Professor Coppélia Kahn visits campus to give lecture on Romeo and Juliet
Internationally recognized Shakespeare scholar and Professor Emerita of English and Gender Studies at Brown University to deliver a public lecture on April 3, at 4 p.m. at the Charlton College of Business.
UMass Dartmouth sociology professor wins Fulbright to study sexual violence in Hungary
Research will focus on underreporting of rape and sexual assault in Hungary, and training of legal and victim response professionals to improve reporting and understanding of sexual violence.
Psychology professor to teach course to Tibetan monks
Dr. Aminda O'Hare has been accepted by the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative to teach a two-week course in affective neuroscience to Tibetan monks at Sera Monastery.
Pazzi Lazzi Troupe performs at UMass Dartmouth
Pazzi Lazzi Troupe introduces you to the rich culture of Italy by giving you the opportunity to experience the ancient tradition of Commedia dell’Arte.
Acclaimed filmmaker Clennon L. King to visit UMassD
Award-winning film Passage at St. Augustine chronicles movement that led to passage of Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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
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
Professor Maureen Hall creates and endows scholarship for students to teach and study in India
In memory of her parents, Dr. Maureen Hall established a scholarship for students and teachers to teach and learn overseas.
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
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.