UMass Dartmouth welcomes Marge Piercy
Novelist, Poet, and Memoirist will perform a reading of her poetry during National Poetry Month
Accepting nominations for Jonathan Blake Waxler Prize for Social Justice
Applications/Nominations are due Friday, April 1st by 5 p.m.
Academy Award Nominated film score composer and guitar and stringed instrument virtuoso performs on campus
In his recital, John T. La Barbera traces the history of stringed instruments from Renaissance Italy to the jazz scene in Brazil.
Faculty to join renowned physicist Kip Thorne to discuss the science of ‘Interstellar’
Screenings of film and panel discussion on the science behind it planned for March 29
A Political Science degree helped prepare Margie Pullo for a career with the Attorney General’s office
Margie’s success is a direct result of her undergraduate degree
Student literary review now accepting submissions
‘Temper Literary Review’ now accepting writing and artwork submissions for 2016 edition
Going local wins in party politics according to new book by UMass Dartmouth professors
‘Local Party Organizations in the Twenty-First Century’ examines critically important role of local political parties in American politics
Q&A on presidential politics post Iowa and New Hampshire
Associate Professor of Political Science Doug Roscoe discusses Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary aftermath.
Faculty reaction to passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Law and Political Science faculty offer their reaction to the passing of Justice Scalia
Q&A on Valentine's Day
Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Mahzad Hojjat explores the connection between Cupid's holiday and relationships.