July 2, 2003 Renaissance Kids Camp comes to Southcoast The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts, in conjunction with the Acushnet & Westport Public Schools, is proud to announce an exciting new summer camp called ?Renaissance Kids.? This innovative summer program will introduce students to several aspects of the visual and performing arts
July 1, 2003 SEMAP's Sizzling Summer Chef Series Three acclaimed chefs will demonstrate how to make seasonal specialties during SEMAP's Sizzling Summer Chef Series " Westport Cooks" at Lees Market in Westport. Native produce and other local products such as local wines and cheeses will be featured in all the recipes.
June 24, 2003 UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Denounces Hate-Crime On Sunday, June 23rd one of our graduate students, Mr. Saurabh Bhalerao, was brutally attacked, beaten and victimized while delivering a pizza in the community.
May 30, 2003 UMass Dartmouth scientist receives Fulbright Scholar Award John R. Buck, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the School for Marine Science and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant
May 29, 2003 JOHN ST. CROIX of Harwich graduates from UMass Dartmouth in May; will attend Harvard University in S JOHN ST. CROIX of Harwich graduates from UMass Dartmouth in May; will attend Harvard University in September
May 19, 2003 Grant Carlisle Foundation awards $7,200 to Southcoast Compeer Program The Carlisle Foundation of Framingham, MA has awarded the UMass Dartmouth Southcoast Compeer Program $7,200
May 14, 2003 Invitation to the UMass Dartmouth Community to attend Forum Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack issued the following invitation to the UMass Dartmouth Community via a broadcast E-mail on May 12, 2003.
May 14, 2003 NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth $200,000 NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth $200,000 to make program universally accessible through the Web
May 13, 2003 Scallop Survey to aid conservation and protect scallop harvest from Georges Bank to Virginia The School for Marine Science and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in cooperation with the commercial fishing industry will embark on the largest sea scallop field survey ever undertaken in the north and mid-Atlantic. The first vessel leaves New Bedford Harbor on May 24.
May 7, 2003 Explore MBA opportunities at UMass Dartmouth; information session on May 7 The Division of Continuing Education and Charlton College of Business of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announce MBA Program opportunities now available at the Professional & Continuing Education Center, South Main Street, Fall River.