Jennifer Legee '17: Peer mentor
As the Connect program's peer mentor lead, Jennifer Legee '17 helps other students discover their potential.
Summer research for senior physics majors
Tia Martineau' 18 & Kiersten Nunes '18 participated in NSF-funded summer research programs.
Ellie Paris-Miranda, MBA, PhD '17: Doctorate in Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies & Theory, MBA in International Entrepreneurship
Ellie Paris-Miranda's vision of the "Afro-shentrepreneur" focuses on the empowerment of African women and women of the African diaspora.
Sarah Riecke '18: Leadership and community engagement
Sarah, a management information systems major, is founder of the Big Data Club at UMassD
Amanda Prescott '18: pursuing a career in reliability engineering
Physics major forges her own applied physics track.
Mollie Madigan: Preparing for a career as a veterinarian
After visiting campus, Mollie Madigan '18 knew UMassD was where she'd accomplish her goals.
Rachel Allen: PhD in Nursing
Rachel Allen, PhD '18 is the first UMass Dartmouth recipient of a Jonas Center Nursing Scholarship.
Madison Boucher '18, three-time scholarship recipient
Political science and crime and justice major Madison Boucher talks about how receiving scholarships has allowed her to focus on academics, athletics, and community involvement.
Victoria Carter: Future in clinical psychology
Victoria Carter '18 found her passion for psychology after taking elective courses.
Matthew Najarian '17: Shared Voices
Senior design project promoted campus diversity and dialogue.
Brandon Berkley '18: Corsairs Hockey & Business Management
Through athletics and internships, Brandon has developed the discipline that will translate into a successful business career.
Deborah Dele-Oni: Research in immunology
Deborah Dele-Oni '18 conducted research during her internships at UMass Medical and Brown University.
Marcos Sastre-Cordova '14: PhD, Marine Observation Technologies
Alum Marcos Sastre-Cordova talks about his work as a systems engineer and explains how pursuing his doctorate degree at SMAST helped advance his career path.
Greg DeCelles '14: Living Marine Resource Science and Management
Alum Greg DeCelles talks about SMAST's collaborative environment and the added value of working with faculty, peers, and local fishermen
Valerie Hall '14: PhD Marine Science: Living Marine Resources Science/Management
Alumna Valerie Hall talks about her studies at UMassD's School for Marine Science & Technology and the Intercampus Marine Science Program, which allows students to take courses anywhere in the UMass system.
Dahlia Medeiros ’12: Environmental scientist and engineer
UMassD alum joins Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Waterway Protection Program to help address Commonwealth's statewide concerns
Vanda Depina '17: achieving goals, caring for fellow students
As the founder of C.A.R.E., Vanda Depina '17 created a supportive environment for students who are on their own.
Lexie Almeida: Admissions ambassador
Lexie Almeida '20 chose a biology major to prepare for a future as a physical therapist.
Semirah Dolan '18: Internship at eBay
Semirah Dolan '18 views her software engineering internship in Silicon Valley as a priceless opportunity.
UMassD students experience the heart of Black culture
In celebration of Black history, legacy, and culture, UMassD students intersect with a crowd of thousands of participants and viewers during the African American Day Parade – one of the country’s most distinguished national processions.
Heather Jo Davis, MFA '17: creating social commentary through visual art
Ceramics artist Heather Jo Davis, MFA '17 champions the value and preservation of wilderness areas.
Meaghan O'Neill '17: Career in animation
Planning for a career in animation, Meaghan O'Neill '17 is a dual major in graphic design and digital media.
Welcome, Class of 2021
The Class of 2021 is made up of 1,351 first-year students from 16 states and 5 countries.
UMassD's new chancellor, Dr. Robert E. Johnson
Embracing innovation with an agile mind.
Travis Weiland, PhD '17 accepts tenure-track position
After graduation, Travis Weiland plans on moving to Boone, North Carolina to start his tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Appalachian State University.
Rahul Kashyap, PhD, '17 pursues the rhythms of the universe
One of the first graduates of the PhD in Engineering & Applied Science program, Rahul studied supernovae using some of the largest supercomputers in the world.
Brand new: Elizabeth Talerman '85
Elizabeth Talerman is an innovator in marketing and brand strategy.
LaDonna Christian MSN '07, PhD
Associate professor and director of the Dotson Bridge and Mentoring Program at Simmons College.
Building a better future
Thoughtful renovation nurtures innovation.
Sheri McCoy '80: Reviving a brand that empowers women
Sheri McCoy '80 is chief executive officer and director of Avon Products, Inc.
Danielle Czarnowski '15: encouraging women in STEM
Giving back to her alma mater and helping women succeed.
Diverse nurses for diverse communities
The Diversity Nursing Scholars Program addresses the need to recruit a more diverse population to become nurses.
