The Lamar McClinton Leadership award represents the legacy that leadership can create.
Ultimate career goal is to work in the Department of Justice as a federal prosecutor.
After gaining clinical experience, Rachael Buchanan '18 is focusing on the healthcare side of lab medicine.
Jarell Samuel '18 majored in MLS to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a scientist.
Professor Buck's book covers the process of academic writing and publication, as well as the push from more open access and multimodality.
Dr. Guo is engineering a tool to study protein in cells in order to identify disease-causing genetic mutations.
A $778,770 grant from the National Science Foundation supports Dr. Kayumova's research into the best ways to teach English-language learners the language of science.
Dr. Robert Drew utilizes newly developed genomic technologies to investigate the genes of clownfish.
Abigail Reid 18’ didn’t let health complications stop her from completing her double major in psychology and math, as well as starting a career as a technical analyst immediately after graduation.
Even after almost 20 years in academia, Professor Sigal Gottlieb continues to enjoy her years of teaching, especially interacting and mentoring her students.
As her four-year journey at UMass Dartmouth comes to an end, crime and justice major Rashelle Noncent ’18 has proven that hard work pays off.
A tool for building connections between complex ideas in fun, engaging ways
Thomas Stanwood used his philosophy major as a gateway to law school and the Olympics
Join students from UMASS Dartmouth and Buttonwood Park Zoo educators to explore conservation and climate change solutions.
Junior Diego Javier-Jimenez presented his research on Capitol Hill as part of the annual Posters on the Hill event.
UMass Press will distribute and market UMass Dartmouth-based Tagus Press’s distinctive scholarly and trade series, as well as its textbook series and peer-reviewed journal
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