December 15, 2014 UMass Dartmouth's 13th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast takes place February 6 University welcomes columnist and law professor Patricia Williams as keynote speaker
December 8, 2014 Miss Massachusetts 2014 visits UMass Dartmouth to take a stand for STEM Lauren Kuhn welcomed by Society of Women Engineers at UMass Dartmouth for conversation on STEM education and careers
December 5, 2014 UMass Dartmouth among most affordable public schools in the United States for out-of-state students AffordableColleges.com ranks UMass Dartmouth 17th on list of 50 schools that are most financially accessible
December 5, 2014 Massachusetts Secretary of Education to speak at UMass Dartmouth December 9 Secretary Matthew Malone to speak on "The State of Education in the State"
December 4, 2014 UMass Dartmouth Star Store Artisanry Holiday Sale begins December 11 Just in time for the holidays, UMass Dartmouth CVPA students selling artwork as unique gifts
December 3, 2014 UMass Law students helping to protect rights of mental health patients Students at UMass Law conducting research project on rights of mental health patients
December 3, 2014 Photography of UMass Dartmouth and BMC Durfee High School students on display at Fall River Government Center Opening of "Fall River Portraits from the Walkable City" takes place tomorrow, December 4, 4-6 p.m
December 3, 2014 UMass Law students helping to protect rights of mental health patients UMass Law students are assisting the Mental Health Litigation Division of the Committee for Public Counsel Services by conducting research to protect the rights of mental health patients subject to conditional voluntary admission to a mental health facility.
November 13, 2014 UMass Dartmouth hosts founder of NGO dedicated to poverty alleviation Tony Meloto to discuss Gawad Kalinga's mission to eradicate poverty November 18
November 13, 2014 New UMass Law Commonwealth Fellows program aims to reduce law school costs for qualified Massachusetts students Program to support Massachusetts residents or Massachusetts public higher education graduates with 152 or higher LSAT score, 3.0 or higher undergraduate GPA.