Scallop Survey to aid conservation and protect scallop harvest from Georges Bank to Virginia
The School for Marine Science and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in cooperation with the commercial fishing industry will embark on the largest sea scallop field survey ever undertaken in the north and mid-Atlantic. The first vessel leaves New Bedford Harbor on May 24.
Explore MBA opportunities at UMass Dartmouth; information session on May 7
The Division of Continuing Education and Charlton College of Business of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announce MBA Program opportunities now available at the Professional & Continuing Education Center, South Main Street, Fall River.
Student Senate Speak
As student leaders we are not only compelled, but obligated to voice our opinions and concerns about state affairs that directly affect our University.
Bill Walton will be the featured speaker at the annual Excellence in Marketing Awards Dinner
Basketball legend Bill Walton will be the featured speaker at the annual Excellence in Marketing Awards Dinner
Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture and the Department of Portuguese will hosts a conference
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture and the Department of Portuguese will hosts a conference on Portuguese Language Education on Saturday, May 3. Admission is free.
The 2003 Jonathan Blake Waxler Award for Social Justice awarded to Kelly DeSonza of New Bedford
The annual Jonathan Waxler Memorial Prize for Social Justice was presented to Kelly DeSouza of New Bedford, a senior Humanities/Social Science major at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
SMAST demonstrates excellence of its research
The School for Marine Sciences and Technology (SMAST) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth performs the type of scientific research that answers real world questions and provides real world solutions for sound environmental, economic, and public policy decisions affecting Massachusetts's coastline, inland waterways, and the oceans that border and sustain them.
Storm Surge Expert Turns Eye to Red Tide
The Chinese "father of storm surge theory," Prof. Zeng-Hao Qin, is visiting scholar for the spring semester at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's School for Marine Sciences and Technology in New Bedford.
CHECHEN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS TO SPEAK April 17 AT UMASS DARTMOUTH
Two experts from the Russian province of Chechnya will speak about human rights violations there on Thursday, April 17 at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in the library browsing area from 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Admission is free.
NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the innovative alternative sentencing program Changing Lives Through Literature, which was founded at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, a $200,000 grant to develop a Web site and CD-Rom that will make the program accessible to criminal court judges, probation officers, students and educators across the world.
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