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.
The Living Literature Series helps foster creativity and dialogue
The English Department has built an innovative community for students and creative writers alike.
History Professor Brian Williams arranges NYC trip to commemorate anniversary of 9/11
History Professor helps students in his Warfare and Terrorism course “experience” history.
UMass Dartmouth to hold 15th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast February 3
Donovan Livingston, an award-winning educator, spoken word poet, and public speaker will discuss the idea that every child has the right to “lift off” and achieve their dreams.
NAACP chapter established at UMass Dartmouth
Follows 2016 Commencement address by national NAACP Chair Roslyn Brock
Publication: Essays documenting the destruction of cultural heritage in the Middle East
The Destruction of Cultural Heritage: From Napoléon to ISIS is a collection of original essays co-edited by CVPA art history professor Pamela Karimi.
New study highlights potential relationship between climate change and the Bay of Bengal
Study, co-authored by UMass Dartmouth professor of oceanography, explains global significance of the Bay of Bengal's oxygen minimum zone waters
UMass Law launches clinic dedicated to protecting human rights within the U.S.
Human Rights at Home Clinic will focus on gender-based violence, unmet health needs and other human rights concerns in our local communities and beyond.