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.
Dean Mary Louise Walsh December 9, 1916 July 26, 2003
Dean Mary Louise Walsh December 9, 1916 July 26, 2003 Eulogy delivered by Donald C. Howard, Associate Vice Chancellor, Dean of Students Emeritus University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Holy Name Church, Fall River, Massachusetts July 30, 2003
Art Gallery Exhibit Features Programs In Artisanry
The University Art Gallery at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, located at 715 Purchase Street in the College of Visual and Performing Arts building in downtown New Bedford, is pleased to present: CRAFT TRANSFORMED - PROGRAM IN ARTISANRY
Umass Dartmouth Marketing Students From Omniad Seek Business Clients
September 2003 Marketing students from OmniAd are looking for area businesses and non-profit organizations in need of technical assistance with their corporate advertising and promotion program.
Umass Dartmouth Starts Academic Year With Focus On Academic And Research Excellence
DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS Despite reductions in state financial support for higher education and changes in the President's office, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth begins its 2003 academic year on Tuesday September 2nd sustained by a foundation of academic and research excellence.
Share Foundation Receives $200,000 From Legislature
The UMass Dartmouth Center for Rehabilitation Engineering (CRE) and the SHARE Foundation has received a critical piece of funding from the Massachusetts State Legislature that will allow that partnership to continue serving hundred of individuals with profound disabilities..
UMass Dartmouth Center for Rehabilitation Engineering
The UMass Dartmouth Center for Rehabilitation Engineering (CRE) and the SHARE Foundation has received a critical piece of funding from the Massachusetts State Legislature that will allow that partnership to continue serving hundred of individuals with profound disabilities.
Umass Dartmouth Library Announces Brown Bag Lunch Series For Fall Semester
The UMass Dartmouth Library Interim Dean of Library Services, Ann Montgomery Smith announced today the schedule of featured speakers for the upcoming Brown Bag Lunch mini-lecture series in the 2003 fall semester. Co-sponsored by the Library and the Faculty Senate, the Brown Bag Lunch series offers three educational programs each semester on topics of interest to the University community.
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