- Grad Student, Guide Dog to Receive Diplomas at UMass Boston’s Commencement May 30
William O’Donnell and his guide dog Marshall will lead the graduating students from the McCormack Graduate School of Public Policy and Global Studies into UMass Boston’s main commencement ceremony on Friday, May 30.
- 29 Who Shine: McCormack Grad Student Chosen to Represent UMass Boston
Public Affairs student Andrew Bunyard chosen as a stellar student by Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.
- Public Affairs Alum Provides Blueprint for Addressing Domestic Violence in Muslim Communities
Shawn MacMaster's MSPA capstone project having local impact in public safety community.
- Public Affairs Student Honored for Domestic Violence Community Programs
Shawn MacMaster is honored by Community Legal Services for community programs at Middlesex District Attorney's Office.
- Audience at Public Affairs Career Panel and Honor Society Induction told, “MSPA Rocks!”
McCormack Grad School holds annual public affairs career event and first honor society induction.
- Connie Chan Shares Winning Strategies with Athletes On-Campus and Across the Globe
MGS Associate Dean has a "second life" as a sports psychologist motivating athletes and coaches.
- MSPA Alumnus Appointed Suffolk County Sheriff
Steve Tompkins, a 2011 public affairs graduate, takes the helm of the state's largest sheriff's office.
- MSPA Capstone Presentations
McCormack Grad students present their final research projects in public affairs.
- MGS Conference Provides Engaging Conversations on Public Administration Challenges
Northeast Conference on Public Administration event held at UMass Boston
- Northeast Conference on Public Administration
McCormack Graduate School hosts a conference on public administration in a time of change.
- American Society for Public Administration Honors UMass Boston Student
Daniel Moriarty, a 2012 candidate for the master of science degree in public affairs, has been awarded the Paul G. Keough Outstanding Student of Public Administration Award.
- MS Public Affairs Career Night
Please join us for our first MS Public Affairs Career Night featuring a panel of MSPA program alums. Find out what they’re doing with their degrees, how they got there, and much more!