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Press Releases of 2003


Following is the list of all the press releases for the year 2003, sorted in descending order of date.

Title Date Summary
Slade's Ferry Bank Center At Umass Dartmouth Hosts Client Reception December 19, 2003 The Slade's Ferry Bank Center for Business Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth recently hosted its semi-annual client reception at White's of Westport. The Center is dedicated to facilitating the growth of the region's businesses by providing an economic alternative for meeting business needs for research, training and consulting. [more]
Southcoast Education Compact Creates College Guide For Area Students December 15, 2003 Dartmouth, MA The SouthCoast Education Compact has created a comprehensive new College Planning Guide to assist high school students, and their parents, in planning for college. The SouthCoast College Planning Guide provides the necessary tools and information to assist parents and their children to look at higher education as a solid option for building a secure future. A formal release of the College Planning Guide was announced today during a press conference held at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. [more]
Southcoast Education Compact Awarded $20,000 Verizon Grant For Student Technology Expo December 04, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-The SouthCoast Education Compact, a partnership of business leaders, school superintendents, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and Bristol Community College, received a $20,000 EdLink grant from the Verizon Foundation to organize the first SouthCoast Education Compact Information Technology Expo. The event will be held March 19, 2004 at UMass Dartmouth. [more]
Keleli African Drumming Concert At Umass Dartmouth December 04, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Music Department Kekeli African Drum and Dance Ensemble will hold its fall concert on Thursday, December 4, 2003 in the UMass Dartmouth Main Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. [more]
$360k Grant To Support Study Of Climate, Global And Coastal Marine Environmental Change November 26, 2003 DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS - The National Science Foundation has announced a major award to the Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory at the UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology. The $360,000 grant is designated for the acquisition of a mass spectrometer and associated instrumentation. [more]
Master Of Art Education Students Showcase Works November 26, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Master of Art Education students will host a "Graduate Studio" exhibition of paintings, costume pieces, prints, assemblages and collages from November 25 - December 12, 2003 in the Group VI, Gallery I (first floor). [more]
Local Company Fights For Rights To Name November 26, 2003 Fall River, Massachusetts - American Advanced Power Incorporated (AAP), a start-up company operating in the UMass Dartmouth Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center, is battling the United Parcel Service in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) over the right to the acronym ?UPS?. [more]
Umass Students Show Off Computer-Generated Art November 26, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 11th Annual Student Electronic Imaging Festival was held Friday, November 21, 2003 at 7:30 p.m., in the College of Visual and Performing Arts Recital Hall, Room 153, Group VI. [more]
Holiday Concert At Umass Dartmouth November 26, 2003 DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS - Pianist Jonathan Yoken will perform works by Bach, Chopin, Ravel and Debussy in a holiday concert to be held 2 p.m., Dec. 14 at UMass Dartmouth. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Library Introduces Web Site On Stick Style Architecture In Area November 26, 2003 November 26, 2003 DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS - Combining pastime with profession, UMass Dartmouth librarian Bruce Barnes has created an Internet web site about ?stick style? architecture that features photographs, history, and detailed bibliographic references for the serious researcher. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Music Department Announces Fall Schedule November 06, 2003 Dartmouth, MA?The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Music Department announced its the fall lineup of musical performances. Unless otherwise noted, all performances will take place at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts auditorium, room 153. [more]
Oceanserver Technology Inc. Forms New Company November 06, 2003 Fall River, MA ? The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announced today that a newly formed company, OceanServer Technology, Inc., opened a research & development office at its Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center (ATMC) located in Fall River. OceanServer Technology develops and manufactures embedded instruments, sensors, and other computer-based subsystems for use in the marine environment. The company?s first product is a navigation device that will be field tested later this year. [more]
Two Umass Dartmouth Alumnae Featured In 'Natural Forces' Art Show November 06, 2003 Dartmouth, MA/Maynard, MA?Catherine Carter and Cheryl Clinton, two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth alumna, are featured in the ?Natural Forces: Three Artists Experience the Landscape? exhibit, October 22-November 21, 2003 at the Art Space-Maynard Gallery (Maynard, MA). [more]
