Can humans and sharks co-exist?
UMassD alum and shark expert Dr. Craig P. O’Connell tests his harmless shark repellent on recent episode of Shark Week
UMass Dartmouth hosts the 2016 Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (AEPL) conference
The AEPL conference will explore layers of literacy−from immersion to reflection−in hopes of suggesting a shift in how schools approach teaching.
Community Companions: Collaboration and Celebration!
Community Companions: Collaboration and Celebration! is an event that celebrates a 15-year commitment to community service through experiential learning.
College of Arts and Sciences releases Chancellor’s and Dean’s List for Spring 2016
CAS recognizes and celebrates student academic achievement
It’s never too late to join the online community
Online student Michael Weber will complete his undergraduate education after a fifteen-year hiatus.
Kappa Delta Pi inducts new members
UMass Dartmouth's Alpha Eta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi recognize the best of the best and induct them into the International Honor Society of Education
Psychology Alumna gains faculty position at Brown University
Kristina Monteiro ’10 MA ’12 earns PhD and is the Assistant Director of Assessment & Evaluation at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Liberal Arts Alumnus Succeeds in Science Management
Michael Souza values the skills he learned as a liberal arts major, and he shares how they help make him successful today.
UMass Dartmouth welcomes Marge Piercy
Novelist, Poet, and Memoirist will perform a reading of her poetry during National Poetry Month
Academy Award Nominated film score composer and guitar and stringed instrument virtuoso performs on campus
In his recital, John T. La Barbera traces the history of stringed instruments from Renaissance Italy to the jazz scene in Brazil.