UMass Dartmouth, Republic of Iceland sign marine science, biotech research agreement
Pact results from 2015 university visit by Iceland delegation and U.S. Ambassador Robert Barber
UMass Dartmouth College of Arts and Sciences shines a spotlight for high school students
The Spotlight Program brings students to campus, so they can experience college while still in high school.
New study finds cranberry juice compounds that help prevent bacterial infections
UMass Dartmoutth, WPI scientists partner on research published in international journal
Professor's new book challenges use of test scores to evaluate teachers
Public Policy Professor Mark Paige: Linking employment status value-added models based on standardized test scores “is unfair and flawed”
SMAST researchers' newly patented strategy would enhance fisheries management
Onboard 3D camera system aimed at reducing monitoring costs and increasing fish count accuracy
James J. Karam Scholarships awarded to six area students
Six area students will share $28,000 in scholarships from the James J. Karam Scholarship Fund.
$1 million gift to support student scholarships
Harold and Virginia Lash Scholarships will support students in nursing, bioengineering, computer science, management information systems, and English
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
Cranberry and fisheries research funding included in budget passed by Legislature
Budget includes $450,000 for School for Marine Science and Technology and $100,000 for Cranberry Health Research Center.
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship building a business bridge from the SouthCoast to India
Initiative seeks to bring innovative educational, research and product prototyping capabilities to the institutes, universities and commercial enterprises in India while also generating revenue to support the CIE’s regional business incubation efforts.