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A snapshot of the eye drop simulation by a UMassD EAS-CSE graduate student, Cory Hoi.
NSF awards Alfa Heryudono & Mehdi Raessi $200K

Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Heryudono & Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Raessi will collaborate on a project to develop fast and accurate methods to numerically simulate the deposition of eye drops on biomimetic 3D models of human eye.

Yanlai Chen
NSF awards $650,000 grant to Associate Professor Yanlai Chen and colleagues to support and prepare students for STEM workforce

ACCOMPLISH grant will provide financial support and mentoring for low-income students over five years while emphasizing authentic computer-aided problem solving in core STEM courses

Professor Maolin Guo standing at lectern
Biochemistry professor receives funding to research rare neurodevelopmental condition

Professor Maolin Guo (Chemistry & Biochemistry) received a $150,000 grant from the Orphan Disease Center and Loulou Foundation to study CDKL5 disorder

Professor Cheng Wang
Mathematics professor receives NSF grant to create algorithms that break down the dynamics in physics, engineering, and biological sciences

Professor Cheng Wang will administer $150,000 of the grant to study highly efficient, structure-preserving numerical schemes for nonlinear gradient equations with singular energy potentials

Laptop with data graphs
UMass Dartmouth partners with Salve Regina University to offer a path to data science degrees

The 3+2 BA/MS in mathematics and data science will allow students to fast-track their education in an in-demand field

Professor Bromage and student in lab
UMass Dartmouth Biology Professor gains international attention for COVID-19 blog

Associate Professor Erin Bromage has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, and the New York Times for his work on the practical spread of COVID-19

Student Nur Rifat
UMass Dartmouth graduate student aids in quest to understand black holes

Nur Rifat developed a new model to discover gravitational wave discoveries

Grad Reports Best Colleges 2020, uploaded 4/5/23
Crime & Justice Studies among top programs

The program, which bridges social science and the humanities and offers a broad-based study of the criminal justice system, ranks #5 on GradReports’ 2020 Best Colleges list of 25 Best Colleges for Criminology.

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UMass Dartmouth announces $4.6M grant from the U.S. Navy for marine technology research

The largest grant in university history will fund innovative projects between university faculty and regional partners

Office of Undergraduate Research announces winners of 2019 Winter grants

The overall quality of the applications demonstrated the high level of undergraduate research conducted at UMass Dartmouth

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