Tag: Politics

  1. Noam Chomsky Speaks at UMass Boston
    On Tuesday afternoon, a full audience of students, faculty, and community members welcomed Noam Chomsky to UMass Boston.
  2. LatinasRepresent Boston
    This event will connect Latinas interested in pursuing elected and appointed office and their allies to resources and mentors who can help make their aspirations a reality.
  3. UMass Boston Experts Will Aid Marty Walsh Transition Effort
    Nine academics with university ties will assist Walsh as he prepares to become Boston's first new mayor in 20 years.
  4. Developing a National Ocean Policy: Lessons in the Art of Government
    Former director of the National Ocean Council tries to reconcile conflicting perspectives among Congress, marine interests, states, and others.
  5. Golar Richie to Share Lessons from Campaign at UMass Boston Forum
    The former mayoral candidate will deliver remarks on the way forward for women candidates, and the Boston Herald's Margery Eagan will moderate a discussion with area political experts.
  6. McCormack Leadership Series: The Day After the Election: What the New Mayor Means for Boston
    Join us on November 6 for McCormack Grad School leadership lecture by political guru, Lawrence DiCara.
  7. Boston Foundation, WBUR, and UMass Boston Partner on Boston Mayoral Forum
    A forum this fall with candidates for mayor of Boston at the UMass Boston Campus Center will be broadcast live on 90.9 WBUR and streamed on
  8. Commonwealth Compact Co-Sponsors Mayoral Forum to Focus on Diversity
    The candidates vying to be Boston's next mayor will address the city’s growing diversity, particularly issues of concern to communities of color, at a forum on Tuesday, September 10 at the Kroc Community Center.
  9. Meet the Next Mayor of Boston on WUMB’s “Commonwealth Journal”
    11 Candidates for City’s Top Office to Appear on Weekly Radio Show Starting Sunday
  10. Boston Foundation, WBUR, and UMass Boston Partner on Boston Mayoral Forum
    UMass Boston will host a Boston mayoral forum on September 19, just days before the preliminary election.
  11. Visiting Fellows from Egypt, Tunisia Explore Local Efforts to Advance Women in Politics
    International exchange program brings two female fellows to McCormack Graduate School to study women in US politics.
  12. White House Expert Discusses Effective, Accountable Government at UMass Boston Lecture
    Shelley Metzenbaum speaks on delivering effective, accountable, trusted government at McCormack Grad School lecture.
  13. UMass Boston Political Experts: Next Election Starts Today
    A trio of UMass Boston political experts took part in a discussion Wednesday afternoon, looking at the national and state election outcomes, and what the trends we saw Tuesday mean for future election cycles.
  14. UMass Boston Studies Asian American Voter Registration in Massachusetts
    Asian Americans comprise a growing share of voting-age residents and citizens and registered voters in Massachusetts.
  15. The Swing Vote: The Power of Independent Voters in 2012
    Sponsored by the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, DC journalist Linda Killian leads a timely discussion on the untapped power of independents in the upcoming election.
  16. ‘NightSide with Dan Rea’ Coming to UMass Boston Wednesday
    WBZ Radio’s Public Affairs Program Kicks Off ‘Talk the Vote’ Tour at Ryan Lounge on September 19
  17. Live Broadcast of “NightSide with Dan Rea”
    UMass Boston will host a live radio broadcast of WBZ's evening public affairs program, "NightSide with Dan Rea."
  18. The Political Leadership of Women of Color: What’s Research Got to Do with It?
    Join in a conversation with community leaders engaged in research about the advancement of women of color in politics.
  19. The Political Leadership of Women of Color: What’s Research Got to Do with It?
    The Center for Women in Politics amd Public Policy’s Spring Women’s Research Forum
  20. National Council for Research on Women Honors the Center for Women in Politics & Public Policy
    The National Council for Research on Women has presented its 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award to the Center for Women in Politics & Public Policy.