January 19, 2005 Quahog May Hold Key to Botulism Antidote Quahog May Hold Key to Botulism Antidote UMass Dartmouth researchers exploring New England seafood stalwart's ability to survive massive doses of deadly toxin
December 21, 2004 UMass trustees approve public law school in Dartmouth The UMass Board of Trustees approved the acquisition of the Southern New England School of Law in Dartmouth, a major step in establishing a the Commonwealth's first public law school.
December 20, 2004 Slots At Ma Tracks Will Generate $300 Million If state leaders next year approve 1,000 slot machines at each Massachusetts racetrack, the four tracks will generate at least $300 million, according to a preliminary review by the Center for Policy Analysis (CPA) at the University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth. Estimates show that the 4,000 slots will also capture $100 million from Rhode Islands two slot parlors --- Lincoln Park and Newport Grand.
December 10, 2004 "Boom! A Chemistry Magic Show" Boom! A Chemistry Magic Show. Join us in celebrating the holidays with chemistry demonstrations. The chemistry show illustrates many principles of science.
December 6, 2004 UMass System Rated one of the 50 Best Universities in the World The Times of London has ranked the UMass system as the 45th best university in the world and the 20th best in the United States.
December 6, 2004 UMass Dartmouth receives $5.8 million in federal funds for marine and textile sciences Senators Edward Kennedy and John Kerry and Congressman Barney Frank have announced that the omnibus spending bill passed recently by Congress includes more than $5.8 million in federal funds for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth programs that will benefit southeastern Massachusetts.
December 2, 2004 UMass Dartmouth Professor Receives Conservation Award University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Professor Kevin Stokesbury received the 2004 Belding Award for marine resource conservation Thursday in a ceremony at the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center in Fall River.
November 29, 2004 Javanese Gamelan Music Featured At UMass Dartmouth December 16 Javanese Gamelan Music will be featured At UMass Dartmouth on December 16. World renowned composer I. M. Harjito will direct the concert of Indonesian music. Guest artists will include Srihadeni Harjito, Triwik Harjito, Joseph Getter, Chris Miller, and Marc Perlman. The event is sponsored by the Music Department and the College of Visual and Performing Arts.
November 19, 2004 John Magnan's exhibit, Body Image, Body Essence, is raising ovarian cancer awareness John Magnan's exhibit, Body Image, Body Essence, is raising ovarian cancer awareness. The art symbolizes subtle and obvious changes women experience during ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment.
November 19, 2004 A Journey through the Diversiland of India The UMass Dartmouth Center for Indic Studies, in cooperation with the UMass Dartmouth Library Associates, will present A Journey through the Diversiland of India at 2 p.m. on December 5. The program will be held in the Library's first floor Browsing Area.