Charlton College of Business alumnae Laodecia Fevrier talks about benefiting from leadership opportunities, building a personal brand, and her career goals.
Emily Norwood is the recipient of a $10,000 scholarship for the upcoming academic year from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Bridging the Atlantic Program with Portugal provides foundation in community nursing
Marc talks about his versatile experiences as a student pursuing art history at the CVPA.
Sustaining Atlantic herring populations through examining alternative fishery methods
A blend of artistic research and social fields of study
Questioning the link between real-life violence and virtual violence.
Improving patient care through informatics and electronic health records
As a bioengineer, Jacob aims to help better the lives of others, while challenging himself.
A $778,770 grant from the National Science Foundation supports Dr. Kayumova's research into the best ways to teach English-language learners the language of science.
The Public Policy Center completes research and public service in the areas of education, health, housing, and economic development.
Chase Reardon, a rising junior at UMassD's Charlton College of Business, has been selected for the Commonwealth Financial Network's highly competitive Summer 2018 Internship Program.
After meeting midwives as a young child, Genevieve Sarro '18 plans to become a maternity nurse.
Mary Rose shares how her coursework, coupled with an internship, helped launch her career.
As a recipient of the prestigious Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant, Bryson will complete a body of work consisting of six to eight representational paintings.
Part-time lecturer in the English Department, Professor Julie Bowman recently published a review of a collection of plays by Melissa Leilani Larson.
Created a solo exhibition highlighting African-American student life on campus.
The Endeavor Scholar was recently recognized as one of the state's "29 Who Shine"
Becoming a teacher is Robert's chance to give back.
After taking a psychology course as a freshman, she decided that psychology paired well with mathematics.
Izak Thuestad & Alec Yonika uncover new features, employ new techniques in researching black holes
Pursued research in machine learning, computer vision, and transfer learning.
Art that explores the duality of the mind and the body.
Recipient of SIAM Student Paper Prize will begin Householder Fellowship at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Coursework and leadership involvement transition into real-world business experiences for Nicole Hernandez.
Illustration major Quinn Harris '18 has a goal of publishing his first children's book.
Michaella Lesieur used her mom as the source of her passion and inspiration.
The Lamar McClinton Leadership award represents the legacy that leadership can create.
Gladwell reached out to Fugate because of her research and her expertise in not only emotion and facial perception, but also because of her expertise in FACS, a tool for measuring facial expressions.
Ultimate career goal is to work in the Department of Justice as a federal prosecutor.
Gained real-world experience through two internships and his senior design project.
Opportunities for research have provided Colin Brown '18 with new perspectives on data science and his own career path.
After gaining clinical experience, Rachael Buchanan '18 is focusing on the healthcare side of lab medicine.
Combining hockey with a business major entrepreneurship and small business.
Jarell Samuel '18 majored in MLS to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a scientist.
Alum Marisa McCabe talks about the top-notch education she received at UMass Dartmouth's College of Visual & Performing Arts.
Next step: PhD in physics/astrophysics
Sheel, who pursued her master's degree in coastal systems science at UMassD's School for Marine Science and Technology, outlines the keys to career success.
Doctoral project teaches the art of building trust with substance-use disorder patients.
Dr. Guo is engineering a tool to study protein in cells in order to identify disease-causing genetic mutations.
Sarah, a management information systems major and student ambassador, is founder of the Big Data Club at UMassD.
A tool for building connections between complex ideas in fun, engaging ways
Dr. John Buck has received a grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research to execute a 5-year project on underwater sounds.
A team of management information systems and operations management students earn award in “Best Data Visualization” category at annual competition organized by the American Statistical Association.
Increasing the sustainability of asphalt pavements.
Dr. Robert Drew utilizes newly developed genomic technologies to investigate the genes of clownfish.
Samantha Reid '18 advances toward her career goals through leadership on- and off-campus.
Awarded the Burke Prize Fellowship in Theoretical Physics & Astrophysics.
From the dream of a college education to the reality of earning a degree
Using nanotubes to conduct electricity and allow early detection of failing structures
Jade Figueroa '21 believes in perseverance through resilience
Exploring the links between food, culture, and identity
UMassD alumnus Scott Tingle achieves his lifelong goal of becoming an astronaut.
Appointed physics lecturer at University of Rhode Island
Shared Voices encourages meaningful conversations about political, social, and cultural issues
Mariah Tarentino demonstrates how interspersing art and politics can help raise awareness.
The top news stories for 2017 reflect UMassD's commitment to innovation, progress, research, and student success.
The study of physics takes students into territory that is unique and inspiring.
The College of Engineering and the Society of Women Engineers to host a seminar featuring the work of Janeen Romie ’83, the detector engineering group lead at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)
UMass Dartmouth Police Chief Emil Fioravanti is pleased to announce that a team of assessors from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission is scheduled to arrive on Monday, October 1, 2018 to begin examining various aspects of the UMass Dartmouth Police Department’s policies and procedures, operations and facilities.
David Hogg and Jaclyn Corin will speak on campus about engagement of young people in civic life
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