In the Media

 

  • Jim Brett gets a seat of his own at UMass Boston
    Boston.com, September 17 2013
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley presented a personalized chair to Jim Brett at the 9th Annual UMass Boston Gala last week, a symbol of the newly created James T. Brett Chair in Disability and Workforce Development at the university’s School for Global Inclusion and Social Development.
  • Public Works Department Given Slew of Recommendations by Consultants
    Watertown Patch, September 17 2013
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management has offered a laundry list of recommendations for Watertown’s public works department, issuing a report that says the department should modernize its technology, buy newer vehicles, fill staffing vacancies, and focus more on long-term planning.
  • Medway, Collins Center team up on town administrator search
    Milford Daily News, September 17 2013
    Article on how Medway will soon be working the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management to hire a new town administrator.
  • Study shows US teens are getting healthier
    NECN, September 16 2013
    Chair Ronald Iannotti of the Exercise and Health Sciences Department at UMass Boston is lead author of a study published in Pediatrics that says teenagers are exercising more, consuming less sugar, and eating more fruits and vegetables.
  • New signs of improvement in the youth obesity epidemic?
    USA Today, September 16 2013
    Chair Ronald Iannotti of the Exercise and Health Sciences Department at UMass Boston is lead author of a study published in Pediatrics that says teenagers are exercising more, consuming less sugar, and eating more fruits and vegetables.
  • Childhood Obesity Leveling Off? New Study Suggests Kids Engaging In Healthier Behavior
    Huffington Post, September 16 2013
    Chair Ronald Iannotti of the Exercise and Health Sciences Department at UMass Boston is lead author of a study published in Pediatrics that says teenagers are exercising more, consuming less sugar, and eating more fruits and vegetables.
  • Teenagers Are Shifting Food Habits, Study Finds
    New York Times, September 16 2013
    Chair Ronald Iannotti of the Exercise and Health Sciences Department at UMass Boston is lead author of a study published in Pediatrics that says teenagers are exercising more, consuming less sugar, and eating more fruits and vegetables.
  • Election is expected to come down to ground game
    Boston Globe, September 15 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe says despite their high-tech voter identification efforts, the Boston mayoral candidates still must deal with a variable that can’t be predicted: the reliability (or unreliability) of voters.
  • Panel celebrates National Dialogue on Race Day
    The Tufts Daily, September 13 2013
    Article on how Paul Watanabe, associate professor of political science and director of the Institute for Asian American Studies, took part in a panel that addressed issues of racial disparity and social inequality in contemporary America.
  • Selectmen Contemplating Hiring Process for New Town Manager
    Foxborough Patch, September 12 2013
    Article on how the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management is in the running to help Foxborough hire a new town manager.
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