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Christopher Norton '24 wins prestigious Google scholarship for student veterans

The electrical engineering major is 1 of 8 recipients nationwide.

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Jiawei Yuan receives $299K NSF grant

Associate professor of computer and information science receives grant for research on artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles

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Liudong Xing receives $420K NSF grant

Professor of electrical and computer engineering awarded $420K for research on modeling and mitigating cascading failures in the Internet of Things.

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Jiawei Yuan receives $240K NSF grant

Dr. Jiawei Yuan, associate professor of computer and information science, was recently awarded a $240K grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote cybersecurity education.

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UMass Dartmouth offers multiple paid internships to New Bedford High School students

Meeting the demand for a diverse and highly skilled workforce in some of the fastest growing industries

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Best online master's programs in computer science and technology

U.S. News & World Report ranks UMassD among best online master's in computer information technology programs

Dean Jean VanderGheynst and Banafsheh Seyed Aghazadeh
College of Engineering recognizes faculty and staff for outstanding service

The College of Engineering honors Banafsheh Seyed-Aghazadeh and Dapeng Li, winners of the 2023 Faculty Award for Excellence in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the 2023 Outstanding Staff Award

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College of Engineering announces inaugural Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

PhD candidate Merin Bosco '24 is the award's first recipient

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Alum-sponsored engineering capstone project dares UMassD seniors to strive for excellence

Engineering students partnered with Kimley-Horn to devise a renovation plan for a Raising Cane’s restaurant.

Inaugural Founders' Scholars Olivia DeSimone (left) and Kailey Sousa (right)
Inaugural Founders' Scholarships awarded to two incoming students

Scholarships cover high-achieving Massachusetts residents' tuition, fees, food, and housing for four years

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