Memo on Executive Order
The strength of our university rests in our ability to attract the best students and faculty from across the world to our programs regardless of nationality, religious affiliation, or immigration status. The strength of our university is directly linked to our diverse community of faculty, staff, and students and to our shared engagement in creating and transmitting knowledge that enhances lives.
Chancellor Helm reaffirms university commitment to a "safe and welcoming environment"
Statement reiterates policies and values related to diversity
Statement from professors Mazdak Tootkaboni and Arghavan Louhghalam
These faculty members are scholars in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
A message to the UMass Dartmouth community
Chancellor Helm and Provost Karim react to detention of two faculty members at Logan Airport
SouthCoast Food Security Forum
UMass Dartmouth will host the SouthCoast Food Security Forum on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion and Auditorium.
UMass Dartmouth scientists deploy new video system to survey Atlantic Cod population on the Stellwagen Bank fishing grounds
School for Marine Science and Technology team aims to measure abundance, density, and size distribution to aid in management of the fishery
UMass Dartmouth welcomes Core Ensemble performance Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance January 27
7 p.m. event at Main Auditorium is free and open to the public
Chancellor letter: Looking backwards and forwards
"We are starting a new semester and a new year."
UMass Dartmouth and Rhode Island Public Radio create new collaboration
The University will transfer its WUMD-FM broadcast license to RIPR. The University will receive $1.5 million to endow student need-based financial aid and community engagement activity. RIPR will also provide on-air promotion for the University and collaborate with UMASS Dartmouth on internships and other academic efforts. RIPR will nearly double its geographical footprint, providing its audience with consistent, immediate, locally-sourced coverage and access to National Public Radio content. WUMD will move to a fully online global program format.