Michael Leone '94: master of illusion
Playing with your mind and your heart in the fast-evolving field of visual effects.
Roxanne Leone '94: a leader in marketing
Roxanne Leone's accomplishments include winning the 40 Under 40 Leader Award from Dealerscope Magazine.
Callie Nunez '17: advocate for recovery
Callie Nunez '17 has been recognized for her efforts to raise awareness around combating the ongoing opioid crisis.
Brandi Bass '17: Management training at Aetna
The next step for Brandi Bass '17 is the management development training program at Aetna, Inc.
Tharima Ferdausi ’19, scholarship recipient
Mechanical engineering major Tharima Ferdausi talks about how receiving scholarship support has allowed her to focus on her career path.
Quinn Harris ’18, scholarship recipient
Illustration major Quinn Harris talks about how receiving a scholarship has enabled him to pursue his studies, develop as an artist, and engage in community service.
Matthew Phou ’18, two-time scholarship recipient
Bioengineering major Matthew Phou talks about the inspiration behind his interest in the engineering and medical fields, and the benefit of scholarships.
John Ferguson '17: From admissions ambassador to counselor
John Ferguson '17 gained professional experience in marketing & social media.
Michael Savaria, PhD '17: Graduate Student Commencement Speaker
Graduating with a PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, he has previously earned three other degrees at UMassD.
Kevin Delaney '17: Student Trustee
From student leadership to study abroad, Kevin Delaney '17 has participated in many of the experiences and opportunities available to UMassD students.
Eve Kuzmech '17: One of "29 Who Shine"
Peer health educator Eve Kuzmech '17 took on leadership roles and conducted research to improve student health and safety.
Talia D'Ambruoso '17: bioengineering to improve lives
Well-rounded: Talia D'Ambruoso '17 combined her studies in bioengineering with women's soccer, study abroad, and two internships.
Jenyka Gassnola '17: Advocate for women who need a second chance
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.
Mabel Tejada '17: working for change
Mabel Tejada '17 envisions a career that will be driven by her values and beliefs.
Sofia Reppucci '17: President, Student Government Association
As a student leader, Sofia Reppucci '17 has learned the "true power of change."
Gabrielle Monteiro '17: Future in sustainable urban planning
Gabrielle Monteiro received the 2015 Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellows Award for her commitment to community engagement.
Crime and Justice Studies alumna finds her calling for business
While working as an insurance underwriter for Sun Life Financial, Elizabeth Beshansky decided it was time to earn her MBA.
Elizabeth Cross '17 is planning a career as a pediatric surgeon
A research internship at Yale and her studies in biology at UMassD have prepared Elizabeth for the challenges of medical school.
Alex Siddall '17: Washington internship
An internship at the State Department and a semester abroad in Germany have convinced Alex Siddall '17 of the value of international education.
Etienne Niyonsaba '17: journey to education & achievement
From school days in a refugee camp to the pursuit of a degree in accounting, education has been a constant for Etienne Niyonsaba '17.
Danielle Tinkham '09: award-winning teacher of physics
Physics alumna Danielle Tinkham was a regional winner of a PhysTEC Teacher of the Year Award.
Alumni Feature: Molly Harrington '12
Photography major Molly Harrington '12 is a photographer and photo editor for a Boston-based online fashion retailer.
Myles Dias '17: business studies, social justice, professional networks
MIS major Myles Dias '17 has broadened his horizons with involvement in DECA, Unity House, and the founding of an NAACP chapter on campus.
Dustin Roderigues ’17: motorcyclist, mechanical engineer, entrepreneur
A passion for motorcycles led Dustin to build the Tachyon, a prototype electric motorcycle.
UMass Dartmouth celebrates Cape Verdean culture
Carlos Wahnon Veiga, Ambassador of Cape Verde to the US, will deliver keynote address “Cape Verdean Communities and Belonging in Challenging Times” at the University’s 1st Annual Cape Verdean Cultural Day on Friday, April 7
Acclaimed filmmaker Clennon L. King to visit UMassD
Award-winning film Passage at St. Augustine chronicles movement that led to passage of Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Black History 4 Seasons programming begins January 15
UMass Dartmouth's Black History 4 Seasons Council announces events for 2017.
Samantha Gottlich: learning on the job through multiple internships
For marketing major Samantha Gottlich '18, gaining hands-on experience is an important step toward her dream job in social media.
Share Esperanza: Haiti service mission
Students working with the service organization traveled to Haiti in January to donate clothing, food, and supplies.
The Master in Professional Writing Program prepared Kris Cambra to work in higher education
Kris Cambra, Director of Biomedical Communications at Brown University, used her master's degree in professional writing to help her advance in higher education.
Biology and French alumna joins Brown University
After graduating in 2009, Lauren Watka blended her love of scholarship with adventure and experienced many exciting opportunities.