March 31, 2003 "An African Extravaganza" and Percussion Ensemble performs at UMass Dartmouth April 19 The Pan-African Dance Group at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will present "An African Extravaganza" and The UMass Percussion Ensemble will debut their new Steel Drum Ensemble, El Caribe
March 20, 2003 Impact of the Governor's action on the UMass Bond Bil UMass Dartmouth had begun work repairing Cressy Field
March 20, 2003 Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, Presidential candidate, speaks on globalism, US international policy Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, Presidential candidate, speaks on globalism, US international policy, and the War on Iraq on Monday, March 24 at UMass Dartmouth
March 19, 2003 The future of the Massachusetts Cranberry Grower The future of the Massachusetts Cranberry Grower, a marketing research study by the Slade's Ferry Bank Center for Business Research at UMass Dartmouth, welcomed by cranberry industry seeking technical assistance
March 19, 2003 Consulate General of Germany, Boston, to speak at UMass Dartmouth March 26 The Honorable Rolf-Dieter F. Schnelle, Consul General of The Federal Republic of Germany, will be the guest of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
March 13, 2003 SMAST Mount Hope Bay study update scheduled March 26 Scientists at the School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth are studying the evolution of the ecosystem in Mount Hope Bay.
March 13, 2003 Poets reign in April at UMASS Dartmouth April is National Poetry Month and the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth is planning to celebrate with a month long reading series.
March 12, 2003 Bioterrorism, vaccinations, and state preparedness program March 26 An information program on "Bioterrorism: Local, State, and Regional Preparedness on Vaccination Issues" will be presented for the public on Wednesday, March 26 from 3-5 p.m. in the Campus Center Main Auditorium by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Nursing.
March 5, 2003 Researcher looks to Antartica for key to understanding global climate Dr. Mark Altabet, a professor at the School for Marine Sciences and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, is looking southwards for research opportunities in his field of marine biogeochemistry.
March 5, 2003 UMass Dartmouth Professor Karen Payton seeks to understand speech recognition The voices on the answering machine and the ATM sound human, but aren't. The vocalizations made by many who are deaf don't sound human, but they are.