Douglas Brooks, formerly a visiting fellow at the Center for Social Policy in McCormack Graduate School, has been chosen by President Obama to coordinate the ongoing White House response to the global HIV-AIDS pandemic.
Former BostonCoach chief executive Lawrence Moulter has been appointed executive-in-residence at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Center for Collaborative Leadership in the College of Management.
With a wave of new immigrants fueling rapid growth in Massachusetts' black population, Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black History and Culture, says there is a opportunity for these new Americans to form an influential political coalition.
Michael Ward of the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management attended a Somerset select board meeting recently to discuss how communities decide whether their treasurer position should be elected or appointed.
Professor of Counseling and School Psychology Sharon Lamb applauds the recent trend of more "aggressive" toys for young girls -- inspired in part by the success of The Hunger Games series -- but wonders why the bows, arrows, and other play weapons still come in pink.
UMass Boston student trustee Nolan O'Brien, USG President Kayla Worthey, and GSA President Jesse Wright issued a statement saying they are confident that the university is taking all necessary steps to ensure shuttle bus service to and from campus is safe and uninterrupted.