Kris Cambra, Director of Biomedical Communications at Brown University, used her master's degree in professional writing to help her advance in higher education.
During her internship at Together We Bake, Jenyka Gassnola '17 gained new skills, was featured in an NPR article, and was invited to a White House event.
UMass Dartmouth’s Master of Professional Writing Program (MPW) helped Meg Cichon further her writing career and network in the science and university communities.
The College of Nursing's Global Health Collaborative is changing lives and communities on the international, national, and local levels.
An extensive number of service-learning offerings connect coursework with community assistance.
Jessica Coelho '06 established her popular downtown restaurant in 2013.
Art history professor Pamela Karimi is working with others to tell the story of abolitionist New Bedford.
Alison Wells, MFA '07 set her roots in downtown New Bedford, recently named a "Top 10 Creative City."
Researchers are using an old textile manufacturing method to produce a new protection against concussions.
Meaghan Koudelka ’16 joined the Peace Corps and is stationed in Ouarzazate, Morocco as a Youth Development Volunteer.
SMAST's Annie Bourbonnais received a National Science Foundation grant for her study of nitrous oxide cycling in the Western Arctic Ocean.
Researchers are testing whether oyster clusters can reduce nitrogen levels that destroy fish habitats.
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