Jacqulyn Sardina: Plans for a career in higher education
Jacqulyn Sardina plans to attend Bowling Green State University in Ohio to earn a Master's degree specializing in College Student Personnel.
Samantha Melchiono: Study of human behavior
Samantha Melchiono completed a research project that examined the impact of therapy dogs on children with autism.
Tricia Breton: Transformative power of education
Tricia Breton returned to UMass Dartmouth after a fifteen-year hiatus.
Kelsey Craveiro '12: Recipient of Kingston-Mann Student Achievement Award
Kelsey Craveiro received a prestigious award for her Crime and Justice Studies seminar research paper.
Lucas Mann: a passion for writing and baseball
Prof. Lucas Mann's first book, Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere, was published last year.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility represents a major step forward in research
UMass Dartmouth's 400 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer aids research by students and faculty.
DJ Shayna Michaud shares her music with the world
First-year Shayna Michaud is in her fourth year of working as a DJ at WUMD 89.3FM.
Jonathan Najarian: Working at his dream job
After participating in Charlton's International Summer University program, Jonathan Najarian has his dream job: working for Volkswagen.
Mechanical engineering alum builds Beacon of Freedom
UMassD alumnus John Berg '85 and his Franklin, MA company Carpe Diem Technologies, Inc. built the "Beacon of Freedom" atop New York City's new One World Trade Center.