UMass Boston’s graduate programs in sociology, education, nursing, and public affairs are ranked as top 100 programs on U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Graduate Schools list, released this week. The biggest jumper is UMass Boston’s graduate programs in education, up 14 spots from the 2021 list.
Meghan Kallman, an assistant professor in the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, uses the case of the Peace Corps to explain why and how participation in a bureaucratic organization changes people’s ideals and politics in her new book The Death of Idealism.
Counseling and School Psychology Professor Gonzalo Bacigalupe Receives American Family Therapy Academy’s 2020 Innovative Contribution to Family Therapy Award
| March 13, 2020
Gonzalo Bacigalupe, is a certified artist by the City of Boston, as an abstract artist with several exhibitions in the last three years, including a book with a series of his painting. His work - titled El Mirador - was featured on the March 2020 Special Issue cover of the American Psychological Association's journal American Psychologist.
Sharon Horne Receives APA’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology
| January 07, 2020
Professor of Counseling and School Psychology Sharon Horne is the 2020 recipient of the APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology due to her sustained and enduring contributions to international cooperation and to the advancement of knowledge of psychology. She will receive the award in August.