French Cabaret Singer Extraordinaire To Perform At Umass Dartmouth October 30, 2003 DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS ? The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Boivin Center for French Language and Culture announced that Ms. Annie Royer, will perform in a special concert on the evening of Monday, December 1, 2003 in the Main Auditorium at the campus in Dartmouth at 7 pm. Parking is available in lots 4, 5 and 6. [more]
Cultural Affairs Committee Presents Koresh Dance Company October 30, 2003 Dartmouth ? On November 6, 2003, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Cultural Affairs Committee will present the high-energy Koresh Dance Company in the Main Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Parking is available in lots 4, 5 and 6. [more]
Two Umass Dartmouth Alumni Featured In ?Natural Forces? Art Show October 30, 2003 Dartmouth, MA/Maynard, MA?Catherine Carter and Cheryl Clinton, two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth alumni, are featured in the ?Natural Forces: Three Artists Experience the Landscape? exhibit, showing from October 22-November 21, 2003 at the Art Space-Maynard Gallery (Maynard, MA). Each of the artists draws on natural forces for the imagery in her work. [more]
Museum Features Umass Faculty Member Installation Art October 30, 2003 Miami, FL/ Dartmouth, MA?The installation artwork of Rebecca Hutchinson, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Assistant Professor of Ceramics, will be featured at the Lowe Museum in Miami, FL, now through November 9, 2003. [more]
Holocaust Lecture October 29, 2003 HOLOCAUST LECTURE DARTMOUTH - On Wednesday, October 29, 2003, the Center for Jewish Culture is sponsoring a lecture by Dr. Robert Erickson at 4 P.M. in the Library Browsing Area of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in lot #13. [more]
Scholarship Created At UMD To Honor Local Business Leaders October 24, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and Feitelberg Insurance jointly announced the creation of the Feitelberg/Abraham Scholarship program at the Dartmouth campus to recognize Joseph H. Feitelberg and Anthony J. Abraham for their many years of leadership and community services. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Calls For Nominations For Drum Major Award In Honor Of Martin Luther King Jr. October 23, 2003 Dartmouth, MA? University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack announced that the University is presenting its first ?Drum Major Award? to memorialize the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Drum Major Award will honor individuals who have made significant contributions toward realizing Dr. King?s dream of equality, social justice, and peace. In one of his more famous sermons, Dr. King said, ??say that I was a drum major for justice?for peace?for righteousness.? [more]
Umass Dartmouth Chosen To Participate In 2005 Solar Decathalon; Kick-Off Event Scheduled October 22, 2003 Dartmouth, MA?The National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy has chosen the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth to participate in the 2005 Solar Decathlon. A kick-off event was held Wednesday, October 22, 2003 at 1:30 p.m. in room 308 (third floor) of the UMass Dartmouth Foster Administration building. The UMass Dartmouth Chancellor, the Executive Director of Washington D.C. Habitat for Humanity, a representative of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust, a Department of Energy representative, representatives of national sponsors for the Solar Decathlon (such as Home Depot), and elected officials were in attendance. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Hillel Hosts Celebration Of Peace October 16, 2003 UMASS DARTMOUTH HILLEL HOSTS CELEBRATION OF PEACE Dartmouth, MA?Please join the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Hillel in the Shalom Sukkah between Group 6 and the Library on Thursday, October 16 at 4:00 p.m. for a Celebration of Peace. [more]
Local Artist Featured On Cbs Sunday Morning October 10, 2003 The broadcast, entitled ?From Espionage to Art,? presented a profile of Magnan, his wife Mary, and his sculptures. Correspondent Anthony Mason focused on what people undertake after retirement, specifically his transition from government to art, and the cancer exhibit the Magnans created after Mary?s ovarian cancer diagnosis. [more]
See The Stars At Umass Dartmouth Observatory September 25, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-Get up close and personal with the stars. Weather permitting, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Observatory will be open for public viewing of the night sky on select Monday evenings. Unless otherwise noted, the viewings will begin at 7:30 p.m. on September 29, October 20, November 17, December 1, January 26, February 23, March 22, April 26 (at 8:30 p.m.) and May 10 (at 8:30 p.m.). [more]
