UMass Dartmouth professor's research shines light on iron deficiency, overload in human body
Chemistry/Biochemistry Professor Maolin Guo's lab develops new imaging probes capable of detecting iron pools in living cells
Award-winning author Carlos Eire urges Class of 2015 to "never dare to stop daring"
UMass Dartmouth celebrates Class of 2015 College of Arts & Sciences
UMass Dartmouth 2015 College of Arts & Sciences Commencement ceremony takes place today
National Book Award Winner Carlos Eire to receive honorary degree and offer keynote address to Class of 2015
Author Robert Waxler to discuss latest work and how "books can change lives"
Two readings scheduled at White's of Westport and Southworth Library in Dartmouth
For closing event of National Poetry Month, UMass Dartmouth students to share original works
Community reading celebrates publishing of annual literary review tonight at UMass Dartmouth
UMassD Q&A on World Book Day with English Professor Robert Waxler
Today, April 23, 2015 is World Book Day celebrating, authors, illustrators, books, and reading. Professor Waxler discusses why reading books still matters and his own list of 10 books we should read before we die.
UMass Dartmouth to welcome 2015 Langston Hughes Award Winner Everett Hoagland during National Poetry Month
Former New Bedford Poet Laureate to visit UMass Dartmouth tomorrow April 21 for poetry reading
UMass Dartmouth psychology professor to discuss if mindfulness training has real benefits or is just another fad
Assistant Professor Aminda O'Hare to talk on mindfulness and the brain today at the Claire T. Carney Library
In newest book UMass Dartmouth professor details story of memory and addiction
"Lord Fear is a psychological and artistic juggernaut." --Anthony Swofford, author of "Jarhead"
UMass Dartmouth, UCSF Research Demonstrates Shared Rules of Development Can Predict Patterns of Evolution in Different Species
Collaborative Study Published in Nature Communications