Umd Center For Jewish Culture Announces Spring Events
DARTMOUTH, MA. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Jewish Culture announced its spring events schedule. Continuing its lecture series for the semester, there will be a special viewing of Ruth Behars fascinating documentary film, Adio Kerido on Sunday, March 28 at 2 p.m. in room 153 of the Visual and Performing Arts building on the main campus in Dartmouth.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth featured on Discovery Channel education program
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth was featured in a recent Discovery Channel program Champions of Industry because of its innovative approach to teaching, research and community involvement. The program was hosted by television personality Pat Summerall and was aired initially on the Discovery Channel on Tuesday morning, December 2, 2003.
UMass Dartmouth Brown Bag Lunch series for spring 2004
Each Brown Bag Lunch features a talk by a UMD faculty or staff member followed by a question and answer period. They are scheduled from noon to approximately 1:30 p.m. and held in the first floor Browsing area of the Library. For more information, call Christine Allen at 508-999-8946.
Janine Wong: Fragments Featured At University Of Richmond Marsh Art Gallery
DARTMOUTH, MA. - The artistic creations of Associate Professor Janine Wong of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouths College of Visual & Performing Arts will be featured in a major exhibition at the Marsh Art Gallery on the campus of the University of Richmond. The exhibition entitled Janine Wong: Fragments will continue through July 24 and presents four large-scale, multi-panel contemporary paintings created as a site-specific project for the University of Richmond Museum.
AUTHOR TO SPEAK AT UMASS DARTMOUTH - Writer and scholar Minrose Gwin
Dartmouth, MA-Writer and scholar Minrose Gwin will speak at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on Tuesday, March 9th at 1:00pm in the Library Browsing Area. The event is sponsored by the Womens Center and the English Department, with the assistance of a Cultural Affairs Grant. Ms. Gwin will share from her new memoir Wishing For Snow published by the Louisiana State University Press.
Local Author to discuss her WWII Spy Thriller, Apr. 14, at UMD
Local author Ingrid Waldron will read from her recent novel The Year of D-Day at the UMass Dartmouth Library at 7 p.m., April 14. The event, which will be held in the first floor Browsing Area, is free and open to the public. Parking is in lot 13. For more information, call 508-999-8946.
UMASS DARTMOUTH AWARDED teacher training Grant
Dartmouth, MAAn interdisciplinary team of educators at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth have been awarded a $40,000 professional development grant to work with middle school teachers in New Bedford. The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education funded the project entitled Literacy and Content Required Here with resources earmarked to improve teacher quality under the federal No Child Left Behind legislation.
India Ministry Secretary C. M. Bhandari To Address Umd Indic Studies Seminar
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announced that its Center for Indic Studies will host a special seminar conducted by Mr. C. M. Bhandari, the Joint Secretary for the Ministry of External Affairs in the federal government of India. The seminar will be held on March 1 in the Library Browsing Area from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Secretary Bhandari will address the politics and realities associated with business outsourcing by companies in the United States and other nations.
University Announces Policy Studies Program
DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS -- After years of effort by Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack and faculty members supportive of the idea, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announced today that its Center for Policy Analysis, and the Policy Studies faculty have secured final approval to offer an undergraduate Minor in Policy Studies. The University Provost, Dr. Louis Esposito made the announced at a press conference in the University library. This is the first major academic initiative in the social sciences at UMass Dartmouth in 30 years.
Board Of Higher Education Presents Excellence Award To "Changing Lives Through Literature"
DARTMOUTH, MA. The New England Board of Higher Education will present its prestigious 2004 Excellence Award to Dr. Robert Waxler and his colleagues for their innovative alternative sentencing program Changing Lives Through Literature. The award will be presented at a ceremony and dinner scheduled for Friday evening, February 27 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston.