Villanova Law professor speaks at UMass on 'internationalisation' of legal education
Villanova law professor Diane Penneys Edelman speaks to faculty and students at UMass Law on 'internationalisation' of U.S. legal education
Peltz-Steele co-authors book on state freedom of information law
Professor Peltz-Steele co-authors book on Arkansas Freedom of Information Act
Third-year law student publishes op-ed on female genital mutilation bill
Third-year law student Mary Chaffee publishes op-ed on bill against female genital mutilation introduced in Mass. legislature
UMass Law professors comment on Gorsuch SCOTUS nomination
UMass Law professors comment on President's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court
Q&A: UMass Law professor on immigration executive order
President Trump's Executive Order banning immigration from seven countries has been contested in federal courts here in Massachusetts and several others. The order has left thousands of visa-holders in limbo, and has left universities and companies across the country considering the impacts. UMass Law Professor Irene Scharf directs the UMass Law Immigration Clinic and has been teaching and practicing immigration law since the 1970s. Here are her responses to two questions on the issue:
National Science Foundation awards UMass Dartmouth professor $778,770 to advance science education for English language learners
NSF CAREER Award designed to support promising young scientists
Memo on Executive Order
The strength of our university rests in our ability to attract the best students and faculty from across the world to our programs regardless of nationality, religious affiliation, or immigration status. The strength of our university is directly linked to our diverse community of faculty, staff, and students and to our shared engagement in creating and transmitting knowledge that enhances lives.
Chancellor Helm reaffirms university commitment to a "safe and welcoming environment"
Statement reiterates policies and values related to diversity
N.Y. immigration attorney George Akst speaks on President Trump's executive orders
New York immigration attorney George Akst speaks at the Law School about President Trump's latest round of executive orders blocking immigration of refugees and persons from predominantly Muslim countries
Statement from professors Mazdak Tootkaboni and Arghavan Louhghalam
These faculty members are scholars in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.