UMass Boston Researchers Fight Health Disparities for Children with Autism ›
A $3.9 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health will support early intervention for underserved children in Boston.
Queasy Over Oysters? UMass Boston Scientists Investigate Why Some Are Prone to Bad Bacteria ›
UMass Boston professors and grad students look for new ways to track bacteria outbreaks in oysters.
school for the environment,
new england aquarium,
UMass Boston Professor Kamal Bawa Wins MIDORI Prize ›
International prize recognizes Bawa's contributions to biodiversity conservation and sustainability.
UMass Boston Collaborates with International Space Station Research Project ›
School for the Environment Professor Crystal Schaaf is a collaborator on the GEDI Lidar project.
UMass Boston Trains City Managers to Use Data for a More Effective, Accountable Government ›
Collins Center for Public Management hosts pragmatic training on using data in municipal operations
collins center for public management,
fourth annual statnet conference,
public affairs training,
McCormack Researchers Earn Best Article Recognition from Public Administration Journal ›
The American Review of Public Administration honors Professor Amy E. Smith and doctoral student Karen Monaghan.
public policy and public affairs,
amy e. smith,
UMass Boston Global Governance Professor Honored at University of St. Andrews Laureation ›
Timothy Shaw, director of the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Global Governance and Human Security PhD program, received an honorary degree from the University of St Andrews last week.
human security and global governance
UMass Boston Biology Professor Honored at University of Alberta Convocation ›
The University of Alberta presented Kamaljit Bawa with an honorary doctor of science degree for his life’s work promoting social justice and conservation biology.
Gerontology Graduate Appointed to UN Committee on Aging ›
Gerontology alum Kelly Fitzgerald appointed Vice Chair of UN NGO Committee on Ageing - Geneva
mccormack graduate school,
Prof. Jean Rhodes Awarded Grant to Study the Health Consequences of Hurricane Katrina ›
A highly competitive, national funding program dedicated to tackling pressing health policy issues has awarded a grant to University of Massachusetts Boston professor Jean Rhodes and a collaborator at Harvard University to study the health consequences of Hurricane Katrina.