Chancellor's Statement on Transgender Rights
The University considers transgender rights to be human rights, and remains fully committed to supporting transgender students, staff, and faculty.
Search committee recommends three finalists for chancellor at UMass Dartmouth
President Meehan lauds quality of candidates
Charlton to celebrate opening of Technology Center Feb. 23
The inaugural ceremony, featuring demonstration of Bloomberg Trading Terminals, will immediately be followed by Chambers of Commerce Business After Hours event dedicated to the memory of Dr. Godwin Ariguzo.
UMass Dartmouth to host two-day teach-in focused on diversity and social justice
Multiple events on March 1-2 designed to promote active civic engagement and open dialogue
Collaborative learning focus of $457,755 NSF grant
Goal is to teach middle and high school students science and math through collaborative problem solving
Statement of the UMass Dartmouth Faculty Regarding the Executive Order “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States”
The following statement was approved by the UMass Dartmouth Faculty Senate at its February 13, 2017 meeting.
Area UMass Dartmouth students deliver 2,000 pounds of basic need supplies to Haiti
Share Esperanza, a UMass Dartmouth student organization, collected and delivered 2,096 pounds of basic need supplies, including personal care packages, food, water, clothing, and school supplies to the la Plaine region of Haiti in January.
UMass Dartmouth professor wins grant to develop new course on the role of Islam in shaping the political landscape of the Middle East
University of Notre Dame-based Global Religion Research Initiative program designed to promote understanding of the role of religion in the lives of individuals and societies worldwide
Q&A: UMass Law professor on immigration executive order
President Trump's Executive Order banning immigration from seven countries has been contested in federal courts here in Massachusetts and several others. The order has left thousands of visa-holders in limbo, and has left universities and companies across the country considering the impacts. UMass Law Professor Irene Scharf directs the UMass Law Immigration Clinic and has been teaching and practicing immigration law since the 1970s. Here are her responses to two questions on the issue:
National Science Foundation awards UMass Dartmouth professor $778,770 to advance science education for English language learners
NSF CAREER Award designed to support promising young scientists