University disc golf course open to the public
The student-led initiative allows beginners and pros alike to enjoy the growing sport on campus
UMass Dartmouth bestows honor on President of Portugal, strengthens relationships with Portuguese universities
Chancellor Robert E. Johnson presents Chancellor’s Medal to President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa at State House ceremony, signs higher education agreements aboard tall ship Sagres
Art All-State Massachusetts 2018
The College of Visual and Performing Arts at UMass Dartmouth has partnered with the Massachusetts Art Education Association and the New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks! to host Art All-State Massachusetts on June 9th and 10th.
UMassD’s online Master of Healthcare Management program earns top 25 ranking
Bestcolleges.com ranks program based on comprehensive core curriculum, faculty excellence, and commitment to providing non-traditional students with the tools needed to achieve educational and career goals.
Chancellor Professor Emeritus awarded highest French honor
Dr. Mel B. Yoken received the French Legion of Honor award for his lifetime work in French language and literature
Professor Pamela Karimi awarded for teaching excellence
Dr. Pamela Karimi received a 2018 Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching from UMass President Marty Meehan
SMAST awarded $302,091 for sea scallop research
High-resolution drop camera survey developed by Dr. Kevin Stokesbury and his team will be used for series of collaborative projects that will address research priorities established by New England Fishery Management Council.
New Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences Announced
UMass Dartmouth appointed Dr. Pauline Entin as the new Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
Textile Design/FIber Arts ranked #17 in country
The Art Career Project, a nationally recognized resource for art students and art professionals has recently announced its 2018 list of the top U.S. colleges and universities with Textile Design programs.
New Dean of the College of Engineering announced
Dr. Jean VanderGheynst, expert on next-generation biofuels and bioproducts, to lead college of 6 academic departments, 1,300 undergraduate students, and 300 graduate students