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 '18 found her passion for psychology after taking elective courses.
Senior design project promoted campus diversity and dialogue.
Callie Nunez '17 has been recognized for her efforts to raise awareness around combating the ongoing opioid crisis.
The next step for Brandi Bass '17 is the management development training program at Aetna, Inc.
UMassD alum joins Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Waterway Protection Program to help address Commonwealth's statewide concerns
Mechanical engineering major Tharima Ferdausi talks about how receiving scholarship support has allowed her to focus on her career path.
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.
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 gained professional experience in marketing & social media.
As a crime & justice studies undergraduate, Justin interned for the United States Marshals Service in Washington, DC.
Graduating with a PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, he has previously earned three other degrees at UMassD.
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