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College of Engineering adjunct faculty finds new evidence for ringing black holes

A study led by Collin Capano, adjunct faculty in the Department of Physics, has been published in Physical Review Letters.

Nursing Faculty Scholarship Celebration on November 4, 2023
Nursing faculty enthusiastically present their research at Biennial Nursing Faculty Scholarship Celebration

Event provides an opportunity for nursing faculty to share their research with colleagues and students who were inspired by their professors' work

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Dr. June Andrews Horowitz elected president of international family nursing organization

Also honored with the Excellence in Family Nursing Award during annual conference that featured presentations by CNHS graduate students and faculty

Graphic courtesy Tia Martineau '18 (Physics)
UMassD PhD students and faculty gain new insights on binary black holes

PhD students lead international study on gravitational waves and black hole mergers

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Jiawei Yuan receives $299K NSF grant

Associate professor of computer and information science receives grant for research on artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles

The Jia Lab, photographed on the campus quad in the spring of 2023
Xiaofei Jia awarded two NIH R01 grants to study HIV-1 eradication

Biochemistry professor wins two R01 grants in two months

Professor Liudong Xing portrait
Liudong Xing receives $420K NSF grant

Professor of electrical and computer engineering awarded $420K for research on modeling and mitigating cascading failures in the Internet of Things.

SMAST PhD student Megan Winton on a boat conducting research on Cape Cod
SMAST PhD candidate Megan Winton '23 publishes groundbreaking study on white sharks

SMAST PhD candidate is published in Marine Ecology Progress Series and featured on National Geographic TV special "Return of the White Shark."

Biology students investigating microbiomes in Iceland
Biology class studies microbial diversity in Iceland

Students earn three credits in two weeks with European peers

Shakhnoza Kayumova
Shakhnoza Kayumova named U.S. Fulbright Scholar

Associate Professor of STEM Education will conduct research in Uzbekistan during the spring semester of 2024

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