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In the Media


  • How Hezbollah is Winning in West Africa
    World Policy Blog, September 30 2013
    Michael Keating of the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development says the wars on drugs and terror are about to accelerate in West Africa.
  • Out of the Office: Boston Police, UMass Boston, Doctors Express
    Boston Business Blogs, September 30 2013
    Photo and caption of fellows in UMass Boston’s Emerging Leaders Program, who gathered at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for a weeklong series of leadership forums.
  • Q&A: Boston’s Mayor Tom Menino Reflects on 20 Years
    Boston Common Magazine, September 30 2013
    UMass Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino says getting his degree from UMass Boston was “the most important thing he did.”
  • MSPA Alum Appointed to Economic Assistance Coordinating Council, September 29 2013
    Governor Deval Patrick has appointed Jennifer Menard, a graduate of UMass Boston's public administration program, to the 14-member Economic Assistance Coordinating Council.
  • Letters: Boston’s Menino did it; so can Garcetti
    Los Angeles Times, September 28 2013
    Philip S. Hart, who taught Thomas M. Menino when he was a student at UMass Boston, says he hopes the progress Menino made as mayor can be achieved under new Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
  • Pension fund demands overpayments back, with interest
    CBS Chicago, September 27 2013
    Sheet Metal Workers, Local 73, retirees are asked to pay for pension fund mistakes. The Illinois Pension Assistance Project, at UMass Boston's McCormack Graduate School for Policy and Global Studies, is cited as a resource for retirees seeking advice or legal help dealing with pension overpayments or underpayments.
  • Boston gets first ‘real’ mayor’s race in 20 years
    Christian Science Monitor, September 26 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O’Brien says now that the Boston mayoral field has been narrowed to two, the race will be decided by which candidate can court more of the voters who didn’t choose him the first time around.
  • Mass. Memories Road Show to roll through P’town on Saturday, September 26 2013
    The Mass. Memories Road Show, a program of the Joseph P. Healey Library’s University Archives and Special Collections Department, will be at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Provincetown starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Participants will be able to add their images to the university’s archives.
  • In Bowdoin-Geneva, UMass Boston unveils billboard promoting programs for vets, September 25 2013
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley joined a group of UMass Boston student veterans in Dorchester on Wednesday to unveil a set of new billboards promoting the university’s participation in the “Combat 2 Campus” program for veterans returning to college after military service.
  • Spectacle Island gazebo formally dedicated to Krystle Campbell, Boston Marathon Bombing victim, September 25 2013
    Former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell, who died in the Boston Marathon bombing earlier this year, was honored Tuesday with the formal dedication of a gazebo at Spectacle Island, one of the Boston Harbor Islands.
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