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  • If a college had an extra $200 million . . .
    The Boston Globe, September 03 2015
    The Boston Globe asked the state’s leaders in public higher education what they’d do if an extra $200 million. UMass Boston would give a full ride for every graduate of the Boston Public Schools who maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average, and recruit more research faculty.
  • Former AHS, UMass star Katherine Wall dies
    Wicked Local Arlington, September 03 2015
    UMass Boston alumna Katherine Wall '08 died last week after a long battle with breast cancer. The three-sport athlete was a member of UMass Boston's soccer, ice hockey, and softball programs.
  • Figure may be low, but real progress has been made in women’s hiring
    The Boston Globe, September 02 2015
    Labor Resource Center Director Susan Moir says the number of women employed in building trades is still far too low, but notes that much progress has been made since The Policy Group on Tradeswomen’s Issues began meeting in 2008.
  • Adult learners return 
to earn college degrees
    Boston Herald, September 01 2015
    Philip DiSalvio, dean of the College of Advancing and Professional Studies, and Robin Panzini, a nontraditional student at UMass Boston, talk to the Herald about the higher ed opportunities available for adult learners.
  • Panel discussion to shed light on Fall River charter review process
    Wicked Local Fall River, August 31 2015
    Stephen McGoldrick and Marilyn Contrea of the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management will offer their expertise at a panel discussion designed to help Fall River residents decide whether to review the city charter.
  • Economic Snapshot: August 2015
    Center for American Progress, August 31 2015
    "The latest economic data show a modestly expanding economy that does not work for most Americans," writes Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller in his monthly update on the U.S. economy.
  • Here’s what millennials are doing with their parents’ money
    MSN News, August 31 2015
    In this article on what some researchers call the largest transfer of wealth in U.S. history, Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs Christian Weller says delayed inheritances can be a huge burden to adult children who were counting on the money to cover late-life medical expenses.
  • What’s Next for Greece? | Dollars & Sense
    Dollars & Sense, August 28 2015
    Commenting on Greece's debt crisis, Assistant Professor of Economics Charalampos Konstantinidis writes, "The Greek government, first of all, needs to (finally) attack the Greek oligarchy and tackle the web of intertwining relations between the media, banks, and other big business in Greece."
  • Sullivan Tire Scholarship Eases College Burden for Some Quincy Residents
    The Boston Globe, August 27 2015
    Sophomore biology major Vanessa Anjunthe talks about the thrill of receiving a $1,000 scholarship through a program for Quincy residents created by Sullivan Tire & Auto Service. Anjunthe has received the scholarship for two consecutive years.
  • Adams Inviting Residents to Get Involved in Strategic Planning Process, August 27 2015
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management at UMass Boston, which is helping the town of Adams create a resident-driven strategic plan, is "emerging as the go-to group throughout the commonwealth," according to Adams Town Administrator Tony Mazzucco.
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