Basic Safety and Survival Training Workshop for Commercial Fishermen at SMAST on April 16 and May 7
SMAST is the location of a Basic safety and survival training workshop for commercial fishermen
Brian Pastori awarded Jonathan Blake Waxler Memorial Prize for Social Justice
This year's winner of the Jonathan Blake Waxler Memorial Prize for Social Justice at the University of Massachusetts is Brian Pastori of Medford, a senior sociology major, who embodies the vision of justice that Jonathan so deeply believed in.
The UMassD Women's Center presents Hear Me!
The UMass Dartmouth Women's Center presents Hear Me! What: Staged reading of the original play Hear Me! Stories of Rape When: Saturday, April 16th, 2005, 7 p.m.
UMass Dartmouth Percussion Ensemble to perform Spring Concert April 12
UMass Dartmouth Percussion Ensemble to perform Spring Concert April 12 Who: The UMass Dartmouth Percussion Ensemble, El Caribe and Sounds of Ashe What: Annual spring concert Where: Main Auditorium
UMass Dartmouth Announces New Fundraising Leader
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack today announced the appointment of Jeffrey A. Wolfman to the position of vice chancellor for institutional advancement, effective immediately.
UMass Dartmouth College of Nursing honors 'Partners in Caring'
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Nursing presented its first Partners in Caring Recognition Awards to eight groups of nurses in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island on April 1.
Shakespeare & Company to perform Julius Caesar at UMass Dartmouth April 7
Dartmouth,MA --A single performance of Julius Caesar will be presented at the University of Massachusetts Main Auditorium on April 7 at 8 p.m. A techniques workshop will be held at 4 p.m.
Breaking New Ground at the College of Nursing
The College of Nursing will hold a Partners in Caring Recognition Ceremony on March 31 and The Reframing the Chronic Illness Conference on April 1
Breaking New Ground: Paul Rudolph and the Architecture of the UMass Dartmouth Campus
When the first building of the UMass Dartmouth campus was completed in 1966, some thought it heralded the construction of the most beautiful campus in the U.S. Others were appalled by its austere gray style. Whatever the reaction, architect Paul Rudolphs vision for the campus evoked a strong response then and still does today. The UMass Dartmouth Library will host a symposium on its renowned architect beginning at 9 a.m., April 13.
Frederick Douglass Lecture features Deborah Prothrow-Stith on April 5
As part of the Breaking New Ground Initiative, Debora Prothrow Stith, associate dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, author and expert on community violence prevention will speak at UMass Dartmouth and at the Days Inn, New Bedford, Tuesday, April 5.