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  • Meet the Next Boston Mayor on WUMB’s ‘Commonwealth Journal’ from UMass Boston
    Houston Chronicle, August 31 2013
    All 11 candidates for Boston mayor sat down with McCormack Graduate School Dean Ira Jackson for “Commonwealth Journal” interviews on their visions for the future of Boston. The interviews began airing on WUMB this week and are also available online.
  • Effects of Social, Economic, and Labor Policies on Occupational Health Disparities
    dugdug, August 30 2013
    Eduardo Siqueira shares with science website dugdug outcomes from the conference Eliminating Health and Safety Disparities at Work, held on September 14 & 15, 2011 in Chicago
  • Black-White Income Differences: What’s Happened?
    Truthout, August 29 2013
    Professor Emeritus of Economics Arthur McEwan examines the current state of income equality in America, and finds that not enough progress has been made.
  • UMass Boston receives $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation
    Boston.com, August 29 2013
    Robyn Hannigan, dean of the School for the Environment, and Maria Ivanova, co-director of the Center for Governance and Sustainability, are principal investigators on the grant, which will fund the training of fellows in environmental problem-solving. More details at umb.edu.
  • No end to issues or groups for hopefuls to face
    Boston Globe, August 29 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O’Brien says voters aren’t sure what to expect from Boston’s next mayor after 20 years of predictability from Mayor Tom Menino.
  • Skipper’s gift: Food for freshmen
    August 28 2013
    Outlet: Cape Cod Times - Online

    SOUTH YARMOUTH ? The owner of The Skipper Restaurant & Chowder House is giving area students setting out for college for the first time a tasty send-off this week, offering them a free lunch. Their admission tickets are their college acceptance le
  • Successor has huge shoes to fill
    August 28 2013
    Outlet: Commons - Online, The

    NEWFANE—Louise Sirois knows she has big shoes to fill as the new librarian at Moore Free Library, but she's ready for the challenge. Sirois said she grew up in northern Maine, “where any trip to town was special,” and she especially liked going to
  • The Search For Missing 401(k) Money
    Forbes, August 27 2013
    Ellen Bruce, director of the Pension Action Center at UMass Boston, says employers and workers alike realize there is a problem with the current pension system, which has no central fund where employers can send unclaimed 401(k) money and workers can look for money to which they believe they’re entitled.
  • Fast-food strikers may risk firing
    Boston Globe, August 27 2013
    History professor James Green, an expert on labor activism, says fast-food employees in Boston planning a one-day protest Thursday could create positive change at their restaurants, which rely “a great deal on consumer habits” that would be disrupted by a demonstration.
  • Maintain, don’t gain: A new way to fight obesity
    Medical Press, August 26 2013
    Jessica Whiteley, an associate professor of exercise and health sciences, is co-author on a new study out of Duke University that suggests obese African-American women who are given tools to maintain their current weight, rather than lose pounds, may have better health outcomes than women who undertake strict diets.
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