Forging Connections Between Arts and Library
Freshmen Art & Design Students Create Zines Examining Library Resources
400 young adults to gather at UMass Dartmouth Sept. 28 for substance abuse summit
Health care, law enforcement, student, and community leaders will focus on “help, hope, and recovery” as Massachusetts confronts opioid challenge
Peace pole to be dedicated International Day of Peace Sept. 21
University peace pole is one of more than 100,000 in 180 countries around the world
Gratitude Day & Talk Like a Pirate Day
Arrrr! We’re putting a Corsair spin on Gratitude Day, Sept. 19.
Black History 4 Seasons programming begins
UMass Dartmouth's Black History 4 Seasons Council announces events for the 2017-2018 academic year
UMass Dartmouth moves up in U.S. News Tier 1 national rankings
After achieving Tier 1 status for the first time last year, the only Massachusetts Tier 1 research university south of Boston moves from 220 to 207 among 311 national universities. There are more than 3,000 degree-granting four-year institutions in the United States.
Statements regarding DACA
Chancellor Johnson, President Meehan, other UMass chancellors respond to rescinding of DACA
Chancellor Robert E. Johnson: "It's possible."
Message to students, faculty, and staff encourages belief in possibility thinking, succeeding against the odds
UMass Dartmouth PhD candidate named runner-up for Steven Berkeley Marine Conservation Fellowship
Megan Winton's research will improve understanding of Cape Cod’s emerging white shark population and serve as the foundation for future monitoring and conservation efforts.
Public Safety advises caution at main entrance during road repair
Several lanes to be closed August 24-25