Public Problems, Suffolk Solutions is an ongoing series produced by Suffolk University in partnership with The Boston Globe to examine pressing real-world issues and present ways in which Suffolk faculty, alumni, and students are working with policymakers, leaders, and the larger community to develop practical solutions that improve life locally, regionally, and nationally.
Watch these videos to see how we're making a difference:
In this first video, Suffolk student Victoria Ireton addresses student debt—an issue affecting one million college students nationwide.
In this second video, Associate Professor and Department of Government Chair Rachael Cobb examines what can be done to increase chronically low voter turnout in municipal elections.
In this third video, Brenda Bond, professor and chair of Suffolk’s Institute for Public Service, studies how to rebuild trust between communities and the police forces that serve them.