Q&A on Pope Francis’ visit to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Supreme Court case surrounding it
UMass Law Professor Dwight Duncan discusses the impact of Francis’ visit and if any past cases offer predictive value in how the Supreme Court will address this issue under the new healthcare law.
Keith Middle School students from New Bedford visit UMass Dartmouth campus through CONNECT Partnership College Immersion Program
300+ New Bedford 7th graders learn how to use a stethoscope and observe and feel the chest respirations of "Sim Man" at UMass Dartmouth
SMAST showcases research at 12th Annual Working Waterfront Festival
School for Marine Science and Technology faculty and students educate festival goers
Sarah Malakoff: Second Nature
In Second Nature, Sarah's photographs are a collection of private spaces that ask the viewer to imagine the people who inhabit them.
UMass Law Visits the American Museum of Tort Law
Several members of the UMass Law community traveled to Winstead, Connecticut to attend the convocation of the American Museum of Tort Law.
900+ New Bedford 7th graders to visit UMass Dartmouth campus through CONNECT Partnership College Immersion Program
Middle school students from New Bedford to gain college experience and take part in card making service project for seniors
Q&A on Pope Francis visit to the U.S.
Robert E. Pontbriand looks at historical nature of the Pope’s visit, the significance of his address to Congress, and what impact could the celebrity of Pope Francis have moving forward.
UMass Dartmouth Observatory open for lunar eclipse viewing event
Public invited to view lunar eclipse
Photographs of Brutalist architecture taken by UMass Dartmouth’s Gallery Director on display at Providence gallery
Work of Gallery Director Viera Levitt part of ‘Under Construction’ exhibit
UMass Dartmouth researchers developing open source system for assessing fish movement
Geolocation methodologies could prove essential for fisheries management and catchability of Atlantic cod, yellowtail flounder, and monkfish