In the Media

 

  • Obama pressures GOP with own immigration plan
    Boston Herald, February 19 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says President Obama’s move to craft an alternate immigration plan is a savvy way to maintain the leverage Democrats earned in November’s election.
  • LivingLab Nantucket 2013
    Nantucket Chronicle, February 18 2013
    Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Harbors Project, authored this article on UMass Boston's pilot learning program on Nantucket.
  • Events Boston-area to do list
    Boston Globe, February 18 2013
    “Lifelines: Recent Work by Avram Finkelstein,” an exhibit curated by Assistant Professor of American Studies Aaron Lecklider, now open at the UMass Boston Harbor Gallery, is featured in the Globe’s list of interesting events around town this week.
  • Accelerating Arctic Ice Melt Means Billions Need To Be Spent
    February 17 2013
    Outlet: Forbes - Online

    New research shows that over the past decade, the volume of Arctic ice has declined, even during the winter. In the past decade, Arctic sea ice volumes have declined 36% during autumn and 9% during the winter, according to findings to be published
  • Clark, Ithaca and UVM Among Colleges Honoring Local Students
    Hamilton-Wenham Patch, February 17 2013
    Three residents of Hamilton and Wenham were among the students who made the Fall 2012 Dean’s List.
  • Boston preparing for higher seas, more flooding from climate change
    February 17 2013
    Outlet: Boston Globe - Online

    In this section : Metro Boston preparing for higher seas, more flooding from climate change By Beth Daley | Globe Staff February 17, 2013 Many properties in Boston may have to waterproof their buildings
  • A higher minimum wage will not hurt U.S. businesses
    Center for American Progress, February 15 2013
    Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller coauthored this article arguing that President Obama’s proposal for a modest increase in the minimum wage would help 21 million workers without hurting businesses.
  • Clean-air chief Gina McCarthy seen as likely pick to head EPA
    Los Angeles Times, February 15 2013
    Gina McCarthy, Class of 1976, could be nominated by President Obama as early as this week to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, where she is currently chief of the air pollution division.
  • UMass touts ‘banner’ fundraising year shaping up for 2013
    Boston Business Journal, February 15 2013
    Halfway through fiscal 2013, the UMass system has added more than 2,500 people to its donor base and collected 58 percent of its annual fundraising goal.
  • Milford Students Named to Dean’s Lists
    Milford Patch, February 15 2013
    Seven residents of Milford were among the students who made the Fall 2012 Dean’s List.
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