Tweets of the Month: October
Championships, breaking new ground, and meeting future Corsairs are just some of our favorite tweets from the UMassD community this month.
Students take part in Million Man March in Washington, D.C.
40+ students participate in 20th anniversary March to address social justice in communities all across the country
Q&A on ‘The Drone Papers’ with History Professor Brian Glyn Williams
Professor Williams offers his reaction to the release of the documents, the impact this could have on the U.S. drone program, and just how expansive the U.S. Predator/Reaper drone assassination program is.
UMass Dartmouth English professor publishes short story fiction on experiences of mother whose journalist son was executed abroad
‘The Body’ by English Professor Caitlin O’Neil published in ‘The Kenyon Review’
Women’s and Gender Studies Professor Kristen Abatsis McHenry releases new book that investigates pink vs. green efforts in U.S. breast cancer movement
Dr. McHenry’s ‘The Green Solution to Breast Cancer: A Promise for Prevention’ examines converging aspects of U.S. breast cancer movement
Professor joins UMass Dartmouth after receiving international award in Spain for poetry
Hambre de imágenes (Hungry for Images) earns international award named for famous Spanish writer Antonio Gala
UMass Dartmouth professor's new book takes on dirty side of the garment industry
Assistant Public Policy Professor Nikolay Anguelov's "The Dirty Side of the Garment Industry" reveals the hidden costs of fast fashion
900+ New Bedford 7th graders to visit UMass Dartmouth campus through CONNECT Partnership College Immersion Program
Middle school students from New Bedford to gain college experience and take part in card making service project for seniors
Q&A on Pope Francis visit to the U.S.
Robert E. Pontbriand looks at historical nature of the Pope’s visit, the significance of his address to Congress, and what impact could the celebrity of Pope Francis have moving forward.
UMass Law professors to speak on hot button Supreme Court decisions
UMass Law faculty members will discuss three Supreme Court cases from the most recent term