UMass Dartmouth Alumni, Bristol County Convention and Visitors Bureau support area business
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Alumni Association and the Bristol County Convention and Visitors Bureau are teaming up to support area businesses and cultural organizations and connect thousands of alumni to their university.
Alumni Homecoming To Include Bike Collection For Needy Families Around The Globe
Homecoming at UMass Dartmouth is going to be a little different for 1976 graduate David Schweidenback this year. While he may be returning to his hometown of Dartmouth and his alma mater this fall, he will be thinking about people and places from home.
US News & World Report ranks UMass Dartmouth top New England public university of its kind
U.S. News & World Report's 2006 America's Best Colleges issue has ranked UMass Dartmouth the best public institution of its kind in New England and cited the College of Engineering as having one of the best undergraduate programs among similar universities.
Education Open House At UMass Dartmouth
The UMass Dartmouth Department of Education and office of Professional & Continuing Education are pleased to announce an Open House to learn about Teacher Certification, Master of Arts in Teaching and MTEL Prep Courses. It will be held Tuesday, August 23, 5:00-7:00 pm at the UMass Dartmouth Professional & Continuing Education Center in Fall River. The Center is located at 139 South Main Street, the former Cherry & Webb building.
Business Open House At UMass Dartmouth
The UMass Dartmouth Charlton College of Business (CCB) and office of Professional & Continuing Education are pleased to announce an Open House to learn about the Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Post-baccalaureate Management Certificate program and the Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting program.
Professor Anthony J. Miraglia's New Digital And Mixed Media Work At Star Store Gallery 244
This new body of work, inspired by trips to his native Sicily, incorporates digital collages that are printed on various types of paper and then worked over with colored pencil or acrylic paint. Professor Miraglia began experimenting with this new technology during a sabbatical leave several years ago in an effort to keep pace with the many students in his classes that were working digitally.
UMass Dartmouth Summer Academy
A group of students from the Global Learning Charter School in New Bedford are spending their summer learning how to build their own businesses. They are the first class of the UMass Dartmouth Charlton College of Business SAY-YES (SouthCoast Aspiring Youth-Yearn to be EntrpreneurS) program.
UMass Dartmouth Charlton College Of Business Introduces High School Students To Entrepreneurship
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Charlton College of Business is reaching out to the SouthCoast region community this summer by instituting the first summer entrepreneurship program for high school students, grades ten through twelve
UMass Dartmouth produces TV ads to promote shellfish following red tide crisis
The UMass Dartmouth Center for Business Research is leading a TV advertising effort to encourage consumers to eat shellfish again
Putting a human face on terror
History professor Brian Glyn Williams wrote this article about the human cost behind terror, published in the Standard Times of New Bedford.