McCormack Speaks

August 6, 2020
by Jack M Li

Mental Health in the Times of COVID-19 – Describing the Necessity for Greater Access

Jeney Zhang, MPA Candidate, Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs As we navigate these extraordinary times amid a global pandemic, economic closures, social distancing, and transitions to online learning have severely impacted the mental health and psyche of us … Continue reading

March 29, 2017
by McCormack Speaks
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How Much is that Doggie in the Window?

earnby Megan Fontecchio, McCormack Graduate School student As a child, a fun Saturday activity for me and my family would be to go from pet store to pet store in my neighborhood for the sole purpose of playing with the … Continue reading

January 23, 2017
by McCormack Speaks

Five Key Tips to Resolve Conflict: What I Learned in Small Claims Court

Anonymous A Conflict Resolution student at the McCormack Graduate School While many people might like to avoid conflict altogether, as a graduate student in conflict resolution, I jumped at the opportunity to gain hands-on practical experience learning to mediate between … Continue reading

December 22, 2016
by McCormack Speaks

Assessing Cross Cultural Encounters: Rethinking Impact

by Karen Ross, Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance Whether in the form of joint sports teams or theater troupes, cross cultural study abroad experiences, or intensive weekend dialogue sessions, programs designed to bring together youth across … Continue reading

December 21, 2016
by McCormack Speaks

The Lasting Legacy of John McCormack

by David W. Cash, Dean John W. McCormack, a Massachusetts congressman for four decades and speaker of the US House of Representatives from 1962 to 1971, was born 125 years ago today. And while his long life ended 36 years … Continue reading

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