Tianna shared her experiences and advice at an Internship Showcase sponsored by the Career Development Center
Mixing hockey with studies in entrepreneurship and small business
Inspired by her love of video games, Shelby Quill '18 hopes to create art in the gaming industry.
Jarell Samuel '18 chose to major in MLS to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a scientist.
Combining her interests in physics and art, Tia Martineau '18 designed the mural for Prof. Khanna's supercomputer trailer.
Shaad Mahmud PhD '18 won first place at the Sigma Xi research exhibition for his research on a portable NICU for premature infants.
After gaining lab experience as an MLS major, Rachael Buchanan '18 is focusing on the healthcare side of lab medicine.
Acting on her passion for immigration law, Isabel Saavedra, JD ’14 has worked with detainees at the U.S. border with Mexico.
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.
Last summer, UMassD students spent two weeks investigating microbial life in Iceland.
After attending a UMassD career fair, Jamie Losanno '17 interned at Dell/EMC.
Pires served as the country's first prime minister prior to his presidency and is celebrated for his role in making Cape Verde a “model of democracy, stability, and increased prosperity."
Imad Jbara, a senior psychology major, felt he had something to say, and he found a unique way to say it.
Shake The Ship gives students a voice in the changes they’d like to see on campus.
After completing internships at Akamai Technologies and LifeWork Search, Ashley Gelin '17 has a better understanding of the type of career she wants.
Hera Gallery director Adrien Mercier '15 says his CVPA classes prepared him for a successful career.
Arnie the Corsair joined students in thanking faculty and staff for their donations
UMass Dartmouth welcomed its newest Corsairs this week, as they moved into residence halls, gathered for Convocation, and began classes.
An opportunity to highlight UMassD’s current progress and future opportunities around accessibility issues.
Carly Rousseau ’14 is an experienced traveler who studied abroad during her undergraduate years, and recently she earned a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship for the next academic year.
The AfterMath Symposium connects mathematics alumni with current students.
CVPA welcomed 145 of the state's most creative high school students for a weekend of intensive art-making.
After learning about perspective in her media techniques class, Emily Moreau '17 is pursuing an independent study of architecture.
Supported by the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement, UMassD students spent spring break helping communities in Guatemala, North Carolina, and on the SouthCoast.
UMass Dartmouth puts policy and science into action
The New2U Program collected 6,000 pounds of clothing, two 40-foot trailers full of household goods, and 27 shopping carts full of food.
Established in 2008, the Sustainability minor is the University’s largest and fastest growing minor.
The addition of the Innovation Learning Collaborative at the Star Store campus created more 3D fabrication options for CVPA students.
A National Science Foundation grant will provide hands-on research opportunities to students interested in marine biology, fisheries oceanography, and estuarine and ocean science.
Brittany Doherty '14 credits her leadership experience at UMassD for her success in the business world.
For Nikhila Vijaybhaskar, joining the Master in Professional Writing program was absolutely the right move. It led to her dream job.
Ellisha Alexina '11 built her fabric business around a technique she invented during her senior year at UMassD.
Jacob Vaillancourt '12 co-founded technology and waste management company Waste Hub to create a sustainable future.
Paul Duarte joins Boston Financial Data Services, Inc. as a Knowledge Coordinator
Kathleen Landers knew she wanted to advance and improve her writing style before she went into the workforce.
Noticing that many veterans had "fallen through the cracks," Ryan Arsenault JD '16 attended law school with the goal of practicing veterans law.
Elizabeth Janson PhD '16 is committed to transforming public education and providing youth with the resources they need.
Tayla Vincent '16 developed UMassD's Shake the Ship open forum for students.
Bethany Phillips '16 traveled to Haiti as part of the College of Nursing's Community Health Nursing course.
Chris LaPorte '16 hopes to bring change to the world through a commitment to service.
Through coursework, internships, and a graduate assistantship, Marissa Matton '14 MA '16 has prepared for a career in web writing.
Student Trustee Jacob Miller '16 has an unwavering commitment to public service.
Pursuing research, running track, serving as a student leader, and working on campus, Barbara Okafor '16 has kept her focus and managed her time wisely.
Henry Cho '16 views the challenge of a dual major the best decision he ever made.
