UMass Dartmouth offers artisanry courses at Star Store
UMass Dartmouth, through the Division of Continuing Education, will be offering artisanry non-credit courses in the areas of ceramics, woodworking, jewelry and metals. Classes will be held at the new Star Store campus in downtown New Bedford from 6-9 p.m. Star Store is located on 715 Purchase Street.
`Writing the Sitcom' workshop offered for aspiring TV scribes
`Writing the Sitcom' workshop offered for aspiring TV scribes Neil Boushell, a Hollywood television writer, will offer a non-credit seminar on "Writing the Sitcom," at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on February 8-9. The workshop will cover the nuts and bolts of creating half-hour comedies and cover topics such as how networks find writers, writing a `spec' script, breaking into the business, and finding an agent.
UMass Dartmouth professor receives ASCAP award for musical compositions
Professor James M. Bohn, a visiting lecturer in the music department at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, is the ASCAPLU$ Standard Award recipient from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers in New York.
Mary Arsenault will be first 2 + 2 program graduateat the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Mary Arsenault, age 69, is living proof that it's never too late to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Thanks to the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's 2 + 2 program at Cape Cod Community College, Arsenault will fulfill that lifelong dream and complete her studies in humanities/social sciences this December.
Non-credit management, accounting and finance courses offered at UMass Dartmouth
UMass Dartmouth, through the Division of Continuing Education, will be offering courses for managers and non-managers. Courses are strategically designed to help managers enhance their management skills and augment their accounting and financial ability to help increase the profitability of any business small or large.
Faculty Federation presents awards
UMass Dartmouth's Faculty Federation presents awards The Faculty Federation at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth honored four individuals for exemplary service during a recent awards banquet in the Campus Center.
Black History Month events scheduled at UMass Dartmouth
Black History Month events scheduled at UMass Dartmouth In honor of Black History Month, the Frederick Douglass Unity House at UMass Dartmouth is sponsoring a series of special events during February.
Media critic Jeff Cohen to speak at UMass Dartmouth
Jeff Cohen, nationally recognized media critic, will speak on Wednesday, February 13, at 7:30 p.m., in the Library Browsing Area at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Parking is available in lot 13. Sponsors of his appearance are the UMD Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Group and Student Senate
Performing Arts Series offers diverse spring events
Performing Arts Series offers diverse spring events Grand Derangement will bring its fusions of traditional Acadian music, rock, jazz, and Louisiana and Irish Celtic rhythms to the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth main auditorium stage on Friday, April 5 at 8 p.m. On Wednesday, April 24 at 8 p.m. in the main auditorium, The National Shakespeare Company (NSC) will present William Shakespeare's classic comedy, "As You Like It." Each year, the company travels 25,000 miles, offering more than 125 performances in 40 states.
UMass Dartmouth's Faculty Federation presents awards
The Faculty Federation at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth honored four individuals for exemplary service during a recent awards banquet in the Campus Center