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Associate Professors Hua Fang and Honggang Wang
College of Engineering professors receive $452,178 research grant from the National Institute of Health for development of statistical learning tool

Associate Professor Hua Fang (Computer & Information Science) and Associate Professor Honggang Wang (Electrical & Computer Engineering) to use innovative tool to analyze studies on diets and health implications

Student Akira Harper
Doctoral student awarded 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Doctoral STEM Education student Akira Harper joins an elite group of education researchers

SMAST to help guide regional offshore wind development
SMAST to help guide regional offshore wind growth

The Baker-Polito Administration, in partnership with the State of Rhode Island and the BOEM, announced UMass Dartmouth as one of four institutions selected as part of a Southern New England pilot regional fisheries studies project worth $1.1 million.

US School Choice Graph Map
Center for Marketing Research releases new report on school choice

The study examines school choice options across the nation and how Massachusetts compares

Dr. Yong Kim
Detecting COVID-19

Dr. Yong Kim, professor of bioengineering, is the developer of materials used in COVID-19 test kits.

Student Nur Rifat
UMass Dartmouth graduate student aids in quest to understand black holes

Nur Rifat developed a new model to discover gravitational wave discoveries

Students gathered on lawn for class
UMass Dartmouth professor featured in National Science Foundation virtual showcase

Dr. Shakhnoza Kayumova and “STEAM Your Way 2 College” program in the spotlight

Arghavan Louhghalam
New app helps combat climate change

The Carbin app, created by Dr. Arghavan Louhghalam and team, is designed to reduce carbon pollution, conserve fuel, and minimize the environmental impact of driving.

Alan Austin, PhD student at SMAST
Water quality and the environment

PhD student Alan Austin is shedding light on the importance of water quality to help stakeholders better manage the ecological health of estuaries in parts of New England and Brazil.

ONR Announce
UMass Dartmouth announces $4.6M grant from the U.S. Navy for marine technology research

The largest grant in university history will fund innovative projects between university faculty and regional partners

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