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Press Releases of the last Month


Following is the list of all the press releases since December 29, 2014, sorted in descending order of date.

Title Date Summary
Campus now open. Ring Road parking ban ends 8 a.m. Thursday. More details. January 28, 2015 Please return to this page for updated storm information throughout the day. [more]
UMassD Q&A on Asteroid heading past Earth with Physics Professor Alan Hirshfeld January 26, 2015 "I may grab my favorite binoculars and give it a shot myself." -- Don Yeomans, manager of NASA's Near Earth Object Program Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California [more]
More than 100 works from Massachusetts high school art students on display at UMass Dartmouth Campus Gallery January 23, 2015 Emerging young artists display work at College of Visual & Performing Arts Gallery during 2015 Invitational Exhibition [more]
UMass Dartmouth's SouthCoast Serves plans volunteer march, service project with GiftsToGive on MLK Day January 16, 2015 UMass Dartmouth's SouthCoast Serves plans volunteer march, service project with GiftsToGive on MLK Day [more]
UMassD Q&A on Cyber Security with Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Lance Fiondella January 15, 2015 "If we're going to be connected, then we need to be protected." -- President Obama [more]
UMass Dartmouth and New Bedford Whaling Museum present community dialogue with Dr. Antonia Darder January 13, 2015 Discussion on language, culture and education, and the continued relevance of the work of Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire takes place February 4 [more]
UMassD Q&A on Charlie Hebdo and the 1st Amendment with Law Professor Richard Peltz-Steele January 12, 2015 This past week, 12 people were shot dead and several others were wounded by masked gunmen on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in an apparent militant extremist Islamist attack. Following the atrocity, concerns have been raised surrounding satirists and the right of freedom of expression, specifically the right to ridicule the beliefs of others. UMass Law's Richard J. Peltz-Steele is a professor teaching media law topics including torts and freedom of information. He discusses the 1st Amendment and the challenge to editors and publishers posed by the threat of extremist violence. [more]
Artists being sought to create large outdoor mural for UMass Dartmouth January 08, 2015 Latest initiative in the campus-wide Living Gallery Project designed to re-imagine the university as an artistic and architectural destination [more]
UMass Law Professor named Bellow Scholar for research on unmet legal and medical needs of HIV-positive individuals January 07, 2015 Professor Margaret Drew receives research award for cross-college project to assess community and legal needs of SouthCoast individuals living with HIV/AIDS [more]
UMass Dartmouth receives Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation January 07, 2015 Students dedicate 200,000-plus hours of service annually [more]
UMass Dartmouth #1 in Massachusetts for Online Bachelor's program according to U.S. News January 07, 2015 UMass Dartmouth's online bachelor's degree program is ranked #1 in Massachusetts, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2015 Best Online Programs Rankings released today [more]
Visual music collaboration inspired by Enigma machine accepted to international exhibition December 30, 2014 "Enigma" by UMass Dartmouth's Harvey Goldman and Jing Wang will be screened during May 2015 exhibition in Spain [more]

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