Dr. Robert Fisher, Physics: Encouraging student success through research
Dr. Fisher uses UMass Dartmouth's Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research for his research of supernovae.
Starlight Detectives: Prof. Hirshfeld's latest book
Prof. Hirshfeld's book details astronomical photography’s impact on modern science.
The Honors Program enriches students' experiences
UMass Dartmouth’s Honors Program enriches students' educational experiences with lessons of leadership, scholarship, creativity, and community.
Kelsey Craveiro '12: Recipient of Kingston-Mann Student Achievement Award
Kelsey Craveiro received a prestigious award for her Crime and Justice Studies seminar research paper.
Lucas Mann: a passion for writing and baseball
Prof. Lucas Mann's first book, Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere, was published last year.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility represents a major step forward in research
UMass Dartmouth's 400 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer aids research by students and faculty.
Mechanical engineering alum builds Beacon of Freedom
UMassD alumnus John Berg '85 and his Franklin, MA company Carpe Diem Technologies, Inc. built the "Beacon of Freedom" atop New York City's new One World Trade Center.