Breaking New Ground: Paul Rudolph and the Architecture of the UMass Dartmouth Campus
When the first building of the UMass Dartmouth campus was completed in 1966, some thought it heralded the construction of the most beautiful campus in the U.S. Others were appalled by its austere gray style. Whatever the reaction, architect Paul Rudolphs vision for the campus evoked a strong response then and still does today. The UMass Dartmouth Library will host a symposium on its renowned architect beginning at 9 a.m., April 13.
Frederick Douglass Lecture features Deborah Prothrow-Stith on April 5
As part of the Breaking New Ground Initiative, Debora Prothrow Stith, associate dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, author and expert on community violence prevention will speak at UMass Dartmouth and at the Days Inn, New Bedford, Tuesday, April 5.
UMass Dartmouth will screen the film The Journey Of Cape Verde on March 30
The Journey Of Cape Verde is a recent documentary that explores issues of culture, identity and community in Cape Verde and in the growing Cape Verdean diaspora. Narrated in Krioulu and Portuguese (with English subtitles), the film was recently screened at the African Arts and Film Festival in Los Angeles.
The Center for Jewish Culture will hold two events in April at UMass Dartmouth
The Center for Jewish Culture will hold two events in April at UMASS Dartmouth Guest speakers are Sharon Leder and Stephen Z. Cohen
A Forum On Biotechnology And The Economy Of The Southcoast Region On March 24
UMass Dartmouth Will Be Hosting A Forum On Biotechnology And The Economy Of The Southcoast Region On March 24
UMass Dartmouth To Highlight Colleges - Community Connecting Work
Biotechnology, chronic illness, violence, literacy, architecture, arts, oceans and more is the focus of Breaking New Ground events on campus and in the community
Emmy winning writer/producer of The Simpsons to speak at UMass Dartmouth March 30
Mike Reiss, producer and writer for The Simpsons and other popular television shows will appear at UMass Dartmouth March 30, at 7 p.m. in the Main Auditorium.
Largest Estuaries Project in Commonwealth History Nears Halfway Point
A $1.2-million award has been received by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to finance the 2005 segment of the largest estuaries project in the Commonwealth's history. The award is part of a $12.5-million project that began in 2002.
Marine Graduate School to Award First Degrees
The University of Massachusetts' new marine graduate school, begun in 2001 to leverage the teaching and research of all UMass campuses, will award its first degrees this month.
Leading Afghan human rights leader to speak at UMass Dartmouth Feb. 23
Dr. Sima Samar stood up to the Taliban in defense of women's health and education Dr. Sima Samar, an Afghan medical doctor who ignored death threats and defied the Taliban to provide the girls and women of her country with access to health care and education, will speak at UMass Dartmouth on Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. The event will be held in the Main Auditorium in the Campus Center and is free and open to the public.