Software Reliability Algorithm for an automated tool: a magic wand for software and reliability engineers
Dr. Lance Fiondella is leading a project to develop software reliability algorithms for an automated tool that can be used by software and reliability engineers.
Judith Rosellon-Druker awarded $500 for excellence in doctoral research
Judith Rosellon-Druker has been selected to receive an American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists (AIFRB) Clark Hubbs Research Assistance Award in the amount of $500 for excellence in graduate-level research.
Dwight Duncan to Discuss Religious Freedom at St. Thomas More Parish Hall
UMass Law Professor Dwight Duncan will speak at the St. Thomas More Parish Hall in Braintree, MA on July 28th at 6:30 pm.
NOAA Fisheries awards SMAST researchers more than $950,000 in Saltonstall-Kennedy grants
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded SMAST $956,000 under the 2014-2015 Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program for six projects that help build and maintain sustainable fisheries.
SMAST to study new toxic invader
WHOI/MIT Sea Grant has awarded Prof. Jefferson Turner $150,000 to study the toxic dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides
Building Community Capacity for HIV-Positive Individuals in Southcoast, Massachusetts: A Pathway to an Interdisciplinary Academic-Community Partnership
UMass Law professors granted $32,000 toward research in building community capacity for HIV positive individuals.
Students weigh in on international fisheries management
Since 2009, SMAST students have been participating directly in international fisheries science and management through the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).
UMass Law graduates diverse '15 class
UMass Law's Commencement Exercises were held on Monday, May 18, 2015, featuring commencement speaker Rikki Kileman.
NOAA grants to support scallop survey/bycatch avoidance
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded $534,660 to SMAST for research to benefit the sea scallop fishery, $373,922 to support “Broadscale Video Survey of Georges Bank Scallop Open Areas” (Prof. Kevin Stokesbury, PI), and $160,738 to fund “Scallop Fishery Bycatch Avoidance System 2015” (Dr. Catherine O’Keefe, PI).
Ana Paula Krelling: first PhD graduate of SMAST & IOUSP
Ana Paula Krelling is the first first dual-degree Ph.D. graduate of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science (SMAST) and the University of São Paulo Institute of Oceanography (IOUSP).