Using various media and formats, David explored different modes of observation and identity.
Matthew Crossman: Research on cybersecurity
Ana Paula Krelling is the first first dual-degree Ph.D. graduate of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science (SMAST) and the University of São Paulo Institute of Oceanography (IOUSP).
Christopher Crogan's research, "Mind's Brains and Robots: Towards a Computational Theory of Semantics," focuses on the human mind.
Carlos Colon's research with the UMass Drone project led to internships with the International Center for Terrorism Studies and the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism.
Kiley Alpaugh won the Margaret Mullaney Panos Honors Essay Contest and was awarded third place in UMassD's "Three-Minute Thesis" competition for her Honors Thesis Project: "The Impact of Therapy Dogs on College Students’ Stress Levels."
Sidafa Conde is pursuing his PhD in Engineering and Applied Science with a focus in Computational Science and Engineering.
Working with Prof. Fisher, Matthew Wise researches white dwarf stars that become supernovae.
Amanda Stubbs received the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and the American Institute of Chemists Award.
Michael Massoud's research project correlated sleepiness and stress in college students.
Catherine O'Keefe earned her PhD in Living Marine Resources and Management at SMAST.
Camille David earned his PhD in Marine Sciences/Coastal Systems Science at SMAST.
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