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  • Boston Mayor Forms Diversity, Inclusion Team
    NECN, December 02 2014
    Professor of Human Services Miren Uriarte is quoted in this story about Mayor Marty Walsh's efforts to make Boston City Hall more representative of the people it serves. A report on Latino government representation co-authored by Uriarte prompted Walsh to hire a new chief diversity officer.
  • Mayor Walsh pushes to increase diversity of Boston workers
    WHDH, December 02 2014
    Professor of Human Services Miren Uriarte is quoted in this story about Mayor Marty Walsh's efforts to make Boston City Hall more representative of the people it serves. A report on Latino government representation co-authored by Uriarte prompted Walsh to hire a new chief diversity officer.
  • Commission backs big raises at top
    Boston Globe, December 02 2014
    McCormack Graduate School Dean Ira A. Jackson appeared on NECN to talk about the recommendations of the commission on legislative pay that he chaired. The commission recommends increasing the governor's pay by nearly $100,000 a year.
  • Council Hires Collins Center
    Chelsea Record, December 01 2014
    The Chelsea City Council voted to hire the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management for its city manager search.
  • The U.S. must see the job through in Afghanistan
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 01 2014
    Michael Keating, senior fellow at the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development, writes that the job in Afghanistan is not done.
  • COLLEGE SOCCER: UMass-Boston’s Krista Ledin had a record-breaking career
    Wicked Local - Bridgewater, November 29 2014
    Article on UMass Boston senior nursing major and Bridgewater native Krista Ledin, who ranks ninth all-time in Division III history in goals.
  • Observers: Elizabeth Warren pushing Hillary Clinton out of comfort zone
    Boston Herald, November 29 2014
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says Senator Elizabeth Warren could put her progressive stamp on the Democrat message in the 2016 election.
  • Town Unveils Development Action Plan
    Winthrop Transcript, November 27 2014
    Article on trends uncovered by the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management that impact business in Winthrop, and the five-year strategic plan developed for the town.
  • A teacher’s guide to mentoring in STEM
    Science News for Students, November 27 2014
    Professor of Psychology Jean Rhodes says mentoring is vital at all ages.
  • State to convert Brockton facility into education collaborative
    Boston Business Journal, November 26 2014
    Governor Deval Patrick unveiled the Downtown Brockton Education Collaborative on Monday, a project that will involve a $21.5 million, state-funded renovation of a vacant building. UMass Boston, Massasoit Community College, and Bridgewater State University will offer classes to about 1,000.
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