Professor of Counseling and School Psychology Sharon Lamb criticizes Mattel's defense of Barbie's unrealistic dimensions. The company said moms, not dolls, damage young girls' body image. "I think that just because parents influence children too doesn’t mean that Barbie doesn’t," Lamb says
Professor of Economics Randy Albelda and Assistant Professor of Economics Michael Carr have coauthored a new study that examines the "low-wage breadwinner" -- a category of about 21 million U.S. workers who earn little money but are the primary earners in their households.
Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo invited UMass Boston business management student Katie Kaiser to Beacon Hill yesterday to represent the thousands of students who have benefited from the legislature's decision to increase funding for higher education.
On the 40th anniversary of our Columbia Point campus, Chancellor J. Keith Motley looks back at UMass Boston's move to Dorchester and the fruitful partnership formed through the decades by the university and its neighbors.