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Year in Review Top 2021
Year in Review: Top 21 stories of 2021

A return to campus brought UMass Dartmouth together to achieve new heights

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UMass Dartmouth begins ocean science and technology partnership with Portuguese government

The international collaboration will promote educational, research, and economic opportunities

Jim LaCroix
UMass Dartmouth alum Jim LaCroix creates career opportunity for grad student

Brian Giordano expanded his software development skills via research assistantship opportunity at Huntington Ingalls Industries with the help of alum Jim LaCroix

UMass Dartmouth's new biodegradability lab aims to ease the impact of plastics in the world's oceans and landfills

With funding from PrimaLoft and the MassTech Collaborative, researchers bring focus to sustainability

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UMass Dartmouth football team New England Bowl champions

The Corsairs top off an impressive 9-2 season with exciting 42-16 bowl game victory

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UMass Dartmouth awarded nearly $1.2M for new Biodegradable Plastics Lab

Baker-Polito Administration awards $700k, PrimaLoft gives $450K in public-private investment to boost new marine tech research facility for the South Coast

UMass Dartmouth to debut exhibition featuring new interpretations of campus sculpture on November 11

Nancy Holt: Massachusetts celebrates the artist's regional connections and showcases new research

Empowering women in science & engineering

Engineering students receive a $1,000 scholarship awarded by the College of Engineering & Women in Defense—Greater Boston Chapter along with a 5-year scholarship from Women Innovation to support their goal of pursuing a career in the US STEM workforce.

April Cabral and her family
April Cabral ’03 brings awareness to breast cancer research

April uses her own diagnosis and the support of her UMassD friends and family to make a difference

Arnie and students
UMass Dartmouth community celebrates Blue & Gold Weekend

Students, families, alumni, faculty, staff, and the community celebrate on campus

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