University Art Gallery Exhibition Features Jewish Religion And Life In 17th & 18th Century Europea
DARTMOUTH, MA. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts will feature an extraordinary exhibition of rare prints entitled 'Tabernacle, Temple, King, Adulteress: Depictions of Jewish Religion and Life in 17th and 18th Century European Prints' in the University Art Gallery located in downtown New Bedford. The exhibition is free and open for viewing all summer until September 9th.
7th Annual UMD College Of Nursing Golf Tournament
DARTMOUTH, MA. - The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth chapter of Theta Kappa Chapter Honor Society in the College of Nursing announced that it will be holding its 7th annual fundraising Golf Tournament on Sunday, September 12. The tournament will be held at the Bay Pointe Country Club, in Onset, Massachusetts.
Umass Dartmouth Library Associates Elect New Officers And Make Donation
DARTMOUTH, MA.- The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Library Associates elected officers for the upcoming academic year and donated $7,000 to the University Library. Dr. Mel Yoken, the Associates immediate past president, presented the check to Library Dean Ann Montgomery Smith at the organizations annual meeting, which featured a talk by Robert Manning, lifelong journalist and former editor of The Atlantic Monthly.
Leadership Southcoast Program Extends Application Deadline
Leadership SouthCoast is sponsoring a year-long leadership institute for regional executives and business leaders that have relocated to the area. A two-day retreat will kick off the program Thursday and Friday, September 9 and 10, followed by nine full-day, once-a-month sessions. Leadership SouthCoast has extended the deadline for applications until Wednesday, July 21, 2004, 5:00 pm.
$400,000 Navy Grant Funds Ocean Turbulence Research At SMAST
DARTMOUTH, MA. - Armed with a free-swimming submersible robot, a University of Massachusetts Dartmouth oceanographer at the School of Marine Sciences and Technology (SMAST) is embarking on a three-year study of the elusive relationship between small-scale water movements and small-scale ocean life.
UMass Dartmouth Postpones Fireworks until Fall
UMASS DARTMOUTH CANCELS NBSO POPS CONCERT & FIREWORKS DISPLAY DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER FORECAST; POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL
Eisteddfod New York Takes Place In Brooklyn
DARTMOUTH, MA. - The New York Pinewoods Folk Music Club is proud to announce the return of the Eisteddfod New York, a three-day festival of traditional folk music. This second annual Eisteddfod New York will take place at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, New York, from Friday through Sunday, August 13 through 15, 2004.
Umd Launches Student Dance Team
DARTMOUTH, MA. During the recently completed spring semester, a group of high-energy students at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth took a giant step forward and received official approval to organize an exciting new student dance team. The UMD Student Senate designated the dance team as an officially recognized student organization on the UMass Dartmouth campus
NBSO Pops Concert And Fireworks At UMass Dartmouth July 2
NBSO POPS CONCERT AND FIREWORKS AT UMASS DARTMOUTH JULY 2 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will hold its 10th annual Independence Day Pops Concert and Fireworks display on Friday July 2nd beginning at 6:00 p.m. Weather permitting the University anticipates a large and enthusiastic audience, estimated at more than 20,000. Ten years ago, UMass Dartmouth and the Town of Dartmouth broke new ground by creating a new community celebration of Independence Day - a spectacular Pops concert by the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra and a wonderful fireworks display. This truly is a unique regional tradition, said Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack. It is my great pleasure to invite every Dartmouth and SouthCoast resident to join us on the UMD campus on the evening of Friday, July 2nd."
UMD Course focuses on READING AND WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN
DARTMOUTH, MA. Area college students can take advantage of a magnificent opportunity to earn three undergraduate English credits while learning how literature about the ocean relates to New Bedford and its surroundings. During the week of July 12-16, the Division of Professional and Continuing Education at UMass Dartmouth is offering a course entitled, Reading and Writing about the Ocean.