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  • Peterson: Taking shots at violence
    Boston Herald (AP), June 28 2014
    Kevin C. Peterson, senior fellow at UMass Boston's Center for Collaborative Leadership, writes about summer street violence in Boston and the Dorchester community's recent response to it.
  • Child refugees can be dogged by poor health for life
    New Scientist, June 27 2014
    Patrick Clarkin, associate professor of anthropology, was featured in an article on how malnutrition impacts the developmental growth of children.
  • UMass Boston Turns 50
    Greater Boston, June 27 2014
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley talks about UMass Boston's roots, where the university is now, and where it is headed, on "Greater Boston."
  • Dot’s Laura George enters UMass Boston’s Hall of Fame
    Dorchester Reporter, June 26 2014
    Dorchester native Laura George will be inducted into the UMass Boston Athletics Hall of Fame on October 9 in recognition of her work on the women’s volleyball and softball teams.
  • What’s On Greater Boston Thursday, June 26
    WGBH News, June 26 2014
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley will be talking about UMass Boston's 50th anniversary on tonight's episode of "Greater Boston" on WGBH. Tune in at 7 p.m.
  • Archaeologists Are Trying To Figure Out Exactly Where Plymouth Was
    Smithsonian, June 25 2014
    Through a field school offered through UMass Boston's College of Advancing and Professional Studies, students have spent the last month digging on the north side of Burial Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, looking for the site of the original Pilgrim settlement.
  • Archaeologists Searching for Wall the Pilgrims Built
    WCAI, June 25 2014
    Through a field school offered through UMass Boston's College of Advancing and Professional Studies, students have spent the last month digging on the north side of Burial Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, looking for the site of the original Pilgrim settlement.
  • Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls remain prisoners, despite international help
    CBC.ca, June 25 2014
    Darren Kew, executive director of the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development, says the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls are part of a negotiation between the government and Islamist separatist group Boko Haram.
  • Phone app creates restaurant loyalty cards to feed the hungry
    WickedLocal.com, June 23 2014
    Dan Napierski has been working on Phfeast, a mobile app that lets users accrue points at participating restaurants, at UMass Boston's Venture Development Center. The points go toward free meals for underprivileged children and families.
  • Special meeting planned in search for new town manager
    The Boston Globe, June 21 2014
    UMass Boston's Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center on Public Management is one of three prospective consultants that the town of Danvers will decide between on Wednesday. The chosen consultant will aid the town in finding a new town manager.
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