UMass Law News Roundup
Keep up with UMass Law in the news.
Thomas and Valerie Stanwood: Eight Years Later
Thomas and Valerie began their lifelong connection at UMass Dartmouth
Joint initiative awarded funds through Atlantic Herring Research Set-Aside Program
SMAST and MA Division of Marine Fisheries project focuses on sustaining, improving and evaluating portside sampling and river herring incidental catch reduction in the Atlantic herring mid-water trawl fishery
Dr. Kenneth Brink joins the School for Marine Science and Technology as adjunct faculty member
Accomplished scholar and physical oceanography will contribute his expertise to UMass Dartmouth's SMAST
Modeling and Designing for Sustainable Utilization of Haddock
Pingguo He Professor, School for Marine Science and Technology
Measuring, Modeling, and Exploring Carbon Dioxide Exchange
Steven E. Lohrenz Dean and Professor, School for Marine Science and Technology
History Professor Len Travers publishes his fourth book
Dr. Travers tells the untold story of fifty American soldiers
Dwight Duncan Talks with the New Boston Post About Religious Liberty
Dwight Duncan talks with the New Boston Post about religious liberty in response to a recent court decision regarding Fontbonne Academy's standing as a religious institution.
Hillary B. Farber: Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones
UMass Law professor Hillary B. Farber's editorial "Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones" was featured recently in the Providence Journal.
When Enrica Baessato wanted to improve her career opportunities, she chose online learning
At 41 years old, Enrica Baessato became a student again.