Dr. Jennifer Koop earns NOAA grant to work with Atlantic sea scallops
Dr. Koop was awarded a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for her proposal, "Transmission of apicomplexan infection and development of gray meat in Atlantic sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus."
President Meehan awards 4 faculty members sci-tech and creative economy grants
Grants include UMass Dartmouth research and outreach related to New Bedford's anti-slavery history, concussion-preventing materials, bio-degradable plastics for medical use, and partnership with Provincetown
UMass Dartmouth hosts the 2016 Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (AEPL) conference
The AEPL conference will explore layers of literacy−from immersion to reflection−in hopes of suggesting a shift in how schools approach teaching.
Chancellor Helm addresses regional business leaders
Describes economic, cultural and civic impact of UMass Dartmouth
Community Companions: Collaboration and Celebration!
Community Companions: Collaboration and Celebration! is an event that celebrates a 15-year commitment to community service through experiential learning.
College of Arts and Sciences releases Chancellor’s and Dean’s List for Spring 2016
CAS recognizes and celebrates student academic achievement
UMass Dartmouth generates nearly half billion dollar annual economic impact
Donahue Institute study finds return on state investment is nearly 7 to 1, including 2,255 jobs beyond the campus
It’s never too late to join the online community
Online student Michael Weber will complete his undergraduate education after a fifteen-year hiatus.
Q&A on the gig economy
Public Policy Center Executive Director Michael Goodman offers his thoughts on some new economic realities
Environmental Policy Professor Chad McGuire to take part in panel on preparing for climate change
Professor McGuire to speak on coastal resiliency planning June 13