Photos from the breakfast the College of Management and the Boston Business Journal sponsored on Thursday on the intersection of workforce development, education, employers, and government/policy as a means to create a talent pipeline and close the skills gap.
Article and slideshow on this past weekend's Mass. Memories Road Show on Martha's Vineyard. The Road Show is a program of the Joseph P. Healey Library’s University Archives and Special Collections Department..
Article cites a study from the McCormack Graduate School's Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy that found Latina women who work as customer service representatives earn just 50 cents on the dollar compared to men.
UMass Boston is hosting the annual IDEAS UMass Boston conference tomorrow. The conference features specialists from science, education, business, medicine, finance, and the arts, and a luncheon panel on diversity in innovation.
Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller says whether or not your employer offers a retirement plan has a lot to do with where you live, both in terms of culture and supply and demand. Weller is a professor in the McCormack Graduate School.
The Mass. Memories Road Show, UMass Boston's popular public history project, is now coming to Martha’s Vineyard to add the island’s history to an archive of photos and stories representing all of the cities and towns in Massachusetts.