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Ryan Beemer collaborates on the first study of underground deployable geosystems

Collaborative project can lead to new ways of designing foundations and underground construction to create more efficient and reliable infrastructure

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National Science Foundation awards Professor Hong Liu $79K

In response to evolving cybersecurity challenges, Dr. Liu and collaborators will pilot a model for the co-creation of cross-disciplinary educational content to help prepare students for success in the workforce.

Ruolin Zhou
National Science Foundation awards Ruolin Zhou

Dr. Ruolin Zhou, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a National Science Foundation award of $199,902 for her research project “ERI: An Adaptive Incremental Deep Learning Architecture for Real-Time Inference of RF Signals in Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Environments.”

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UMass Dartmouth achieves continuation of Carnegie Research University Classification

Chancellor Fuller announces the extension of the University's Doctoral Research University - High Research Activity (R2) status

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MommaConnect mobile app, under development by Dr. June Andrews Horowitz and team, receives MassVentures Acorn Award

The mHealth app incorporates a holistic approach for mother-infant health by reducing the severity of post-partum depression symptoms and promoting healthy mother-infant interaction

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UMass Dartmouth receives $4.3M grant from the U.S. Navy for continued focus on marine technology development

The third award in as many years from the Office of Naval Research will further the University's research efforts in the blue economy and offshore wind sectors

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UMass Dartmouth faculty awarded grant to develop training in the treatment of opioid use disorder

The $595,485 grant from the Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts (FORE) will aid future nursing students in addressing stigma towards opioid use disorder

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Professor Vijaya Chalivendra awarded $430K by National Science Foundation

Dr. Chalivendra received the $430,631 award from the NSF's Division of Materials Research for his“REU site: Advanced Interdisciplinary Materials Research for Maritime Applications” project, which will host a summer cohort of community college students who will conduct cutting-edge research on advanced marine materials.

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Office of Naval Research awards Dr. John Buck $434K to create acoustic signal processing models

Project combines noninvasive brain imaging techniques, animal behavior experiments, & signal processing models to gain a better understanding of how animals use echolocation to gather information about their environment.

Graphic courtesy Tia Martineau '18 (Physics)
UMass Dartmouth professor and students discover fast-moving black hole

Professor Scott Field Ph.D., and graduate students Tousif Islam and Feroz H. Shaik found the first evidence for a large recoil velocity from a black hole merger

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