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.
UMass Dartmouth Center for Indic Studies marks fourth anniversary with Hindustani classical concert
The concert will feature sarod master Rajeev Taranath with Aditya Kalyanpur on the tabla.
UMass Dartmouth alumni to honor six for service and excellence during Homecoming Weekend
The UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association will honor six people who have distinguished themselves in their careers and in their service to the University and communitty. The annual alumni brunch, which will be held this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Campus Center, will culminate Homecoming Weekend at UMass Dartmouth and be followed with a series of Fall Festival events.
Two studies of Portuguese-Americans in Southeastern Massachusetts to be discussed at conference
Studies contribute significantly to understanding the region's politics, social history, economics and levels of education
Constitution dialogues at UMass Dartmouth and Southern New England School of Law on Sept. 22
Focus on First Amendment, anonymous sources, the judiciary and more with top scholars, and media members
UMass Dartmouth/Shore Support release report on New Bedford fishermen working conditions
A study by UMass Dartmouth economist Daniel Georgianna and fishermen advocacy organization Shore Support finds fishermen are working longer hours per trip.
UMass Dartmouth to Offer Master of Public Policy Degree; Receives Final Approval From Massachusetts
The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education voted today to approve a new Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree to be offered at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth starting in January 2006.
Ground Broken for Major UMass Dartmouth Research Facility
UMass Dartmouth officials broke ground today for a major new laboratory facility that will dramatically expand the university's research capability, which has already grown from $7 million to more than $17 million in annual activity over the last five years.
Changing Lives Through Literature Included in State Budget
Alternative sentencing and probation program is a national model
UMass Dartmouth Corsair Hall of Fame Announces Inductees for Class of 2005
Two former Corsair track athletes, Jean Lincoln Gauthier '94 and Mark C. W. Montigny '84 along with the late Bill Gathright, UMass Dartmouth's long-time Sports Information Director, are the inductees into the UMass Dartmouth Corsair Hall of Fame for 2005.