Political Science Chairman Paul Watanabe criticizes a “lazy and lame” move by the campaign manager for Republican Senate candidate Michael Sullivan, who lifted policy declarations for Sullivan’s website from a former client, GOP House candidate Richard Tisei.
Ellen Frank, a lecturer in the Economics Department, wrote this article analyzing current scholarship on U.S. deficit levels. She claims that politicians who stoke fears about the deficit are really just looking for cover to slash social welfare programs.
UMass Boston MBA student Tsung-Han Shen is the first intern placed as part of the Mass Tech Intern Partnership, a new public-private effort that will provide stipends for college student internships at Massachusetts’ tech companies. UMass Boston’s Venture Development Center is a partner in the new program.
The ground is shifting in fundamental ways in higher education and the repositioning of continuing education (CE) units within an institution will play a strategic role for the financial survival of many colleges and universities.
Article on how Chancellor J. Keith Motley joined state and local dignitaries, UMass trustees, and the UMass Boston community two weeks ago for a groundbreaking ceremony that celebrated the university’s bright future while emphasizing the commitment to its founding mission.