In the Media


  • $25,000 to Professors Whose Students Change the World
    November 07 2014
    Outlet: CNBC - Online

    ...Below is a list of the 2014 recipients. 2014 Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award Recipients University or Current Affiliation Hortensia Amaro, PhD The University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA Connie S. Chan, PhD
  • Panel eyes pay rates
    November 06 2014
    Outlet: Wicked Local - Acton

    Some district attorneys make $40,000 more than the attorney general. Other state employees may earn more than their boss, the governor. In the weeks following the upcoming state election, a special commission plans to release a report and series of r
  • Likely Senate President Sees Cooperation With Baker
    November 06 2014
    Outlet: WBUR - Online

    ...together.” “The fact of the matter is that in Massachusetts politics we have not one center of power; the power is almost equally shared between the governor, the Senate president and the speaker of the House,” said UMass-Boston political
  • New England Delegation Acquires a Tinge of Red
    November 06 2014
    Outlet: The New York Times

    ...Republicans like Mr. Baker, who supports abortion rights and gay rights, have blurred the lines with their opponents. And Mr. Baker knows that to be successful, he has to work with the Democratic legislature. Asked Wednesday at a news conference w
  • Coakley concedes to Baker in morning call
    November 05 2014
    Outlet: Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Online

    ...keys to the corner office for the first time in eight years. Mr. Baker emerged as the apparent winner early this morning, with 99 percent of the vote in, but stopped short of declaring victory, in deference to the wishes of opponent Martha M. Coak
  • Bellwethers: Quincy, Milton and Hull again go with the winner in governor’s race
    November 05 2014
    Outlet: Patriot Ledger - Online, The

    ...Shannon O'Brien. On Tuesday, Baker beat Coakley in Quincy by a margin of 50 percent to 45 percent – 13,397 to 12,249.“It shows that Quincy, which was once a reliable Democratic city, is no longer a reliable Democratic city in all races. It's up fo
  • Governors: Walker wins in Wis.; Scott wins in Fla.
    November 05 2014
    Outlet: USA Today - Online

    ...of management, not policy.'' Massachusetts may be the one governor's race where candidates have become more civilized, not less: in 2010, Baker lost to Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick after running a campaign that was "harsh, almost meanspirited,
  • Child therapists: Stop freaking out about Lena Dunham
    November 04 2014

    ...psychological evaluations of sexual abuse in children, interviewed therapists for her other book, “Sex, Therapy, and Kids: Addressing Their Concerns Through Talk and Play,” she encountered lots of similar tales. Lamb, a professor of counseling
  • Boston Globe negotiating with potential buyer for headquarters
    November 04 2014
    Outlet: Boston Globe - Online

    ...locations” around Boston. A move is planned for late 2016 or early 2017, he said. The Globe moved in 1958 from Boston's Newspaper Row on Washington Street to its current location, just south of downtown. The large facility is across the street
  • Bring West End photos, stories to Mass. Memories Road Show Nov. 15
    November 01 2014
    Outlet: Patriot Ledger - Online, The

    Nov. 1, 2014 11:53 a.m. QUINCY -- South Shore residents plan to travel into Boston on Saturday, Nov. 15 when the Mass. Memories Road Show at UMass Boston is held at The West End Museum from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Mass. Memories Road
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