UMass Law Professor Jeremiah Ho reacts to Supreme Court decision on marriage equality
"They say that June is historically the month of weddings. But since the 1970s and 1980s, it has also become the national month of pride fests and parades..."
NOAA Fisheries awards SMAST researchers more than $950,000 in Saltonstall-Kennedy grants
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded SMAST $956,000 under the 2014-2015 Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program for six projects that help build and maintain sustainable fisheries.
New Charlton College of Business PhD approved by UMass Board of Trustees
Designed to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation in the region
Q&A on Cardinals-Astros 'Hacking' Investigation
This first of its kind investigation for the MLB is examined by Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Lance Fiondella
Q&A on non-traditional candidates running for office
UMass Dartmouth Political Science Professor Doug Roscoe discusses the advantages and disadvantages of non-traditional candidates, the impact they can have, and if we will see more outsider candidates gain traction in American politics.
UMass Dartmouth team that used PS3s to build supercomputers now turning to bitcoin mining computers
Bitcoin mining investors donate supercomputers to aid research at UMass Dartmouth
SMAST to study new toxic invader
WHOI/MIT Sea Grant has awarded Prof. Jefferson Turner $150,000 to study the toxic dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides
Rolling Stone: UMass Dartmouth Professor's book inspired Grammy Award-winning rock band's new album
Concept for Muse's "Drones" began with lead singer's reading of Dr. Brian Glyn Williams' Predators: The CIA's Drone War on al Qaeda
Building Community Capacity for HIV-Positive Individuals in Southcoast, Massachusetts: A Pathway to an Interdisciplinary Academic-Community Partnership
UMass Law professors granted $32,000 toward research in building community capacity for HIV positive individuals.
300+ photographs from 50 photographers snaps portrait of City of Fall River
"Fall River Portraits 2015" expands community project capturing the people, places, and culture of city