The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees and President Martin T. Meehan request the honor of your presence at the Investiture Ceremony of Mark A. Fuller, PhD, sixth Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth since the campus joined the University of Massachusetts System.
The Inauguration of Chancellor Mark A. Fuller
Friday, October 14, 2022
3 p.m. Main Campus Quad
Reception to follow
All Attendees & University Delegates must RSVP.
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About Chancellor Fuller
Dr. Mark Fuller was appointed Chancellor of UMass Dartmouth in August 2021. A first-generation college student himself, Dr. Fuller is a passionate advocate for public higher education and is deeply committed to UMass Dartmouth’s mission as a public research university dedicated to engaged learning, discovery and innovation. He places critical focus on student access and affordability; on diversity, equity and inclusion; and on building and strengthening community relationships. Dr. Fuller believes that UMass Dartmouth is uniquely positioned to prepare students with the skills they need for lifelong success and making positive contributions to the Commonwealth and their communities. He came to the Dartmouth campus after 12 years at UMass Amherst, where he spent nine transformative years as Dean of the Isenberg School of Management, and three years as Vice Chancellor for Advancement.
About UMass Dartmouth
UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a dynamic public research university dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research, resulting in lifelong student success. The university’s story is one of tremendous momentum and continuous expansion. Established in 1895, UMass Dartmouth has evolved from its textile roots into a comprehensive, nationally ranked research university. Ranked second in Massachusetts and 59th nationally for social mobility, UMass Dartmouth is proud to serve as an important engine of opportunity for a diverse and talented student body.