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  1. New Peace Corps Prep Certificate Prepares UMass Boston Undergrads for International Opportunities
    The School for Global Inclusion and Social Development has teamed up with the Honors College to offer a new certificate program available to all UMass Boston undergraduates, and today, there's a chance to learn all about it.
  2. UMass Boston Students and Local Artists Showcased at Symposium on Art for Cultural Inclusion
    UMass Boston’s School for Global Inclusion and Social Development cohosted the Second Annual Symposium on Art for Cultural Inclusion during Thanksgiving week, bringing dozens of artists from UMass Boston and the community together to showcase how they use their work to create lasting connections.
  3. UMass Boston’s ICI Stop on Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services’s #OpportunityTour
    A priority of the #OpportunityTour is to promote equity and excellence at every level of education to ensure that every child has the opportunity to succeed.
  4. Inaugural Class of SGISD Master’s Graduates Prepared to Create Inclusion Around the World
    Ling Chou, Hannah Curren, and Stephane Leblois arrived at UMass Boston with different backgrounds, but they each graduated Thursday leaving with the tools they need to make the world a more inclusive place. The trio is the first class to earn a master’s degree from SGISD.
  5. 3 UMass Boston Students, 2 Alumni Win Fulbright, Boren Fellowship Awards
    Three current UMass Boston students and two alumni have won prestigious international fellowships that begin this summer. Four of the winners received grants through the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program; the other was awarded a Boren Fellowship.
  6. UMass Boston Graduate Programs Rise in U.S. News and World Report Rankings
    The education programs have risen five spots since their last ranking in 2015; the public affairs program has gained 10 spots since it was last evaluated in 2012.
  7. First Building Inclusive Communities Conference Draws 300 Attendees to Boston
    Nearly 300 people from the education, health, nonprofit, business, and policy sectors convened in the Back Bay this week for the inaugural Building Inclusive Communities: Neighborhoods to Nations Global Conference.
  8. ‘Building Inclusive Communities’ Global Conference at UMass Boston
    School for Global Inclusion and Social Development Hosting Inclusion Experts from Across Globe
  9. UMass Boston Graduate Student Spends Summer in Tanzania via Fulbright-Hays Fellowship
    Kaia DeMatteo's summer in Tanzania included intensive language study and cultural immersion.
  10. Peace Corps, School for Global Inclusion and Social Development Announce Fellows Program
    The Peace Corps and University of Massachusetts Boston today announced the launch of a new Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program that will provide graduate school scholarships to returned Peace Corps volunteers.
  11. Building Inclusive Communities: Neighborhoods to Nations Global Conference: Last Day
    The Building Inclusive Communities conference brings together leaders across industries and disciplines to foster new strategies for increased inclusion.
  12. Building Inclusive Communities: Neighborhoods to Nations Global Conference: Day One
    The Building Inclusive Communities conference brings together leaders across industries and disciplines to foster new strategies for increased inclusion.
  13. New UMass Boston Center Focuses on Employment for People with Intellectual Disabilities
    The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Advancing Employment for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities will analyze policies that help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities find quality employment.
  14. Dean William Kiernan Joins Governor’s Task Force Targeting Chronic Unemployment
    Governor Charlie Baker has appointed William Kiernan, founding dean of UMass Boston's School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, to a task force on Economic Opportunity for Populations Facing Chronically High Rates of Unemployment.
  15. Harbor Gallery Presents: “A World of Questions”
    On exhibit from February 2 through March 12, "A World of Questions" features the work of award-winning Zimbabwean designer Chaz Maviyane-Davies, who asks the viewer to engage with important issues like the environment and the economy.
  16. Ecuadorian Ambassador Talks to Global Inclusion Students at UMass Boston
    Nathalie Cely Suárez visited campus as part of SGISD's Innovation Speaker Series.
  17. Hubie Jones to be Honored at UMass Boston’s Beacon for Global Inclusion Awards
    Hubie Jones, one of Boston’s influential nonprofit entrepreneurs and an advocate for social inclusion, will be honored for his contributions to the city at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s inaugural Beacon For Global Inclusion Awards Breakfast on Monday, October 27.
  18. First Annual Beacon for Global Inclusion Awards Breakfast
    Celebrate the launch of the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development and the university's 50th anniversary as it honors those who have made an impact in achieving greater social inclusion.
  19. Rule of Law and Democracy in Russia
    A discussion of the current situation
  20. UMass Boston Gala Raises $1.4 Million for Brett Chair
    The ninth annual gala shattered a UMass Boston fundraising record, but the real story of the evening was told in names rather than numbers.
  21. Chancellor Assesses Campus Environment During 2013 Convocation
    As UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley took stock of the university’s physical, academic, and cultural environment on Thursday, one of the winners of the university’s first Joint and Common Future Award identified UMass Boston as an institution from which others can learn.
  22. New School for Global Inclusion and Social Development Prepares For First Class
    UMass Boston's ninth and newest college, which is affiliated with the Institute for Community Inclusion, is nearly ready to accept applications for its internationally focused master's and doctoral programs.