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Managing sea-level rise

SMAST Research Assistant Professor Robert Griffin and his colleagues at Stanford University and UT Arlington explore alternative ways to manage the dramatic increase of sea-level rise affecting coastal communities.

UMass Dartmouth Research Report 2020
UMass Dartmouth published Annual Research Report 2020

The report is a celebration of scholarship that highlights the innovative research, and scholarly and creative activities that were conducted by UMassD students, faculty, and staff despite the pandemic.

UMass Dartmouth faculty members receive OTCV grant awards

The UMass Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures awarded Professor Sukalyan Sengupta, Professor Amit Tandon for innovative research proposals

Patagonian scallops captured by SMAST researcher Kyle Cassidy during research cruise to Argentina.
Sea Scallops: Sentinels of the Deep

The Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute & School for Marine Science and Technology collaborate to feature an exhibit highlighting scientific archival photography pivotal in the revival of the scallop industry.

Prof. Klobucka
UMass Dartmouth faculty member named a Fulbright Scholar

Professor of Portuguese Anna M. Klobucka to research women’s literary and cultural history in Portugal

Image by Detmold, courtesy Pixabay
Marine science key factor in Record of Decision

Research efforts led by SMAST scientists at the forefront of Decision of Record for Vineyard Wind’s commercial offshore wind project–the first in the nation.

Geoffrey Cowles and Kevin Stokesbury
SMAST scientists awarded NOAA grants

UMass Dartmouth Professors Geoffrey Cowles & Kevin Stokesbury are among NOAA Fisheries’ awardees selected to receive research set-aside funds to support research that informs fishery management and stock assessments.

Steven Cadrin
NOAA Fisheries invites Dr. Steve Cadrin

Dr. Cadrin will discuss “Optimal Spatial Boundaries and Strata for Stock Assessment…and confronting practical realities” during NOAA Fisheries' National Stock Assessment Seminar on May 6.

Student professor research mechanical engineering
Office of Undergraduate Research awards grants to student researchers

Student researchers aim to uncover wide range of topics in novel research projects

Artificial intelligence
Engineering professors awarded $404K for artificial intelligence project

Assistant Professors Ming Shao & Jiawei Yuan have received a $404,620 National Science Foundation award for their research experiences undergraduate site, which will intertwine AI research with cybersecurity and systems engineering in a portfolio of synergistic projects.

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