UMass Law welcomes General Counsel to U.S. Senator Marco Rubio April 9
Gregg Nunziata to speak on judicial nominating process at UMass Law
In newest book UMass Dartmouth professor details story of memory and addiction
"Lord Fear is a psychological and artistic juggernaut." --Anthony Swofford, author of "Jarhead"
UMass Dartmouth Charlton College of Business Professor Adam Sulkowski joins Run For Krystle campaign for 2015 Boston Marathon
Professor Sulkowski teams up with Renee Laurencelle '15 to raise funds for former UMass Boston business student who lost her life in 2013 at Boston Marathon
U.S. Senator Edward Markey to address UMass Dartmouth College of Engineering, College of Nursing, College of Visual & Performing Arts, and School of Marine Science & Technology Class of 2015
Senator Markey to receive Chancellor's Medal and offer Keynote Address at May 15 Commencement combined ceremony
UMass Dartmouth welcomes Poet Laureate of San Antonio and TED Talker Laurie Ann Guerrero
Laurie Ann Guerrero to give talk on "Education as Revolution" and take part in roundtable discussion at Frederick Douglass Unity House April 2-3
UMass Dartmouth Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality organize events in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
UMass Dartmouth's Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality (CWGS) have organized a series of events in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April.
UMassD Q&A on copyright fight over "Happy Birthday To You" with UMass Law Professor Ralph Clifford
One of the more popular, well-known songs in the world is at the center of a court battle with a federal judge in California set to decide whether a music publisher unlawfully collected licensing fees for the copyright to "Happy Birthday to You."
UMass Dartmouth professor's research helps improve teamwork of unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV)
Office of Naval Research awards Engineering Professor Ramprasad Balasubramanian $225,000 grant to address communication challenges in achieving multi-UUV autonomy
UMass Dartmouth nursing students travel to Azores and Haiti over Spring Break for experiential learning opportunities in Community Health
23 students from 21 Massachusetts communities traveling to the University of the Azores and Port au Prince, Haiti to assess health needs of deportees and new mothers
National legal analyst and best-selling author Rikki Klieman to address UMass Law Class of 2015 at May 18 Commencement
One of the nation's most celebrated lawyers and legal authorities to receive honorary degree from the Commonwealth's public law school