As a crime & justice studies undergraduate, Justin interned for the United States Marshals Service in Washington, DC.
Dr. Gaurav Khanna's supercomputer built from PlayStation 3 gaming consoles competes in an international cryptography contest.
Sidafa Conde is pursuing his PhD in Engineering and Applied Science with a focus in Computational Science and Engineering.
Dr. Sigal Gottlieb is the founding director of UMass Dartmouth's Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research (CSVR).
Oyindamola Ogunjobi founded the National Society of Leadership and Success UMassD Chapter.
The UMass Cranberry Health Research Center explores the health benefits of cranberries.
Artisanry students presented "City of Light" installation at Chicago's Sculpture Object Functional Art + Design Fair.
Global Marketing, MKT 362, culminates in a two-week International Summer University program in Wolfsburg, Germany.
CVPA students travelled to Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuzhen this summer.
Dr. Fisher uses UMass Dartmouth's Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research for his research of supernovae.
Working with Prof. Fisher, Matthew Wise researches white dwarf stars that become supernovae.
Samantha graduated in 2012 with a BA in Sociology with an option in Anthropology, as well as a minor in Religious Studies–and she earned magna cum laude and honors.
Prof. Hirshfeld's book details astronomical photography’s impact on modern science.
UMass Dartmouth’s Honors Program enriches students' educational experiences with lessons of leadership, scholarship, creativity, and community.
Anthony Natoli's internship at Sepaton prepared him for a position as the social media coordinator for Wagner Motor Group.
Amanda Stubbs received the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and the American Institute of Chemists Award.
Joshua Encarnacion was recognized as one of "29 Who Shine," an elite group of students representing the Commonwealth's 29 public colleges and universities.
Tabitha Kirkwood is planning a career in child and family law.
Michael Massoud's research project correlated sleepiness and stress in college students.
After studying abroad in Japan, Chany Peguero Peña returned for an internship with a Tokyo-based school photography company.
Anna-Rae LeClaire maintained a 4.0 GPA, balancing her studies with community service.
Nabil Bou-Mitri completed an internship at Fidelity Investments.
Rola Hassoun's participation with the Society of Women Engineers led to an internship with Unilever.
Catherine Anastasia plans to seek a position as a high school art teacher.
Catherine O'Keefe earned her PhD in Living Marine Resources and Management at SMAST.
Van Riley played with a variety of UMass Dartmouth ensembles.
Tiffany Ferreira welcomed newly accepted students to an "Experience UMassD" event.
Lauren Soares' internship at KPMG LLP led to a full-time position in IT advisory.
Olivia Ekeh, president of the Black Student Union, is heading to UMass Amherst in the fall to pursue a PhD in African American Studies.
Camille David earned his PhD in Marine Sciences/Coastal Systems Science at SMAST.
Co-captain of the cross country track and field teams, Christopher Jordan completed a co-op experience at Protonex Technology.
Justin Kadich worked at UMass Law's Immigration Law Clinic and organized a teach-in to raise awareness of local immigration issues.
Endeavor Scholar Paula Cruz plans to pursue a Master's in Public Health and a Doctorate in Nurse Practice.
Brandon Ward's internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Boston provided him with real-world experience in tax laws and procedures.
Student Trustee Colin Murphy received the Michael Dukakis Public Service Internship Award.
Jacqulyn Sardina plans to attend Bowling Green State University in Ohio to earn a Master's degree specializing in College Student Personnel.
Samantha Melchiono completed a research project that examined the impact of therapy dogs on children with autism.
Tricia Breton returned to UMass Dartmouth after a fifteen-year hiatus.
Kelsey Craveiro received a prestigious award for her Crime and Justice Studies seminar research paper.
Prof. Lucas Mann's first book, Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere, was published last year.
Study results show extreme warming conditions occurring from the Mid-Atlantic Bight to Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank may be due to an upsurge of warm core rings over a period of years.
UMass Law Professor Irene Scharf has volunteered over the past three months as an on-site mentor at Justice Bridge-Boston’s Grand Rounds.
University achieves National University status for fourth straight year
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