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Commencement 2017 honorees announced
NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg, Southern Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees, MacArthur Foundation Managing Director Cecilia Conrad to be awarded honorary degrees. Obama White House Chief Photographer and Dartmouth native Pete Souza, author and LGBT activist Jennifer Finney Boylan to receive Chancellor’s Medals.
Acclaimed filmmaker Clennon L. King to visit UMassD
Award-winning film Passage at St. Augustine chronicles movement that led to passage of Civil Rights Act of 1964.
UMass School of Law Earns Full ABA Accreditation
Commonwealth’s public law school building momentum to diversify the legal profession and expand access to justice for citizens
World-renowned Tibetan monks to perform “Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing” at UMass Dartmouth Nov. 2
Mystical Arts of Tibet celebration will also include week-long sand-painting demonstration and exhibit.
From UMass Dartmouth Corsair to Yale Bulldog: Jeremy Hunt’s Journey
Since graduating in 2012, Liberal Arts alum Jeremy Hunt has been following his passion. His lastest stop is New Haven, CT.
Dr. Jennifer Fugate begins her tenure-track position with the Psychology Department
Fugate’s path to UMass Dartmouth began in high school when she developed an interest in psychology during an introductory course.
Interview with Dean Eric Mitnick
The final edition of Dartmouth Community Television’s UMass Dartmouth Magazine featured an interview with Dean Eric Mitnick.
2017 UMass Law Commencement
Video of the 2017 UMass Law Commencement
Jenyka Gassnola '17: Ready to take on the world
Jenyka Gassnola, a Crime and Justice Studies major, shares her success and internship experience in Washington, D.C.
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UMass Dartmouth completes transfer of WUMD-FM license to RIPR
University receives $1.5 million for need-based student aid and other initiatives; RIPR brings local public service journalism to region; WUMD goes online; UMass Dartmouth and RIPR to collaborate on new journalism efforts
UMass Law #3 in nation in public service employment of graduates
Mission of the Commonwealth’s only public law school drives ranking in recently released American Bar Association data
Fall River Portraits - Making Things
On June 3, the Fall River Portraits ~ Making Things exhibit will take place from 1pm-3pm at the Narrows Center for the Arts. The exhibit, which is open to the public, is a collaboration between UMass Dartmouth students and Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School students.
UMass Dartmouth Commencement 2017 student speakers announced
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies doctorate candidate Michael Savaria of Westport; undergraduate psychology major Brandi Bass of Springfield, and law degree candidate Sheyla Lors of Brooklyn, New York will deliver remarks to classmates May 13-15
SMAST Expansion project nearing completion
New campus, located on Clark's Cove in New Bedford, on target to open this fall.
National NAACP approves UMass Dartmouth chapter
Student-led organization will collaborate with New Bedford NAACP Branch and New Bedford NAACP Youth Council
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Seth Rainville '96: ceramics artist, educator, storyteller
Dedicated to his craft, with a passion for promoting the arts and artists.
John Ferguson '17: From admissions ambassador to counselor
John Ferguson '17 gained professional experience in marketing & social media.
Hannah Blount '08: jewelry designer, entrepreneur
With a design studio in Boston, Hannah Blount sells her jewelry in boutiques and galleries across the world.
Recent graduate bridges her science and liberal arts education to expand her understanding of the world
Madison Bailey-Schofield '17 found a way to blend her passion for biology with her skills as an English major to critically understand the world around her and to relate the work she's done as a biology student to those outside of the scientific community.
Justin S. March '14: dream job in law enforcement
As a crime & justice studies undergraduate, Justin interned for the United States Marshals Service in Washington, DC.
American Language and Cultures Institute (ALCI) provides smooth gateway for international students
Dr. Nicholas Santavicca is the Director of the American Language and Cultures Institute (ALCI), which works to provide academic preparation, English language and cultural instruction, and promote global citizenship among all from the UMass Dartmouth and surrounding communities.