Physics Associate Professor Robert Fisher to discuss our place in the cosmos of exploding stars
Dr. Fisher to discuss his research to unravel the cosmic mystery of supernovae
Hillary B. Farber: Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones
UMass Law professor Hillary B. Farber's editorial "Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones" was featured recently in the Providence Journal.
When Enrica Baessato wanted to improve her career opportunities, she chose online learning
At 41 years old, Enrica Baessato became a student again.
Public Policy Professor embraces his passion for education and policy
Professor Mark Paige's teaching background, along with his educational law background, allows him to investigate and scrutinize areas he understands well.
Put your social media savviness to the test
The College of Arts and Sciences has decided to up their social media game by expanding their platform usage. They want you to join them.
Q&A on North Korea and the claim of a hydrogen bomb
Assistant Public Policy Professor Nikolay Anguelov discusses the potential responses from the U.S. and the rest of the international community.
UMass Dartmouth achieves national doctoral research status
Carnegie designation of only south-of-Boston research university strengthens regional and statewide innovation ecosystem
Prof. David Kagan of the Physics Department is selected for the 2015-2016 Faculty Federation Scholar of the Year
A faculty of the Physics department bags the Faculty Scholar of the Year award.
UMass Dartmouth supports multidisciplinary research through seed funding program
$127,936 in funding awarded to seven projects involving 19 faculty members
A UMass Dartmouth Student Team wins the Global Startup Battle (GSB) attended by entrepreneurs across 60 countries
ECE student-team bag the 2015 year's overall global startup battle (GSB) Champion title in the Co Innovator's Track competition.