Congratulations to Sophie Hauck for writing the front-page headline story of the November 7 Daily Hampshire Gazette.
Economics alum Srettha Thavisin was recently elected the 30th Prime Minister of Thailand.
Claire Healy, political science and journalism '21, recently co-authored a major investigative series for The Washington Post.
Isaiah Stafford, a recent SBS graduate, has authored the article "The history of Memphis set the stage for the killing of Tyre Nichols."
The Center for Justice, Law, and Societies (CJLS) and SBS RISE are excited to announce their summer 2023 research assistants and faculty mentors.
Christmaelle Vernet, a sophomore in journalism and legal studies, has received the 2023 SBS LeBovidge Undergraduate Research Award.
Caraher, graduate student in economics, was one of four UMass Amherst participants at the D.C. Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) workshop.
Two SBS students, Saliha Bayrak, Journalism '23, and Jack Underhill, Journalism '24, have been accepted into the 2023 POLITICO Journalism Institute.
Aurora Vergara Figueroa, a graduate of the Department of Sociology's PhD program, has been appointed as the Minister of Education of Colombia.
April Burrage and Debamanyu Das, graduate students in Economics, are among the finalists in the 2023 Three Minute Thesis competition.