Heather Fatcheric: One of 29 Who Shine
Heather Fatcheric was recognized as one of "29 Who Shine," an elite group of students representing the Commonwealth's 29 public colleges and universities. She also received UMass Dartmouth's Lamar E. McClinton Student Leadership award and was named a "Pillar of the Community."
Tejendra Patel: Internships are crucial for success
Tejendra Patel held internships with Nextdrift Technologies and Akamai Technologies.
Sapna Jawid Piracha: Big data, philanthropy & travel
Sapna Piracha became Pakistan’s only female to sit on a panel of design engineers for the construction of the Gandhara International Airport, which upon completion will be one of the world’s largest airports.
Brittany Raposa: Health law & healthcare policy
Brittany Raposa plans to practice in family law or health and social policy law.
Matthew Crossman: Research on cybersecurity
WecJeannie Emmanuel: Research on cross-cultural emotional perception
Jordan McDonald: Education is the key to success
Carolyn McQuillan '15: Internship in graphic design
Carolyn McQuillan worked two summers as a graphic design intern for Liberty Mutual Insurance's Web & Communications team.
Matthew DaCosta: Holistic approach to healthcare
Carlos Colon: Understanding the roots of terrorism
Carlos Colon's research with the UMass Drone project led to internships with the International Center for Terrorism Studies and the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism.
Kiley Alpaugh: Embracing new experiences
Kiley Alpaugh won the Margaret Mullaney Panos Honors Essay Contest and was awarded third place in UMassD's "Three-Minute Thesis" competition for her Honors Thesis Project: "The Impact of Therapy Dogs on College Students’ Stress Levels."
Renee Laurencelle: Running toward a career in health & nutrition
Renee Laurencelle is one of UMassD's representatives with "Run for Krystle" in the Boston Marathon.
Aneudy N. Gonzalez: Commitment to public interest law
Aneudy Gonzalez worked at UMass Law's Immigration Law Clinic, which provides free legal services to immigrants.
Keneshia Estimé: Study abroad leads to self-discovery
Keneshia Estimé spent six months studying abroad in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
David Burr: Observation and identity in art
Ana Paula Krelling: first PhD graduate of SMAST & IOUSP
Ana Paula Krelling is the first first dual-degree Ph.D. graduate of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science (SMAST) and the University of São Paulo Institute of Oceanography (IOUSP).
Ryan Carey: Nurse on a cardiothoracic intensive care unit
As part of his Community/Public Health Nursing clinical experience, Ryan Carey participated in service trips to Haiti.
Maegan McConnell: Study abroad is life-changing
Maegan McConnell studied abroad for a semester in Prague.
Zachary Kowzic: Tangible experience in social media marketing
Zachary Kowzic held an internship with the university's Marketing and Public Affairs departments.
Sara Mycock Cederholm: Exploring the intersection of law & public education
Following the bar exam, Sara Cederholm JD '15 will begin work as a law clerk at the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Lauren Roche '15: A passion for art and politics
Lauren Roche completed an internship with Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley's community relations unit.
Nicholas Phillips: Growing bacteria to make bio-plastics
Aubrie Brault: Internship at the Zeiterion Theater
Aubrie Brault balanced a double major with internships, community service, and a position as an Admissions Ambassador.
Genesis Barrientos: Outstanding peer health educator
Genesis Barrientos received an Outstanding Student Award from the National BACCHUS Network for her work in peer health education
Samantha Smith: Biology major planning a career in opthalmology
For her Endeavor Scholar service project, Samantha Smith spent a week in Ghana working with Unite for Sight.
Jillian Bolinger: Researching exploding stars
Jillian Bolinger's research on supernovae earned her a spot at the 2014 "Posters on the Hill" event in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Shravani Kakarla: Researching biofuel & bio-manufacturing
Part of the first UMassD class to graduate with a major in bioengineering, Shravani Kakarla researched biofuel and bio-manufacturing.
Alyssa Foley: Social media internship & a promising future
Alyssa Foley held an internship with the university's Marketing and Public Affairs departments.
Jacqueline Tran: UMassD's first BaccMD student to enter UMass Medical
Christopher Crogan: Computational theory and the mind
Christopher Crogan's research, "Mind's Brains and Robots: Towards a Computational Theory of Semantics," focuses on the human mind.
10 steps to career success
Staff from the Career Development Center share their top suggestions for how to achieve career success.
Casey Snook: Service trip to Panama
Casey Snook '16 travelled to Valle Las Perlas, Panama, this August as part of Engineers Without Borders' ongoing project to rehabilitate the village's water distribution center.
Oriane Pitah: Experience of an international education
Oriane Pitah is an international student pursuing an MBA in accounting.
Preparing tomorrow's engineers
Over 100 teams of middle and high school students gathered at the Tripp Athletic Center to compete in the National SeaPerch Challenge.
Prof. Jing Wang: Blending tradition with innovation
Prof. Jing Wang earned the MacDowell Fellowship, one of the highest awards in the arts.
Julia Rayberg: Focus on entrepreneurship and social change
Julia Rayberg completed an internship with ROI Corporation.
Phillip Igoe: Research in software engineering
Emmanuel R. Fernandes Jr.: Gaining professional confidence at Hasbro
This summer, Emmanuel R. Fernandes Jr. interned in the Digital Technology department at Hasbro in Pawtucket, RI.
Zachary Aaronson: Professional & personal learning experience in Panama
Engineers Without Borders President Zachary Aaronson '16 traveled with the group to Panama in an ongoing effort to provide safe drinking water to the village of Valle Las Perlas.
This We Believe--UMass Dartmouth
Program for first-year students engages them in campus values as they join the academic community
From UMassD to UMass Medical
UMass Dartmouth offers several pathways to medical school and other health-related professional programs.
Dr. Chad McGuire: Understanding Climate Change
Dr. Chad J. McGuire, whose research focuses on environmental law, addressed Pres. Obama's Executive Order to address climate change.
Prof. Macrine's work with blind children in Qatar earns 1st prize at international conference
Prof. Macrine received a grant from the Qatar National Research Fund.
New research shines light on iron deficiency, overload in human body
Innovative program prepares first-year engineering students for future success
EGR 111: Introduction to Engineering and Computing provides first-year engineering students with experiences across the engineering disciplines.
X-ray diffractometer: device will advance research throughout the region
UMass Dartmouth's newly installed x-ray diffractometer is the only one of its kind in southeastern Massachusetts.
Excellence in business education
With AACSB accreditation, and a host of distinctions, Charlton College of Business is a great choice for business education
Maria Amell '16 paints photo portrait of campus with "Humans of UMass Dartmouth"
Maria Amell began a Facebook page to tell stories through photography and brief profiles.
Dr. Craig P. O’Connell "14: Focus on shark conservation
When he’s not conducting research on shark conservation or diving with great white sharks, O’Connell focuses on youth education
UMassD nursing around the world
The $1.25 million gift of Rear Admiral Julia Plotnick (Ret.) to the College of Nursing focuses on research and innovative teaching methods to advance global health.