UMass Dartmouth honor society gives back to community
Alpha Eta Alpha integrates service with learning and creates a path towards better educational opportunities.
Urban Studies launches bus tours
Urban Studies Bus Tours connects the university community with the cities of our region in a fun, informative, and innovative way.
UMass Dartmouth’s College of Arts and Sciences welcomes John T. La Barbera
John T. La Barbera, Academy Award-nominated film score composer and guitar and stringed instrument virtuoso, will present two newly composed scores.
Confronting the opioid crisis earns nursing student Newman Civic Fellowship
Callie Nunez of Whitman wants to “set a standard for other colleges.”
Improved long-range weather forecasting goal of Fulbright Scholar’s work
Dr. Amit Tandon will collaborate with scientists from multiple universities in study of Bay of Bengal monsoons.
UMass Law student’s patient safety ideas win national award for legal writing
Mary Chaffee ’17 is one of ten students from across the country who will be presented with the prestigious Burton Award at the Library of Congress in May
“Making Her Mark” CVPA student capstone exhibition highlights 19th century women artists
Show opens April 12 at the main campus art gallery with reception and gallery talk
SMAST announces summer internship opportunities
Interns will conduct a wide range of lab and field work on the Cape for school's Coastal Systems Program
Student innovators make their case on Azores business trip.
Start Up Weekend held at Nonagon Science and Technology Park. Projects to be presented Tuesday, March 28 at 5 p.m. at Charlton College of Business
Professor Coppélia Kahn visits campus to give lecture on Romeo and Juliet
Internationally recognized Shakespeare scholar and Professor Emerita of English and Gender Studies at Brown University to deliver a public lecture on April 3, at 4 p.m. at the Charlton College of Business.