Alumni Networking at Clerys
Thursday, January 18
16th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast
Featuring Keynote Speaker Shaun King Friday, February 2
A Corsair's Guide to Planning Your Financial Future
Tuesday, February 13, Grand Reading Room, Claire T. Carney Library
UMass Dartmouth receives Davis Educational Foundation Grant to improve budget transparency and accountability
Goal is to "make every dollar invested by families, taxpayers and donors count toward excellent education, groundbreaking research and meaningful community engagement."
Charlton College of Business introduces qualitative research course
New elective involves using focus groups, comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, to assess and address specific client needs
Black Spaces Matter: Exploring the Aesthetics and Architectonics of an Abolitionist Neighborhood
November 19, 2017 - January 29, 2018 at the McCormick Gallery in Boston.
Q&A: UMassD alumnus and NASA astronaut reflects on his time on campus.
On Friday, December 1, NASA astronaut and UMass Dartmouth alumnus Scott Tingle (’87) was interviewed about his time at UMassD. Tingle is currently residing at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia to prepare for his upcoming space flight. He will be heading to the International Space Station on December 17.
Now Accepting Nominations for Alumni Awards
Submit a nomination for a deserving Corsair alum by Dec. 20
Allen TenBusschen and Elena Peteva in 8th Tapped National Juried Exhibition
Allen TenBusschen, Painting graduate student, and Prof. Elena Peteva have been selected to be in the competitive TAPPED national juried exhibition at Manifest Gallery, in Cincinnati, December 15 – January 12, 2018.
English Professor publishes Shadow and Substance with the University of Notre Dame Press
English Professor Jason Zysk's first book discusses how religion plays a role in Shakespeare’s work and early English drama.