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholar Joins Umass Dartmouth Mfa Fine Arts Program September 24, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship student Jacquelyn M. Singer (New Columbia, PA) has joined the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in the Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) program, part of the College of Visual and Performing Arts. She previously attended the Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore, MD), where she earned a B.F.A. in painting. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Faculty Member Wins Music's Ascap Award September 24, 2003 James Bohn received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1992. He received his Master's degree from the University of Illinois a year later where he, in the spring of 1997, completed his D.M.A. He currently teaches Music Technology and Music Theory at UMass Dartmouth. [more]
Mikel, Inc. Opens New Engineering Office At Atmc September 22, 2003 Fall River, MA - September 22, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth announced today that MIKEL, Inc. has opened a new engineering office in Fall River, at the Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center (ATMC). With corporate headquarters in Nevada, MIKEL opened this expansion office with three new employees. Its primary focus is on providing the U.S. Navy with technological solutions for undersea warfare. [more]
Umass Professor Tapped For Humanities Board September 22, 2003 Dartmouth, MA- The University of Massachusetts announced today that Dr. Frank F. Sousa, Associate Professor of Portuguese and Director of the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors of the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities. [more]
Micro Magnetics, Inc. Receives Funding September 12, 2003 MICRO MAGNETICS, INC. RECEIVES FUNDING FROM NIST FOR DEVELOPING SPINTRONICS-BASED METROLOGY FOR THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY FALL RIVER, MA - September 12, 2003 - Micro Magnetics, Inc., a start-up company with headquarters in Fall River at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center (ATMC) has been awarded a $2 million grant from the federal National Institute of Standards and Technology's? Advanced Technology Program (ATP). [more]
Umass Dartmouth And Partners Lead The Way In Scallop Research And Conservation September 11, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-This summer fisheries scientists from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth conducted the most comprehensive survey of the Atlantic sea scallop resource ever undertaken. [more]
Umd Faculty Members Recognizes For Excellence In Teaching And Scholarship September 11, 2003 DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently announced that two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professors, Dr. Lewis Kamm and Dr. Gerard Koot, were selected to receive national awards for excellence in teaching and scholarship in their respective fields. This prestigious national recognition includes a combined award of $175,000 in grants from the NEH. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Hosts Fall College Fair September 10, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-Representatives from more than 200 colleges will converge at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Tripp Athletic Center for the 2003 Fall College Fair on Sunday, September 14, 2003 [more]
Umass Dartmouth Center For Jewish Culture And Hillel Announces Fall Events September 10, 2003 Dartmouth, MA-The Center for Jewish Culture and Hillel at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites community members to attend their fall events at the University. All are free and open to the public. [more]
Boivin Center Present French Cultural Events On October 20 And December 1 September 08, 2003 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. [more]
Best-Selling Authors To Speak At Umass Dartmouth Library Benefit September 08, 2003 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. [more]
Second Edition Book By Umass Dartmouth Scholar Explains Rise Of Early Modern Science September 07, 2003 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. [more]
Art Gallery Exhibit Features Programs In Artisanry September 05, 2003 Sept 5, 2003 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 [more]
Dean Mary Louise Walsh December 9, 1916 July 26, 2003 September 05, 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 [more]
Umass Dartmouth Marketing Students From Omniad Seek Business Clients September 04, 2003 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. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Offers Algebra Course For 7th, 8th, & 9th Grade Students September 04, 2003 Sept. 4, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Division of Professional & Continuing Education will offer a unique, non-credit course, Algebra for All, designed for middle school students interested in improving or enhancing their algebra skills. Students who are already doing well in their math classes, as well as students who are having difficulty understanding the foundations of algebra, are invited to enroll. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Starts Academic Year With Focus On Academic And Research Excellence August 29, 2003 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. [more]
Share Foundation Receives $200,000 From Legislature August 22, 2003 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.. [more]
Umass Dartmouth Library Announces Brown Bag Lunch Series For Fall Semester August 22, 2003 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. [more]
UMass Dartmouth Center for Rehabilitation Engineering- August 22, 2003 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. [more]
Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center To Hold Industry Summit On September 11 August 18, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth?s Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center (NRAC) will host an Industry Summit on September 11 at the Johnson and Wales Inn, located in Seekonk, Massachusetts [more]
Public Trust is Earned--- Even by the Media August 06, 2003 Public Trust is Earned [more]
Freshman Summer Institute August 3-8 August 06, 2003 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Engineering presents the Second Freshman Summer Institute August 3-8 [more]
UMass Dartmouth Accepting Donations for a Community Bicycle Program July 28, 2003 UMass Dartmouth Accepting Donations for a Community Bicycle Program in September [more]
Mediterranian Studies Association Wins Stella D'Oro Award From European Parliament July 28, 2003 Mediterranean Studies Association (MSA), received the prestigious 2003 Stella D'Oro Award of Merit for European Culture from the European Parliament and the Robert Schuman Foundation. Receiving the award on behalf of the Association was Dr. Benjamin Taggie, a history professor at UMass Dartmouth who serves as the Executive Director of the MSA, and the director of the Summer Mediterranean Studies Programs. [more]
Summer Portuguese Lecture and Concert Series July 11, 2003 The Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will hold Summer Portuguese Lecture and Concert Series [more]
Renaissance Kids Camp comes to Southcoast July 02, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts, in conjunction with the Acushnet & Westport Public Schools, is proud to announce an exciting new summer camp called ?Renaissance Kids.? This innovative summer program will introduce students to several aspects of the visual and performing arts [more]
Pops concert and Fireworks at UMass Dartmouth July 3 July 02, 2003 UMASS Dartmouth annual Independence Day Pops Concert and Fireworks, Thursday, July 3rd , 6 p.m. Weather permitting [more]
SEMAP's Sizzling Summer Chef Series July 01, 2003 Three acclaimed chefs will demonstrate how to make seasonal specialties during SEMAP's Sizzling Summer Chef Series " Westport Cooks" at Lees Market in Westport. Native produce and other local products such as local wines and cheeses will be featured in all the recipes. [more]
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Denounces Hate-Crime June 24, 2003 On Sunday, June 23rd one of our graduate students, Mr. Saurabh Bhalerao, was brutally attacked, beaten and victimized while delivering a pizza in the community. [more]
UMass Dartmouth scientist receives Fulbright Scholar Award May 30, 2003 May 30, 2003John R. Buck, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the School for Marine Science and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant [more]
JOHN ST. CROIX of Harwich graduates from UMass Dartmouth in May; will attend Harvard University in S May 29, 2003 May 29, 2003 JOHN ST. CROIX of Harwich graduates from UMass Dartmouth in May; will attend Harvard University in September [more]
Grant Carlisle Foundation awards $7,200 to Southcoast Compeer Program May 19, 2003 The Carlisle Foundation of Framingham, MA has awarded the UMass Dartmouth Southcoast Compeer Program $7,200 [more]
NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth $200,000 May 14, 2003 NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth $200,000 to make program universally accessible through the Web [more]
Invitation to the UMass Dartmouth Community to attend Forum May 14, 2003 May 14, 2003 Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack issued the following invitation to the UMass Dartmouth Community via a broadcast E-mail on May 12, 2003. [more]
Scallop Survey to aid conservation and protect scallop harvest from Georges Bank to Virginia May 13, 2003 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. [more]
Explore MBA opportunities at UMass Dartmouth; information session on May 7 May 07, 2003 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. [more]
Student Senate Speak May 01, 2003 As student leaders we are not only compelled, but obligated to voice our opinions and concerns about state affairs that directly affect our University. [more]
Bill Walton will be the featured speaker at the annual Excellence in Marketing Awards Dinner April 29, 2003 April 30, 2003 Basketball legend Bill Walton will be the featured speaker at the annual Excellence in Marketing Awards Dinner [more]
Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture and the Department of Portuguese will hosts a conference April 29, 2003 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. [more]
The 2003 Jonathan Blake Waxler Award for Social Justice awarded to Kelly DeSonza of New Bedford April 15, 2003 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. [more]
SMAST demonstrates excellence of its research April 11, 2003 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. [more]
Storm Surge Expert Turns Eye to Red Tide April 09, 2003 April 9, 2003 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. [more]
NEH awards Changing Lives Through Literature April 09, 2003 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. [more]
Umass Dartmouth And Wheaton Choruses Sing "Songs Of War, Songs Of Peace" April 27 April 09, 2003 "Songs of War, Songs of Peace" will be presented by the combined choirs of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and Wheaton College, under the direction of Tim Harbold. The timely program will be presented twice on Sunday, April 27. [more]
CHECHEN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS TO SPEAK April 17 AT UMASS DARTMOUTH April 09, 2003 April 9, 2003 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. [more]
