Former chief White House floral decorator to speak
Former chief White House floral decorator Dottie Temple will be the featured speaker at a Sept. 19 coffee-hour benefit sponsored by the UMass Dartmouth Library Associates. The event will be held at 10 a.m. in the universitys Campus Center Sunset Room. Tickets are $15, and advance reservations are required. For tickets and information, call 508-995-3528.
UMass Dartmouth Set to Celebrate Annual Alumni Fall Festival
Alumni are invited to the Alumni Fall Festival celebration on October 8-9.
UMass Dartmouth retains top ranking among New England public universities
UMass Dartmouth retains top ranking among New England public universities The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth retained its top ranking among New England public universities and colleges in the 2005 edition of U.S. News & World Reports Americas Best Colleges released today.
UMass Dartmouth Star Store Building Recently Honored by Boston Society of Architects
Dartmouth, Massachusetts- The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's College of Visual and Performing Arts Star Store building in New Bedford has recently been recognized with The Boston Society of Architects' Citation Award in Higher Education Facilities Design and The AIA/SCUP Excellence in Planning Award for outstanding design.
UMass begins 40th year in Dartmouth
UMass begins 40th year in Dartmouth Breaking New Ground, Tradition of Innovation theme for 2004-2005 Renewed facilities, fireworks, music, new faculty to welcome back 8,300 students
Strategic Envirotechnology Partnership (STEP) Program
Strategic Envirotechnology Partnership (STEP) Program The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth today announced a request for proposal (RFP) for the FY05 STEP Program. The UMASS Dartmouth STEP Program funding for FY05 will be approximately $100,000, with individual awards of up to $20,000. Awards may be granted to UMASS faculty, other researchers or commercial enterprises. Past research topics have included air pollution control, industrial wastewater treatment, hazardous waste remediation, and pollution prevention.
UMass Dartmouth/Town of Dartmouth to host Labor Day fireworks and jazz concert
UMass Dartmouth/Town of Dartmouth to host Labor Day fireworks and jazz concert Community and University to join in celebration of a 40-year town/gown partnership The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and the Town of Dartmouth will join Sept. 6 in presenting a fireworks display and jazz concert to welcome students back to the campus and celebrate the strong partnership that exists between the community and the University.
Ram Dass Lecture at UMASS Dartmouth September 6
The Center for Indic Studies and The Ora M. DeJesus Gerontology Center of UMASS Dartmouth proudly present RAM DASS, in a special lecture, "Embracing Aging, Changing, & Dying," Labor Day, September 6 at 2-4:30 p.m. Tickets are available at all Strawberries locations or by contacting Alexis McLaughlin at The Ora M. DeJesus Gerontology Center 508.999.8843 or by email at email@example.com. General Admission $15, UMD Staff $10 (ID required at door), Student/Senior $7.50 (ID required at door)
Second Half Lifelong Learning @ 50 + Program to Host Open House Sept 8 for Study Groups
The Second Half Life Long Learning @ 50 + program will host an open house Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 1 p.m., at the UMass Center for Professional and Continuing Education, 139 South Main Street, Fall River. The facility is located in the former Cherry and Webb Building, first floor.
Summer school for teachers and UMass Dartmouth faculty
Over 40 K-12 teachers and administrators from the Carver and Wareham school districts will join with professors from the UMass Dartmouth Center for Educational Advancement next week in an innovative and comprehensive effort to improve math education.