In the Media


  • As Nigerian election nears, Boko Haram looms large
    Christian Science Monitor, January 21 2015
    Darren Kew, executive director of the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development at UMass Boston, says the upcoming election will force Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan "to take more comprehensive action" against Boko Haram.
  • More Jobs? Yes. More Pay? Maybe., January 20 2015
    Professor of Economics Randy Albelda says the health of the job market is one of many factors that influence wage growth, which was nearly stagnant last year despite improvements in the economy.
  • Deputy Chief Carrara Graduates From Firefighting Academy
    January 20 2015

    ...Association Standards for chief fire officers, and is delivered jointly by the Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management...
  • BCC honors legacy of civil rights leader at church, annual breakfast
    Herald News, January 20 2015
    At an event honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. yesterday, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Aminah Pilgrim spoke of her own struggles with bullying and racism during her elementary and high school years, during which time she attended schools where she was often the only African American.
  • Beverly looks at efficiency in police, fire departments
    The Salem News, January 20 2015
    City leaders in Beverly are using the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management's Municipal Performance Management Program to study the operations and decision-making process in the police and fire departments.
  • New chancellor gets to know students, UNC Asheville
    Citizen-Times, January 19 2015
    Profile on UMass Boston alumna Mary K. Grant, who has started her new position as chancellor of the University of North Carolina Asheville. The public affairs alumna previously served as president of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
  • Expanding our academic book series - Cambridge Scholars Publishing
    Cambridge Scholars Publishing, January 19 2015
    Cambridge Scholars Publishing is proud to have published the work of many noteworthy academics in recent years. Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters is one of our more established series.
  • Evan Falchuk presses for vote on Boston Olympics
    The Boston Globe, January 19 2015
    Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Watanabe says it is a smart move for United Independent Party Chair Evan Falchuk to tie himself to a big issue like the 2024 Summer Olympics. Pushing for a vote, Watanabe explained, will “keep his party and his name in front of the public."
  • Harvard prof ‘evolutionizes’ pharmaceuticals
    Boston Business Journal, January 16 2015
    Mentions enEvolv, a company located at the UMass Boston Venture Development Center.
  • 42 Student Startups That Won Big This Year
    BostInno‎, January 16 2015
    Mentions Overthink Notes, which won the Business Launch Competition sponsored by the UMass Boston Venture Development Center.
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