Ribbon-cutting for new state-of-the-art gaming space coming soon
Trend of upward trajectory vaults University and its programs on the national stage
The October 15 event to feature Jacquelyn Mitchard, Sara Paretsky, and Adriana Trigiani
Chancellor Fuller provides updates to the campus community at the start of the fall semester
The campus community joined together to celebrate the start of the fall semester
The longstanding tradition showcases first-year student stories as they enter the campus community
The electrical engineering major is 1 of 8 recipients nationwide.
Here's your guide to getting your 2023 academic year started off right
Proceeds from the October 22 community run to support student veterans
Associate professor of computer and information science receives grant for research on artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles
Biochemistry professor wins two R01 grants in two months
Professor of electrical and computer engineering awarded $420K for research on modeling and mitigating cascading failures in the Internet of Things.
SMAST PhD candidate is published in Marine Ecology Progress Series and featured on National Geographic TV special "Return of the White Shark."
Students earn three credits in two weeks with European peers
Dr. Jiawei Yuan, associate professor of computer and information science, was recently awarded a $240K grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote cybersecurity education.
Painting MFA student awarded $12,900 from international foundation
Meeting the demand for a diverse and highly skilled workforce in some of the fastest growing industries
Chief Diversity Officer David A. Gomes discusses the affirmative action ruling
Professors Arpita Joardar and Shakhnoza Kayumova to conduct research internationally
Associate Professor of STEM Education will conduct research in Uzbekistan during the spring semester of 2024
Associate Professor of Management & Marketing will teach in India during the spring 2024 semester
Assistant Teaching Professor of Interior Architecture + Design recognized for exemplary teaching and service
Nancy M. Godleski, former Associate University Librarian at Vanderbilt University, named Dean
Sam Panarella, professor of Law and former Executive Director of the Max S. Baucus Institute, named Dean
The College of Engineering honors Banafsheh Seyed-Aghazadeh and Dapeng Li, winners of the 2023 Faculty Award for Excellence in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the 2023 Outstanding Staff Award
PhD candidate Merin Bosco '24 is the award's first recipient
Kevin Stokesbury selected as Dean after decades of leadership with SMAST
This funding will support four scallop research projects through the 2023-2024 Scallop Research Set-Aside Program.
1,800 examples of student success celebrated during four ceremonies across campus
Amy Shapiro selected as Dean after serving as Director of the Honors College since September 2021
IAD 302 class redesigns local nonprofit's facility for practical learning experience
Graduates prepared to pursue justice for all
Four of six UMass Dartmouth teams finish in top 15 of their respective categories
Public launch will celebrate new virtual tour of Paul Rudolph’s iconic brutalist campus Thursday, May 11, at 6:30pm
Also reached #1 ranking among New England law schools in the same metric
Twenty undergraduate student researchers from across campus to conduct unique research during the summer
Scholarships cover high-achieving Massachusetts residents' tuition, fees, food, and housing for four years
Companies move forward in their battle against cyber threats
Four ceremonies will celebrate the achievements of students
Capri McLucas, Marilyn Naeem, Anne Jean, and Natalie Peters to inspire their peers with stories of perseverance and success
Brian Baptiste received a citation for his 40 years of coaching accomplishments
Little Doe Baird, Loretta “Lee” Blake, and Mark Dion to receive honorary degrees
Professors Kristen Sethares (Adult Nursing), Vijaya Chalivendra (Mechanical Engineering), Rebecca Hutchinson (Art & Design), and Scott Field (Mathematics) all honored
Undergraduate student Mckenzie Ferrari and graduate students Benjoe Rey Visayas and Yasmin Zandomenico Vasconcelos all received awards
Joint presentation with Japanese delegation also takes home honorable mention in NYC conference
UMass Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students competed in the 2023 Three Minute Thesis competition.
Gent Haviari recognized for commitment to solving public problems
Eleven students spent their spring break improving the health and hygiene of Guatemalan women and children
Award is the fifth consecutive for Business and Engineering students
University earns acclaim with Gold Ranking
Forty participants competed on eight teams to present the best startup venture idea
Upcoming events on campus help students grow their networks, explore careers and land jobs.
Alum Peter de Silva will discuss his book “Taking Stock” on April 13 at CCB
The hybrid event will feature panels and workshops with national experts
The latest award from the Office of Naval Research to create new marine science and technology projects
The month-long celebration features a speaker series, workshops, and film screenings
Event designed to prepare future nurses and health care workers and to share information with the community
UMass System President Marty Meehan remarks on another incredible year
Williams will discuss the latest updates in the ongoing Russian war and take questions from the audience during the hybrid event
Student researchers from across campus to conduct unique research during the spring
The UMassD community celebrates Black History Month 2023 through virtual and in-person cultural and educational events
UMass Dartmouth received a $3.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to advance the study of cybersecurity and prepare students for future careers in the field.
Chancellor Fuller comments and reviews resources for the campus community
UMass Dartmouth and the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture welcome Professor Maria do Carmo Piçarra Ramos
Students gain real-world experience promoting non-profit artwork
The virtual event on January 27 will honor the civil rights leader with musical performances and a keynote address from activist and author Feminista Jones
Twenge to discuss iGen, her influential study of Gen Z smartphone use on February 2
Chief Diversity Officer David A. Gomes reflects on the occasion of Dr. King's 94th birthday celebration
Professor Victoria Richter and her musical group, Gained in Translation, to perform Early Valentine’s Afternoon music
The milestone cements Baptiste as the most winningest active coach in Division III basketball
Reception with Bristol Community College and BayCoast Bank highlighted five students’ successful graduation from BCC and transfer to the CCB
The workforce development-focused roundtable featured top state officials, local politicians, and student and faculty researchers
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