Ellen Mueller Spearheads New CAA Podcast
Weekly Online Conversations Related to Arts & Pedagogy
New course addresses significance of climate change
Introduction to Climate course offered this spring will equip undergraduates with an understanding of the effects of climate change.
Sage Perrott (aka Haypeep) To Visit UMass Dartmouth
Featuring Zine-making Workshop and Artist Talk
PBS’s NOVA Next profiles video survey that may help manage cod fishery
Live video camera designed by scientists at UMass Dartmouth may present a more accurate count of Atlantic cod fishery
UMass Law bar pass rate rises to fifth among eight Massachusetts law schools
At Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting, Dean Eric Mitnick cites exam scores, expanded partnerships with Massachusetts colleges, 100,000 hours of service to the community
UMass Law increases Commonwealth Fellows Scholarship
The scholarship provides additional financial support to Massachusetts students.
Lecture by Professor Joan Marie Kelly of Nanyang Technological University
Participatory Art in South Asia: Painting with Bangladesh Foreign Workers in Singapore
Capt. Scott Tingle, '87, heading for International Space Station Dec. 17
Will join astronauts from Russia and Germany for four-month mission
A history professor's journey to war-torn Iraq to help save enslaved girl from ISIS captivity
It was a text message about a fourteen-year-old girl being sold by her ISIS captor for $17,000 that set everything into motion, and catapulted Professor Brian Glyn Williams into his most exciting adventure yet.
UMass Dartmouth scientists played a supporting role in discovery leading to Nobel Prize in Physics
2015 discovery of gravitational waves proved Einstein’s theory