Ann Bookman, director of the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at the McCormack Graduate School for Policy and Global Studies, talks about how women candidates can dispel stereotypes and make a positive impression during political debates.
Cedric Woods, director of UMass Boston's Institute for New England Native American Studies, comments on the discovery of a Native American burial ground underneath Savin Hill Park's tennis courts. “The appropriate method is to consult and collaborate with the Native communities," Woods said.
The Globe has a quiz on women of color elected to public office in Massachusetts, highlighted in a recent report by the Women’s Pipeline for Change and the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, located in the McCormack Graduate School.
Michael Ahn, assistant professor of public policy and public affairs in the McCormack Graduate School, says while a single measure could provide a general overview of the City of Boston's performance, merging a host of statistics into one can be tricky.
Marty Meehan will be inaugurated as the 27th president of the University of Massachusetts in a ceremony November 12 at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate on the campus of UMass Boston.
Elizabeth Dugan, associate professor of gerontology in the McCormack Graduate School, comments in a story on a push for a California law requiring older drivers to get road tested to renew their license.
Ann Bookman, director of the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy in the McCormack Graduate School, talked to New England Public Radio about the center's new report on the total number of women of color elected to political positions in Massachusetts.