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Students explore career opportunities and develop skills during Tech and Innovation Externship

The cohort of students from traditionally underrepresented groups gained essential career skills, networking experience, and first-hand interactions with companies in high-growth industries

UMassD nursing students pictured in the Azores, Portugal during their alternative spring break.
UMassD students return from alternative spring break trips

From Portugal to Panama, UMassD students use spring break to make a difference

Zachary Gay and Moly Gedutis
Future biologist and bioengineer receive 2024 Founders' Scholarship

Scholarship offers a four-year "full ride" for two high-achieving Massachusetts residents

Naomi Mwangi '25 pictured in the Grove
Psychology student wins spot in NSF's REU program

Naomi Mwangi will study Mind, Brain, Body, and Behavior at Emory University in Atlanta

Credit: LISA mission
NASA, ESA move forward on science supported by UMass Dartmouth faculty

UMassD faculty and students play prominent role in probing the history of the universe

Alyssa Giordano, a 2021 biology graduate.
Biology alumna and associate professor win Journal of Zoology's "Paper of the Year"

Paper explores ecological consequences of chronic road noise near predatory environments

Model U.N. students pictured in Germany
Model United Nations wins three awards in Germany

Two UMassD student groups won awards in the group's first international competition

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UMass Dartmouth partners with local high schools

From remote lectures to campus visits, local students find a supportive early college pathway through the Commonwealth Collegiate Academy program.

Yaribel Matos measures out vanilla to flavor the homemade ice cream the students would make using their newly-acquired knowledge of thermodynamics. Photo courtesy: Morgan Beard, Dartmouth Week
UMassD hosts 11th STEM4Girls Day

200 3rd to 8th-grade girls attend day of engaging STEM activities and conversations

Graphic courtesy Tia Martineau '18 (Physics)
UMassD PhD students and faculty gain new insights on binary black holes

PhD students lead international study on gravitational waves and black hole mergers

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