempt to establish herself both for Tuesday’s special election and the midterm vote next year.
  • ‘Madiba’ helped bring peace to Northern Ireland
    The Boston Globe, December 07 2013
    Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation Padraig O’Malley recalls his work with the late Nelson Mandela to broker a peace accord in Northern Ireland.
  • Countdown to jobs report
    CNBC, December 06 2013
    Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller was on CNBC to talk about this morning’s jobs report. Weller predicted we’d learn that fewer than 200,000 jobs were created last month.
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