Open House for Prospective Graduate Students
The College of Engineering at UMass Dartmouth will hold an open house for prospective graduate students from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, 2006.
Civic engagement summit at UMass Dartmouth April 3-11
Paul Loeb, author of Soul of a Citizen, to be featured as policy leaders, faculty, and students gather to discuss the intersection of learning, teaching, and service
Global human rights focus of UMass Dartmouth lecture series
UMass Dartmouth will host a series of major lectures this spring focusing on global human rights issues. Speakers include a man who spent 10 years imprisoned in Sudanese, a photographer who has used her camera to raise awareness of worldwide oppression, and an advocate of "grass roots globalization."
Join the Tri-County Symphonic Band in some "Island Hopping"
Jamie Eckert, currently the director of percussion studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and his steel drum band "El Caribe' will be the guest performers at the Tri-County Symphonic Band concert on Sunday, March 26, 2006, beginning at 3 p.m.
Deepak Ram Flute Concert With Aditya Kalyanpur on Tabla
Flute Maestro Deepak will be presenting a Flute Concert in the Main Auditorium at UMass Dartmouth on March 31 at 6:30 p.m.
Promoting the Development of Portuguese Business Enterprises
Charlton College of Business in conjunction with the Center for Portuguese Studies announces a half-day workshop to be held on April 8.
International literary scholar to receive UMass Dartmouth honorary degree on April 7
Stanley Fish, an internationally recognized literary scholar who has become a leading agent provocateur in the culture wars of the past two decades will receive an honorary degree from UMass Dartmouth on April 7.
UMass Dartmouth Starts Ruckus: Music Service Available Free to Students
Students can now download digital music safely, legally and at no charge
UMass Dartmouth design alumnus creates Olympics animation
UMass Dartmouth alumnus Nick Francis won't be heading to the Winter Olympic Games this winter, but his work will.
UMass Researchers Investigate Lobster Decline in Buzzards Bay
Water quality, shell disease among the suspects.