Associate Professor of Art David Areford co-curated the new “Art of Empathy,” a new exhibit of religious iconography at a Jacksonville-area museum. The show earned a positive review from The Florida-Times Union.
The William Monroe Trotter Institute at UMass Boston participated in the creation of “Studies on Religion and Recidivism,” a new report that shows the outsized impact of incarceration on black and Hispanic residents of Dorchester, Mattapan, and Roxbury.
UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley was honored last week with the Drylongso Leadership Award for Challenging Structural Racism. The Drylongso Awards honor ordinary people doing extraordinary anti-racism work in Greater Boston.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority has set a December 3 deadline to receive proposals from designers to help create a new look for Mount Vernon Street, a crucial neighborhood roadway that borders UMass Boston.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority has issued a request for proposals to redesign Mt. Vernon Street, which borders the UMass Boston campus, as a “multimodal corridor” that offers access to pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers, and public transit riders.
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.