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  • County: Power to the chief
    The Barnstable Patriot, June 12 2015
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management is assisting in the search for a new administrator for Barnstable County.
  • With new global partnerships, poverty nonprofit hopes to expand research and academic opportunities
    Inside Higher Ed, June 12 2015
    Craig Murphy, co-director of the Center for Governance and Sustainability, comments on the potential effectiveness of a program pairing poverty scholars run by Academics Stand Against Poverty, an international association that helps scholars and teachers address the major issues in poverty.
  • Is Moroccan FDI Economic Snake Oil?
    Global Finance Magazine, June 12 2015
    Associate Professor of Economics Adugna Lemi says the presumed link between foreign direct investment targeted to the service sector and an overall improvement in the living standard remains inconclusive at best.
  • Ambrosino Chosen to be Next Chelsea City Manager in 8-3 Vote on First Ballot
    Chelsea Record, June 11 2015
    Former Revere Mayor Tom Ambrosino is the new city manager in Chelsea. The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management led the search.
  • Patrick chair at UMass Boston launched at gala
    Dorchester Reporter, June 11 2015
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley and Provost, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Winston Langley, and Victor Woolridge are pictured with Deval Patrick. The accompanying story talks about the Deval L. Patrick Chair in Social, Political, and Economic Innovation and the Just Imagine campaign.
  • Baseball Boom on Columbia Point: UMass, BC High to Build New Park
    Dorchester Reporter, June 11 2015
    Today at 4, UMass Boston and BC High are hosting a groundbreaking for J. Donald Monan, SJ Park, a baseball complex which will be used by both schools.
  • UMass students likely to pay more next year after a two-year freeze
    Boston Business Journal, June 10 2015
    A committee of UMass trustees has approved a 5 percent hike in the amount undergraduate students from Massachusetts will pay next year, marking the end of a two-year freeze on cost increases. The increases could range from $552 to $580.
  • Boston Scenes 06-11-2015
    Bay State Banner, June 10 2015
    Photo of Deval Patrick receiving the chair that symbolizes the Deval L. Patrick Chair in Social, Political, and Economic Innovation. Chancellor J. Keith Motley and Victor Woolridge are also pictured. The caption mentions that UMass Boston has raised half of its $100 million fundraising goal.
  • BC High, UMass Boston to Build Baseball Complex
    The Boston Globe, June 10 2015
    Boston College High School and UMass Boston will hold a ceremony on Thursday afternoon to break ground on a shared community baseball complex at BC High. Monan Park will meet Division III standards and serve as the home facility for UMass Boston.
  • Aquinnah: Charlie, the cutest pup in Aquinnah
    The Martha's Vineyard Times, June 10 2015
    UMass Boston's Mass. Memories Road Show will be on Martha's Vineyard in October. A planning session will be held on Monday, June 15 at the Vineyard Haven Public Library.
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