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Ostriches pose questions on climate change
Lowell Sun Online (AP), October 28 2013
Professor Bob Chen of the School for the Environment is part of the team that created a new series of ads visible on the MBTA that use talking ostriches to prompt curiosity about climate change.
Sexy teen Halloween costumes: What’s a parent to do?
USA Today, October 28 2013
Professor of Counseling and School Psychology Sharon Lamb talks to USA Today about the trend of highly sexualized Halloween costumes for tweens and teenage girls.
‘Virtuous’ debt status and precarious living
Dawn.com, October 27 2013
Lecturer in Economics Ghazal Zulfigar examines how the banking sector manages risk in the wake of recent economic and financial crises.
PSU Men’s Soccer drops one-goal game to UMass Boston
New Hampshire NH - AmericanTowns.com, October 27 2013
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drops one-goal game to
From: Plymouth State University Panthers playoff hopes spoiled by
Read more at Plymouth...
Ahimsa Award recipient Dr. Melanie Joy special event in Sacramento November 1
Examiner.com - California, October 26 2013
...Harvard-educated psychologist, professor of psychology and sociology at the
, celebrated speaker. Author of numberous...
Selectmen to discuss mediators’ report on P’town police
CapeCodOnline.com, October 26 2013
...mediators, who are from the Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration at the
, also held a public forum Sept. 19...
Paicos lands RI job
Foxboro Reporter, October 24 2013
...consultant, Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management at the
that has been hired at a cost of $14,000,
New lane setup aims to smooth traffic flow on Morrissey Blvd.
Dorchester Reporter, October 24 2013
The much-maligned intersection of Morrissey and Bianculli boulevards at the entrance of the UMass Boston campus will be upgraded as part of a $130,000 reconstruction project set to begin Monday.
2014 AASCU Board of Directors Takes Office at Annual Meeting
TMCnet.com, October 24 2013
UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley became chair-elect of the American Association of State Colleges Board of Directors on Wednesday. Chancellor Motley will assume the chairmanship in 2015.
Both rivals promise inclusive mayoralty
Boston Globe, October 24 2013
UMass Boston’s Commonwealth Compact was one of more than two dozen organizations that pushed for Wednesday night’s debate between mayoral candidates John Connolly and Marty Walsh, which focused on diversity issues.
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