CVPA Campus Gallery Presents Bronze Casting Exhibition
The CVPA Campus Gallery at UMass Dartmouth continues its 2005-2006 exhibition program with Bronze Casting, a unique exhibition of the bronze sculptures of faculty, alumni, and students in the CVPA.
University of Massachusetts Professor Funded to Investigate Planktonic "Thin Layers"
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professor has received funding from the Office of Naval Research for $162,075 to participate in the summer 2006 Layered Organization in the Coastal Ocean (LOCO) experiment on the California coast.
New Exhibition at The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Art Gallery in New Bedford
The University Art Gallery will be featuring the exhibition, Paul Rudolph: The Florida House, from February 3 through March 24.
UMass Dartmouth announces scholarship in name of late state Senator Mary Fonseca
The announcement was made in the UMass Dartmouth Library, where the senator's personal papers are archived
Chancellor named SouthCoast Woman of the Year
The New Bedford Standard-Times named Chancellor MacCormack SouthCoast Woman of Year for 2005, citing her "dedication to improving UMass Dartmouth and, through it, the lives of our region's people"
Brazilian Choro Music: Concert and Lecture by Paulo Sa
Mandolin player and musicologist presents concert and lecture on the history of Brazilian choro music on Feb 4, at 8 p.m. in Recital Hall, Group VI/Room 153
UMass Dartmouth presents MLK Drum Major awards Feb. 3
Dean of Arts and Sciences, Bristol Community College president, and Greensboro lunch counter protester to be honored
SouthCoast Education Compact College Guide Released
2006 guide to be published in three languages and will focus on parents.
UMass Dartmouth Professor to Help Develop Prediction System for Brazil
The Brazilian national research foundation, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico (CNPq), awarded the two-year research grant to Prof. Avijit Gangopadhyay
UMass Dartmouth Portuguese-American archives to house influential author's papers
Alfred Lewis works to be celebrated December 14 at library