Dylan Baker ’16 completed internships with NASA at the Stennis and Goddard Space Centers.
An Endeavor Scholar, Alyssa Nastri '16 is an intern with New Bedford's AHA! Night.
Sean Townsend '16 plans to pursue an MBA after co-founding campus smoothie bar Jumpin' Juice.
Breanna Labelle '16 transferred to UMassD after discovering CVPA's Design Department.
Trevor Mattos MPP '16 worked at the Public Policy Center, researching SouthCoast issues.
Shereen Cruz '16 gained experience on a service trip to Haiti and in researching diabetes.
Stacey Miner MA '16 focused her career goals after interning at a mental health and addiction outpatient facility.
Joana Reis '16 completed an internship with the NSF Robert Royce Teaching Program.
Marina Kowaleski '16 applied classroom knowledge to her internship with the university's Marketing and Public Affairs departments.
Abner Barros '16 credits the College Now/START program for his success as an engineering student.
Cuong Abel Sy MFA '16 explored personal identity in his artisanry thesis, a series of bronze, gold, and silver necklaces.
Christine Letsche JD '16 participated in a range of learning experiences, including bail arguments and revocations, plea colloquies, and jury and bench trials.
Megan DeBarros '16 has had marketing internships with RI Novelty and Your Sports Marketing Group.
Sharon Kumar '16 credits the Endeavor Scholarship for fostering her love for service.
Inspired by his internship experiences at the city, state, and federal levels, Jason Strojny '16 plans to pursue a career in public service.
Michael Dueñas JD '16 credits UMass Law's Immigration Law Clinic as a transformative experience in becoming a successful lawyer.
Jesse Waidler '16 focused his undergraduate studies on history and French before pursuing his master's in education.
Ausubel Pichardo '16 co-founded Share Esperanza, a service organization working in his native Dominican Republic, Haiti, and New Bedford.
Joseph Zottoli '16 researched American horseshoe crabs during his internship at Rutgers University.
Carolina Mendez '16 focused on international business as she studied in Lancashire and explored several European nations.
UMass Dartmouth students have a voice at their university—and in the changes they’d like to see
Doug Zemeckis researched the spawning dynamics of the Atlantic cod during his doctoral studies at SMAST.
Sarah Lavalette '16 completed internships at the UMass President's Office and the Rockport Company.
Visiting a trio of historical sites elevates students' understanding of culturalism and the meaning of activism.
Victoria Arons '16 credits the College of Visual and Performing Arts' foundations program for transforming her into a well-rounded artist.
UMassD's education 4+1 master's program is preparing Colleen Reynolds '16 for a career as a math teacher.
Tim Waithe '16 participated in the College of Nursing's inaugural "Bridging the Atlantic" exchange with the University of Azores.
Mayra Class '16 majored in psychology to help people live healthier lives.
Semirah's internship exposed her to the daily work life of an engineer and helped her clarify her goals.
More than 600 international students are at UMass Dartmouth to acquire knowledge, improve skills, and pursue research
Engineering graduate student Daniel Noyes '15, MS '16 was one of two winners at the Advanced Cyber Security Center's New England conference.
2013 SMAST alum Katherine Thompson talks about her experiences as a marine science student and her new career.
Deborah Dele-Oni '18 researched immunology during her internships at UMass Medical and Brown University.
Using resources at the Charlton College of Business and the Career Development Center, Luis Perez secured internships at leading accounting firms
UMassD alums the focus of UMass Medical’s Match Day story for 2015
Dr. Ranuga will discuss the struggle for meaningful change in the educational system
Award-winning actress and local native is raisin’ cane at the Zeiterion
Following her internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Miriam Asangong '16 was offered a position as an accountant/auditor with the firm.
UMassD’s Black History Month Planning Committee becomes Black History 4 Seasons Council and offers programming throughout the year
Computer Science and Electrical & Computer Engineering students benefit from Lance Fiondella’s array of research awards
Rebecca Hutchinson has two new acquisitions in two collections starting off 2020. Her wall piece Tri-Form Purple will be displayed in the Boston Children's Hospital's New NICU Reception area. She also has two hanging sculptures which will be displayed at The Waldorf Astoria Maldives on Ithaafushi Island.
There is much to celebrate and look forward to in 2020
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