Mikel, Inc. Opens New Engineering Office At Atmc
Fall River, MA - September 22, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announced today that MIKEL, Inc. has opened a new engineering office in Fall River, at the Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center (ATMC). With corporate headquarters in Nevada, MIKEL opened this expansion office with three new employees. Its primary focus is on providing the U.S. Navy with technological solutions for undersea warfare.
Umass Professor Tapped For Humanities Board
Dartmouth, MA- The University of Massachusetts announced today that Dr. Frank F. Sousa, Associate Professor of Portuguese and Director of the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors of the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities.
Micro Magnetics, Inc. Receives Funding
MICRO MAGNETICS, INC. RECEIVES FUNDING FROM NIST FOR DEVELOPING SPINTRONICS-BASED METROLOGY FOR THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY FALL RIVER, MA - September 12, 2003 - Micro Magnetics, Inc., a start-up company with headquarters in Fall River at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center (ATMC) has been awarded a $2 million grant from the federal National Institute of Standards and Technology's? Advanced Technology Program (ATP).
Umass Dartmouth And Partners Lead The Way In Scallop Research And Conservation
Dartmouth, MA-This summer fisheries scientists from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth conducted the most comprehensive survey of the Atlantic sea scallop resource ever undertaken.
Umd Faculty Members Recognized For Excellence In Teaching And Scholarship
DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently announced that two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professors, Dr. Lewis Kamm and Dr. Gerard Koot, were selected to receive national awards for excellence in teaching and scholarship in their respective fields. This prestigious national recognition includes a combined award of $175,000 in grants from the NEH.
Umass Dartmouth Center For Jewish Culture And Hillel Announces Fall Events
Dartmouth, MA-The Center for Jewish Culture and Hillel at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites community members to attend their fall events at the University. All are free and open to the public.
Umass Dartmouth Hosts Fall College Fair
Dartmouth, MA-Representatives from more than 200 colleges will converge at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Tripp Athletic Center for the 2003 Fall College Fair on Sunday, September 14, 2003
Best-Selling Authors To Speak At Umass Dartmouth Library Benefit
Dartmouth, MA-Celebrated authors Carolyn Parkhurst (The Dogs of Babel) and Claire Cook (Must Love Dogs) will read from their latest works and share insight into the writing life when they join guests at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Author's Brunch on Sunday, October 5, 2003.
Boivin Center Present French Cultural Events On October 20 And December 1
CENTER PRESENT FRENCH CULTURAL EVENTS ON OCTOBER 20 AND DECEMBER 1 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Boivin Center for French Language and Culture announced today that it is sponsoring two exciting cultural performances during the fall academic semester.
Second Edition Book By Umass Dartmouth Scholar Explains Rise Of Early Modern Science
DARTMOUTH, Mass. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announce the recent publication of a new book written by one of its internationally distinguished scholars, Dr. Toby E. Huff, that attempts to explain why modern science arose only in the West and not in the civilizations of Islam or China. This question takes on greater significance when it is realized that medieval Arabic science was more advanced than science in the West or China.