Engineering student Matthew Crossman (ECE) wins Best Paper Award at the Homeland Security Conference
Matthew A. Crossman, ECE Senior, won the Conference Best Paper Award, jointly with his advisor Prof. Hong Liu, at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), for their paper titled "Study of Authentication with IoT Testbed".
Photography students chosen for Flash Forward Festival exhibition
Photography students Brandon Dunning and Yulin Wu were accepted into Flash Forward Festival's exhibition "Undergraduate Photography Now".
UMassD Q&A on copyright fight over "Happy Birthday To You" with UMass Law Professor Ralph Clifford
One of the more popular, well-known songs in the world is at the center of a court battle with a federal judge in California set to decide whether a music publisher unlawfully collected licensing fees for the copyright to "Happy Birthday to You."
UMass Dartmouth professor's research helps improve teamwork of unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV)
Office of Naval Research awards Engineering Professor Ramprasad Balasubramanian $225,000 grant to address communication challenges in achieving multi-UUV autonomy
National legal analyst and best-selling author Rikki Klieman to address UMass Law Class of 2015 at May 18 Commencement
One of the nation's most celebrated lawyers and legal authorities to receive honorary degree from the Commonwealth's public law school
UMassD Q&A on first-ever U.S. Special Envoy for LGBT Rights with Law Professor Jeremiah Ho
"Defending and promoting the human rights of LGBT persons is at the core of our commitment to advancing human rights globally—the heart and conscience of our diplomacy." — United States Secretary of State John Kerry
"Layers of Learning" exhibition underway at UMass Dartmouth Campus Gallery
More than 70 works of students and UMass Dartmouth alumni on display through February 24
UMass Dartmouth College of Visual & Performing Arts exhibition showcases works of Ceramics program alumni
"The Uncommon Object" displays works of 10 UMass Dartmouth alumni at University Art Gallery in New Bedford
UMass Dartmouth student proposes drones in the air to help drivers find parking spots on the ground
Doctoral candidate Amir Ehsani Zonouz wins Siemens Mobility IDEA Contest for Smart Parking System
UMassD Q&A on Deflategate with Mechanical Engineering Professor Alex Fowler
The National Football League is currently investigating the New England Patriots to determine why game balls used AFC Championship game were under-inflated. UMass Dartmouth Mechanical Engineering Professor Alex Fowler provides his thoughts.