UMass Dartmouth professor awarded $452,454 National Science Foundation CAREER award to study software reliability and security
Grants focused on supporting promising researchers across the country
UMass Dartmouth to strengthen its partnership with the Portuguese-American community and the Lusophone world
Chancellor Robert E. Johnson to visit Catholic University and the Camões Institute in Lisbon, and bring the university’s Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture under his supervision.
Art History at the City Museum of Ljubljana:
Mapping & Archiving Public Spaces, February 21-22, 2018 - City Museum of Ljubljana
UMass Dartmouth unveils new facilities and land use master plan
Comprehensive plan focuses on renovation, repair and replacement of buildings and infrastructure on the 710-acre main campus.
Q&A: Professor Shaun Spencer on the $560 Million Powerball Winner’s Request for Privacy
A Powerball winner has asked a New Hampshire judge to keep her identity private. The state argues that her name and address should be public under state law. UMass Law professor and privacy law scholar Shaun Spencer offers his perspective on the privacy issues that this case raises.
UMass Law holds week-long event celebrating social justice
Justice Week, beginning Feb. 12, at UMass Law features theme “Race, Rights, and Rebels".
UMass Dartmouth announces new graduate program in Finance
The university adds to its graduate business education choices with a MS in Finance
Traveling CVPA Gorey Exhibition Chosen Top 20 in US for 2017
Hyperallergic Magazine Recognizes Illustration Faculty James Edwards's Show on List
History Professor earns his Hollywood moment
Professor Brian Glyn Williams’ book The Last Warlord becomes resource for Hollywood movie.
Q&A: Professor Brian Glyn Williams on bringing a real world story to Hollywood
Professor Brian Glyn Williams (History) talks about the book he wrote, the events that inspired it, and bringing authenticity to the movie '12 Strong'.