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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

Crime and justice studies faculty and alumni contribute to new book

"Abolish Criminology" features contributions by abolitionist professors, artists, poets, imprisoned and formerly imprisoned scholars from around the country

The Jia Lab, photographed on the campus quad in the spring of 2023
Xiaofei Jia awarded two NIH R01 grants to study HIV-1 eradication

Biochemistry professor wins two R01 grants in two months

Biology students investigating microbiomes in Iceland
Biology class studies microbial diversity in Iceland

Students earn three credits in two weeks with European peers

Shakhnoza Kayumova
Shakhnoza Kayumova named U.S. Fulbright Scholar

Associate Professor of STEM Education will conduct research in Uzbekistan during the spring semester of 2024

Inaugural Founders' Scholars Olivia DeSimone (left) and Kailey Sousa (right)
Inaugural Founders' Scholarships awarded to two incoming students

Scholarships cover high-achieving Massachusetts residents' tuition, fees, food, and housing for four years

Twenty members of the UMassD Model UN team and 14 students from Japanese universities pose for a picture after winning outstanding delegation in New York City.
Model United Nations wins outstanding delegation

Joint presentation with Japanese delegation also takes home honorable mention in NYC conference

UMassD students pose with local Guatemalans during their alternative spring break
UMassD students help build sustainable water filtration solutions in Guatemala

Eleven students spent their spring break improving the health and hygiene of Guatemalan women and children

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