School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs
Law & Public Policy graduate Mariam Raqib founded the Afghan tree project to reverse the environmental ravages caused by decades of war in her native country.
The Massachusetts unemployment rate slipped below the nation’s for the first time since November as employers added nearly 4,000 jobs last month, the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development said Thursday.
Stephen Donovan, a first year Master of Urban and Regional Policy student, was awarded the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership’s second annual Lowell Richards Fellowship.
Alan Clayton-Matthews comments on the impact that the Green Communities Act will have on Massachusetts’ economy.
LPP alumnus Joe Giglio, who serves on Mayor Walsh’s transportation transition working group, discusses transportation legislation options such as congestion pricing.
Northeastern University sociologist Timothy Hoff has found that the healthcare system’s emphasis on efficiency and technology has made it much more transactional and impersonal.
Elizabeth Giardino, a graduate of the Master of Urban and Regional Policy program, tells us about the coursework and internships that led her to her current role at Abt Associates.
Jamie Fox says despite its good intentions, a school shootings report released by Moms Demand Gun Sense in America and Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is misinformed.
Noah Hodgetts, a second year Master’s in Urban and Regional Policy student, tells us about how he found his current internship and what he does as a GIS & Data Analysis Intern.
Here’s another graduate fellowship success story! Check out what Ashley McCulley did – and continues to do – while interning with the City of Boston Environment & Energy Department.
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