UMass Dartmouth judicial politics expert comments on Miers withdrawal
Kenneth L. Manning, a political science professor at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, a national authority on judicial politics, and co-author of the book, Judicial Process in America, commented today on Harriet Miers' withdrawal of her Supreme Court nomination.
Jack Welch to speak at manufacturing conference at Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center
Jack Welch, the legendary former CEO of General Electric, will speak at the Manufacturing Competitiveness Conference (MCC) hosted by the UMass Dartmouth Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center (ATMC) in Fall River on November 16. Mr. Welch will be introduced by the Governor's Office and will engage the audience in a discussion about manufacturing competitiveness. Each invited attendee will receive a copy of Mr. Welch's book Winning.
UMass Dartmouth presents Liberating Women November 4, 5
Liberating Women is a play written by Juli Parker that examines the current backlash against reproductive rights and a women's right to choose.
UMass Dartmouth-led team discovers non-stop swimming required by some sharks to stay alive
Findings to be published in prestigious Nature journal this week
UMass Dartmouth researcher identifies cancer-fighting cranberry compound
The work of Dr. Catherine Neto and her colleagues, published in aninternational science journal, is one of the first examinations of cranberry compounds' anti-cancer activity.
SMAST reorganizes administration of the graduate school and enhances existing partnerships with the Division of Marine Fisheries, NOAA and the fishing fleet.
English Department Colloquium Series presents 'Working Things Out' November 10
The romantic comedy will be followed by a question and answer session with Playwright and Professor, Morgan James Peters I aka Mwalim
Memorial service to celebrate the life and work of the late Dr. James Kaput
A memorial service to celebrate the life and work of the late Dr. James Kaput has been scheduled for Friday, November 4, 2005 at 4 p.m. in the Main Auditorium of UMass Dartmouth.
Center for University, School and Community Partnerships receives $54,000 grant from NEH
CUSP receives a $54,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to fund "Visions of Slavery and Freedom in the Writings of Lydia Maria Child, Frederick Douglass, Herman Melville and Harriet Jacobs" Faculty Humanities Workshops for teachers from grades 8-12.
UMass Dartmouth Constitution Forum Oct. 6
UMass Dartmouth will host a forum entitled "Peering Back and Looking Forward in 2005" in observance of Constitution Day.