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  • eLearning director talks MOOCs on Radio BDC
    Radio BDC, March 07 2013
    Alan Girelli, director of the Center for Innovation and Excellence in eLearning, speaks to news director Henry Santoro about UMass Boston’s first Massive Open Online Course, which begins soon.
  • UMass students midway through pilot island semester
    The Inquirer and Mirror, March 07 2013
    Article on the LivingLabs program on Nantucket, which has reached the halfway point.
  • Radio Veteran Catie Wilber Named WUMB Radio’s New Program Director
    PRWeb, March 07 2013
    Article on how Boston radio veteran Catie Wilber has been named program director of WUMB 91.9 FM.
  • In Leicester, selectmen consider hiring consultant
    March 07 2013
    Outlet: Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Online

    LEICESTER — Selectmen are considering hiring a consulting organization to help them find a good replacement for Town Administrator Robert Reed, who is leaving the post at the end of July. A local bylaw says that that only a five-member committee o
  • Friends & Neighbors
    March 07 2013
    Outlet: Carlisle Mosquito

    Wednesday, March 06 2013 A CHEER FOR THE VETERANS. The CCHS Cheerleaders celebrated National Salute to Veterans Patients at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford on Valentine's Day. They visited the wards and gave out ballo
  • Medford Housing Authority reaches contract agreement for new executive director job
    Medford Transcript, March 06 2013
    Medford’s recently hired housing director praised an audit of the housing authority completed by the Edward J. Collins, Jr., Center for Public Management.
  • Patrick urges lawmakers to find ‘political courage’ on taxes
    March 06 2013
    Outlet: Lowell Sun - Online

    State House News Service BOSTON -- Lawmakers need "political courage" to raise the income tax to invest more in education and transportation, Gov. Deval Patrick told hundreds of public-college students, who would see a bump in state support under
  • Provincetown readies for Mass. Memories Road Show
    Cape Cod Times, March 06 2013
    The Mass. Memories Road Show, which collects photographs from Bay State residents for inclusion in a statewide UMass Boston archive, is coming to Provincetown in September. Organizers in town are already preparing for the event.
  • State innovation grants boost local projects
    March 06 2013

    Truth | Bloc Party Listen Live This story is from, the only place for complete digital access to the Globe. A plan enabling residents to track spending by their local governments is among eight initiatives benefiti
  • State bills would raise minimum wage above Obama’s proposal
    Wicked Local, March 05 2013
    Professor of Public Policy Christian Weller says President Obama’s proposal to raise the minimum wage would provide a boost for low-salary workers, and wouldn’t make a significant dent in employers’ bottom lines or raise consumer prices significantly.
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