SMAST Mount Hope Bay study update scheduled March 26
Scientists at the School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth are studying the evolution of the ecosystem in Mount Hope Bay.
Poets reign in April at UMASS Dartmouth
April is National Poetry Month and the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth is planning to celebrate with a month long reading series.
Bioterrorism, vaccinations, and state preparedness program March 26
An information program on "Bioterrorism: Local, State, and Regional Preparedness on Vaccination Issues" will be presented for the public on Wednesday, March 26 from 3-5 p.m. in the Campus Center Main Auditorium by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Nursing.
Researcher looks to Antartica for key to understanding global climate
Dr. Mark Altabet, a professor at the School for Marine Sciences and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, is looking southwards for research opportunities in his field of marine biogeochemistry.
UMass Dartmouth Professor Karen Payton seeks to understand speech recognition
The voices on the answering machine and the ATM sound human, but aren't. The vocalizations made by many who are deaf don't sound human, but they are.
Nativity School for New Bedford youngsters serves as Art Education lab school for UMass Dartmouth ar
Visit the basement of the former YWCA building in downtown New Bedford, and you'll perhaps encounter a group of boys sketching, painting, even making puppet figures.
Mystery authors to speak at UMass Dartmouth April 28
If you're a fan of mystery thrillers, you'll want to be at the UMass Dartmouth Library at 7 p.m., April 28
A Fireman's Friend poster created by UMass Dartmouth graduate Matthew Gill '99; poster sale proceeds
Matthew Gill travels the world with a camera, abundant curiosity, and a magnanimous heart. He's been all over, from China and Iceland to a road trip across America. Not only has he taken an extraordinary range of photographs, he's also written about his experiences, observations, and feelings.
Colloquium on Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture In Massachusetts
Colloquium on Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture In Massachusetts hosted by the UMass Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture and The Center for Policy Analysis
A University of Massachusetts Faculty Profile Elliott Horch illuminates our galaxy's origins
All things being relative, some of the stars above us are really old?maybe 13 billion years old versus the one million (or less) years clocked by newer stars