Supported by the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement, UMassD students spent spring break helping communities in Guatemala, North Carolina, and on the SouthCoast.
UMass Dartmouth puts policy and science into action
The New2U Program collected 6,000 pounds of clothing, two 40-foot trailers full of household goods, and 27 shopping carts full of food.
Established in 2008, the Sustainability minor is the University’s largest and fastest growing minor.
The addition of the Innovation Learning Collaborative at the Star Store campus created more 3D fabrication options for CVPA students.
A National Science Foundation grant will provide hands-on research opportunities to students interested in marine biology, fisheries oceanography, and estuarine and ocean science.
Brittany Doherty '14 credits her leadership experience at UMassD for her success in the business world.
For Nikhila Vijaybhaskar, joining the Master in Professional Writing program was absolutely the right move. It led to her dream job.
Ellisha Alexina '11 built her fabric business around a technique she invented during her senior year at UMassD.
Jacob Vaillancourt '12 co-founded technology and waste management company Waste Hub to create a sustainable future.
Paul Duarte joins Boston Financial Data Services, Inc. as a Knowledge Coordinator
Kathleen Landers knew she wanted to advance and improve her writing style before she went into the workforce.
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