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 UMass Dartmouth Magazine - Video


Welcome to the video version of UMass Dartmouth Magazine. Click on any of the links below to watch interviews with faculty, staff and students featured in the most recent edition of the magazine.

The magazine, which is distributed by mail to 35,000 alumni, friends, faculty and staff, is also available online. Interviews can also be heard throughout the day on WUMD-FM 89.3.  


UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean macCormack discusses the current and future state of public higher education.

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The Lost Children of Alexander the Great - Prof. Brian Williams discusses his journey with Prof. Adam Sulkowski to a remote village in Pakistan.

"After the heat, pollution and crowds of Pakistan proper, we found this pristine mountain enclave filled with incredibly hospitable farmers and shepherds to be a veritable Shangri-La,'' wrote Dr. Williams.


UMass Dartmouth Fulbright Scholars offer insights into the work that earned them their national distinctions: Lisa Maya Knauer (Sociology/Anthropology) on human rights in Guatemala; Jerry Blitefield (English) on the Hungarian uprising against the Soviet Empire; and Cathy Curran (Business) on marketing to children in Europe. This trio, along with Maureen Hall (Education) and Vicki Crayhon (Photography) will be spending next semester at overseas universities and will return with knowledge and ideas to share with their UMass Dartmouth students. Dr. Knauer blogDr. Blitefield blog.


Holding firm on textbook costs - Business professors Godwin Ariguzo and Steve White, shown here with UMass Dartmouth Campus Store Manager Kathy Hickey, remember what it was like to pay for college. So now, they are trying to ease the burden on their students by working with the book store and publishers to give students and faculty more affordable choices -- from used books to e-books.


Business major Elizabeth Townley, undergraduate president of the Charlton College of Business NetImpact chapter, is engaging students, faculty and staff in campus sustainability initiatives. The Charlton College student team among the top 23 of 270 chapters located around the world, joining business schools at the University of California Berkley, University of Chicago andColumbia University.


Public Policy Prof. Mike Goodman examines the state of the economy and the prospects for emerging from the Great Recession.