UMass Dartmouth, Republic of Iceland sign marine science, biotech research agreement
Pact results from 2015 university visit by Iceland delegation and U.S. Ambassador Robert Barber
Renee Denno is making her dream a reality
This past spring Renee joined UMass Dartmouth's online community as a Liberal Arts major with concentrations in Sociology and English.
51-year-old Larry Emmons uses education as a catalyst to change his life and overcome his disabilities.
Veteran returns to college as a way to cope with life after his military service.
Professor Nancy O’Connor creates rare marine biology REU site
Professor Nancy O’Connor and Professor Tara Rajaniemi were awarded a $343,070 grant through the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site Grant Program to provide hands-on research opportunities for young undergraduate researchers and scientists.
UMass Dartmouth College of Arts and Sciences shines a spotlight for high school students
The Spotlight Program brings students to campus, so they can experience college while still in high school.
Erin Cournoyer ’14 on a path to a doctoral degree in Sociology
Crime and Justice Studies alumna uses her passion as the foundation for her doctoral studies.
Work of UMassD marine scientists on display August 7
Researchers at UMass Dartmouth's School for Marine Science & Technology will showcase work at Fifth Annual Boston Seafood Festival
New study finds cranberry juice compounds that help prevent bacterial infections
UMass Dartmoutth, WPI scientists partner on research published in international journal
Professor's new book challenges use of test scores to evaluate teachers
Public Policy Professor Mark Paige: Linking employment status value-added models based on standardized test scores “is unfair and flawed”
SMAST researchers' newly patented strategy would enhance fisheries management
Onboard 3D camera system aimed at reducing monitoring costs and increasing fish count accuracy