Floyd Fowler, a senior research fellow in UMass Boston’s Center for Survey Research, talks about his study on the level of shared decision-making among adult patients who had discussed medical tests, medications, and procedures with their doctors.
Jonathan Cooper-Weile, a lecturer in philosophy, authored this letter to the editor on a Boston middle school principal extensively plagiarized a Forbes magazine column on leadership in her first memo.
In her first address since taking over the agency, newly-confirmed federal Environmental Protection Agency Administrator and UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy will speak at Harvard Law School about her vision and goals.
The Reporter offers more details on the new University Place apartment complex planned for a site adjacent to UMass Boston’s Bayside property. Construction on the apartments is expected to begin in October and last about 18 months.
What park, beach or ball field is your favorite on the island? How often to you go? With who? How do you get there?
Those are just some of the inquiries posed to residents on a 25-question survey recently released by the town. The survey – which
Town officials looking for resident feedback on recreational programs
Theater, music and special events enrich people's lives and connect them to their community, according to a group of Jamestown residents who attended a forum last week to discu
An unusually large public response is building to the first evidence of a biological basis for Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Some say SPD impacts up to 13% of kids. Others say it doesn't exist as a distinct disorder. But tens of thousands are cl
The Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management at UMass Boston has selected the town of Ashland to be the latest participant in the center's Municipal Performance Management Program, which helps cities and towns analyze the work of their departments.