A student-athlete motivated to achieve more
Preparing for a career in computer engineering
Fulfilling a dream to be a nurse
Discovering a passion for art
Learning to be the change
Eden has been accepted into the RISD Museum Guild program.
Owen, who earned his degree in physics at UMassD, attributes faculty mentorship and internships with helping him segue into a PhD program at the University of Colorado Boulder.
“We will continue to support UMassD and the values it has taught us."
Joshua supplements his studies with military service, real-world experience, and community engagement to prepare for his future as a software engineer.
The Women in Engineering Peer Mentoring Program preps Shannon, a first-year student, for early career success.
Prinkle Sharma and Vidhyashree Nagaraju, who completed their PhDs in Computer Engineering, have accepted tenure track faculty appointments at nationally ranked universities.
Faculty mentors, community service work, and a Dell EMC workshop help Spencer find the confidence to pursue a bright future in the field of marketing.
Blending community service work, networking, and exposure to big business is part of Larain’s strategy for inventing her future as an entrepreneur.
Palmer joined the Alumni Association Board to make a greater impact on current students
Ian Mwalago shares how finding an on-campus mentor and participating in the UMassD/Dell-EMC "Changing the Faces of Technology STEM Leadership" collaboration has positioned him for success.
Engineering foundation led to a career in cutting-edge fiber optic technology
“Supporting UMassD is something we should be really proud to be able to do.”
An internship at medical device start-up, a semester abroad in Cyprus, and challenging bioengineering courses were part of her career preparation
Marianne Sullivan values the future healthcare workers studying at UMassD
Worcester native connects success to her UMassD experience
Three Tocci sons look forward to successful futures
Craig Elkins witnesses the determination of UMassD students
Bailey, who is pursuing her PhD in marine science and technology, has been awarded a multi-year Department of Defense SMART Scholarship.
Being involved in a student organization for young professionals has helped Abderahmane, a computer engineering major, hone his leadership skills and land internships with two Fortune 500 companies.
Meshkat, a Civil and Environmental Engineering PhD student at MIT, collaborates with UMassD professors to develop app designed to help fight the effects of climate change.
Faculty mentorship and internships prepared Ike for a full-time accounting position with State Street Corp.
Ana honed her research skills through participation in Model United Nations events on campus and in New York City.
Two teams of Engineering students placed first and second in a national competition to create safer alternatives to hazardous flame retardants used in children’s sleepwear.
World traveler, high stakes negotiator, known as a trailblazing executive and clairvoyant marketer, Debbie Gustafson, BSME '85, has packed a wide range of experience into a stellar career.
For their senior capstone project, four mechanical engineering students worked for the MBTA to design and build a sensor to capture data along the Red Line's bumpy ride.
Dr. Tolentino will give a lecture on “U.S. Cabo Verde Relations: The construction of a historic and strategic partnership.”
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