Tracing sources of excess nitrates in water
Mark Altabet, UMassD Professor of Oceanography, has developed a new cost-efficient method for identifying sources of excess levels of nitrates in marine and fresh waters, which will aid water quality improvement in impacted areas around the world.
UMass Law receives Massachusetts Bar Association's Public Service Award
UMass Law received the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Public Service Award at the MBA’s House of Delegates meeting on May 18.
UMass Dartmouth online Public Policy program earns top 10 ranking
BestColleges.com ranks programs based on “career support services, available specializations, student outcomes, and course availability”
UMass Law #3 in nation in public service employment of graduates
Mission of the Commonwealth’s only public law school drives ranking in recently released American Bar Association data
National Science Foundation awards UMassD professor $283,425 for numerical ocean modeling study
The collaborative project will help determine the distribution and fate of water-mass properties, nutrients, and dissolved gases in the ocean.
Q & A with Dean Eric Mitnick
As part of the Oklahoma Legal Group's series on law school deans, Dean Eric Mitnick described his views on the changing landscape of legal education and practice.
Local science cafe debuts in New Bedford
UMass Dartmouth Biology professor Jennifer Koop has partnered with Ann Parson, a local science writer, to bring the New Bedford Science Cafe to life, offering the chance for the general public to learn and engage with the scientific community.
Fall River Portraits - Making Things
On June 3, the Fall River Portraits ~ Making Things exhibit will take place from 1pm-3pm at the Narrows Center for the Arts. The exhibit, which is open to the public, is a collaboration between UMass Dartmouth students and Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School students.
Physics Department a leading UMassD contributor to new index of research productivity
The Nature Index tracks research publications among a selection of 68 high-impact journals.
Southern Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees urges UMass Law graduates to defend the rule of law over the “rule of the mob”
49 Juris Doctor degrees awarded to Class of 2017 that performed more than 7,000 hours of pro bono and other law-related service to the community.