The Practitioner Scholars Program (PSP) pilot has launched its third cohort this fall, bringing together a new group of distinguished government, business, and community leaders who will co-teach courses with UMass Boston faculty.
Acknowledging this year’s award winners
Professor Benyamin Lichtenstein Studies STEM Contributions to Wealth Inequality and Wealth Accumulation
Researchers from institutions all over the world discuss the impact of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields on individual wealth, the value of firms, and national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Assistant Professor Matthew Rocklage awarded funds to study his research titled: Contributing to Controversy: Individual Differences in Attitudes Predict Future Outrage
Why do executives in the U.S. continue to be paid so well, even in the face of economic crises and increased concerns about inequality?
Research discussing how an alliance of employee activists can change an entire business system.
Cynthia K. Orellana and Anusha Chaitanya’s Research Published in Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement
This study draws attention to the need for equity in community-university learning partnerships, recognizing and emphasizing that community practitioners' knowledge and expertise are valuable tools in academia.
Join Professor Contu for a free webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 9 from 9 - 10:30 am
Associate Professor of Management and acclaimed climate change strategist Nardia Haigh was awarded the 2020 Book Award from the Organizations and Natural Environment (ONE) Division of the Academy of Management this summer for her guide on how to adapt to what climate change may bring.
Professors Ertugrul and Silva Gao Discuss Corporate Social Responsibility in The Canadian Business Journal
College of Management Professors discuss corporate social responsibility and improving firm value through enhanced brand value.