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  • ‘Breaking Boston’ a show of second chances
    The Boston Globe, March 08 2014
    The cast of "Breaking Boston," which premieres Thursday at 10 p.m., includes Valerie LaPaglia, who has been accepted to UMass Boston. Portions of the show were filmed on campus.
  • The Most Stylish Bostonians 2014
    The Boston Globe, March 07 2014
    Assistant Professor of Costume Design Rafael Jaen has been named to the Globe's list of Most Stylish Bostonians 2014. Jaen talks about how his childhood in Venezuela influenced his style, and how his classroom dynamics affect what he wears.
  • ACHIEVERS: March 3
    Foxboro Reporter, March 06 2014
    ...named to the dean's list for the fall 2013 semester at University of Massachusetts Boston: Abdul Ismail, Kenneth Wick, Caitlyn Valanzola and...
  • Mixed health scores for seniors
    Sentinel & Enterprise, March 06 2014
    Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan, coauthor of a study on health indicators for seniors in Massachusetts, says Northern Worcester County had significantly higher rates of tooth loss compared to the rest of the state.
  • Belmont World Film 2014, March 06 2014
    Cliff Odle, a lecturer in performing arts, will be speaking at Belmont World Film's screening of Grigris on March 24.
  • UMass Boston and New England Aquarium Partnership Strengthens Research Efforts, March 06 2014
    UMass Boston and New England Aquarium Partnership Strengthens Research Efforts BOSTON, March 6 -- The University of Massachusetts Boston issued...
  • Area Residents Make the Fall 2013 Dean’s List at UMass Boston (AP), March 05 2014
    Area Residents Make the Fall 2013 Dean's List at UMass Boston BOSTON-- The following local residents were among the 2,900 students from the University...
  • Retirement Readiness Looks Grim in Many States
    USA Today, March 04 2014
    This article highlights key findings from Pension Action Center Advisory Board member Christian Weller's recent report, The Financial Security Scorecard: A State-by-State Analysis of Economic Pressures Facing Future Retirees. Weller is also a Gerontology Institute Fellow and a professor for UMass Boston's Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs.
  • Medical marijuana TV ad prompts criticism on South Shore
    Patriot Ledger, March 04 2014
    Assistant Professor of Communication Jessie Quintero Johnson calls a medical marijuana ad an effective step toward correcting misconceptions about medical marijuana.
  • Retirement readiness looks grim in many states
    USA Today, March 04 2014
    Nearly every state comes up short in key areas that gauge retirement readiness: anticipated retirement income, major retirement costs, and labor market conditions for older workers, according to a report authored by Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller.
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