UMass Dartmouth 103rd commencement is May 25; Roberta Flack is speaker April 09, 2003 The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will hold its 103rd Commencement ceremony at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 25, 2003 in the Vietnam Veterans Peace Memorial Amphitheater. [more]
"An African Extravaganza" and Percussion Ensemble performs at UMass Dartmouth April 19 March 31, 2003 The Pan-African Dance Group at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will present "An African Extravaganza" and The UMass Percussion Ensemble will debut their new Steel Drum Ensemble, El Caribe [more]
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, Presidential candidate, speaks on globalism, US international policy March 20, 2003 Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, Presidential candidate, speaks on globalism, US international policy, and the War on Iraq on Monday, March 24 at UMass Dartmouth [more]
Impact of the Governor's action on the UMass Bond Bil March 20, 2003 UMass Dartmouth had begun work repairing Cressy Field [more]
Consulate General of Germany, Boston, to speak at UMass Dartmouth March 26 March 19, 2003 The Honorable Rolf-Dieter F. Schnelle, Consul General of The Federal Republic of Germany, will be the guest of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth [more]
The future of the Massachusetts Cranberry Grower March 19, 2003 March 19, 2003 The future of the Massachusetts Cranberry Grower, a marketing research study by the Slade's Ferry Bank Center for Business Research at UMass Dartmouth, welcomed by cranberry industry seeking technical assistance [more]
SMAST Mount Hope Bay study update scheduled March 26 March 13, 2003 March 13, 2003 Scientists at the School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth are studying the evolution of the ecosystem in Mount Hope Bay. [more]
Bioterrorism, vaccinations, and state preparedness program March 26 March 12, 2003 An information program on "Bioterrorism: Local, State, and Regional Preparedness on Vaccination Issues" will be presented for the public on Wednesday, March 26 from 3-5 p.m. in the Campus Center Main Auditorium by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Nursing. [more]
Nativity School for New Bedford youngsters serves as Art Education lab school for UMass Dartmouth ar March 05, 2003 March 5, 2003 Visit the basement of the former YWCA building in downtown New Bedford, and you'll perhaps encounter a group of boys sketching, painting, even making puppet figures. [more]
Mystery authors to speak at UMass Dartmouth April 28 March 05, 2003 If you're a fan of mystery thrillers, you'll want to be at the UMass Dartmouth Library at 7 p.m., April 28 [more]
UMass Dartmouth Professor Karen Payton seeks to understand speech recognition March 05, 2003 March 5, 2003 The voices on the answering machine and the ATM sound human, but aren't. The vocalizations made by many who are deaf don't sound human, but they are. [more]
Researcher looks to Antartica for key to understanding global climate March 05, 2003 March 5, 2003Dr. Mark Altabet, a professor at the School for Marine Sciences and Technology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, is looking southwards for research opportunities in his field of marine biogeochemistry. [more]
A Fireman's Friend poster created by UMass Dartmouth graduate Matthew Gill '99; poster sale proceeds March 04, 2003 March 4, 2003 Matthew Gill travels the world with a camera, abundant curiosity, and a magnanimous heart. He's been all over, from China and Iceland to a road trip across America. Not only has he taken an extraordinary range of photographs, he's also written about his experiences, observations, and feelings. [more]
Colloquium on Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture In Massachusetts March 03, 2003 March 8, 2003 Colloquium on Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture In Massachusetts hosted by the UMass Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture and The Center for Policy Analysis [more]
Poets reign in April at UMASS Dartmouth March 03, 2003 March 13, 2003 April is National Poetry Month and the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth is planning to celebrate with a month long reading series. [more]
A University of Massachusetts Faculty Profile Elliott Horch illuminates our galaxy's origins March 03, 2003 All things being relative, some of the stars above us are really old?maybe 13 billion years old versus the one million (or less) years clocked by newer stars [more]
Father and daughter, a professor at UMass Dartmouth, present concert at UMD March 2 March 02, 2003 February 5, 2003 Christina Biron, a pianist and professor of Spanish at the University of Dartmouth, and her father Paul Makara, Professor Emeritus of Violin at Bowling Green State University, will perform a program of classical music on Sunday, March 2 at 3 p.m. in the Visual and Performing Arts Recital Hall (parking lot 9). Admission is free; a reception follows. [more]
Statement from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth re Governor Romney's proposal for the Unive February 28, 2003 Statement from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth re Governor Romney's proposal for the University of Massachusetts System. [more]
Micro Magnetics Ships First Microscope February 27, 2003 February 27, 2003 Micro Magnetics announced the shipment of its first scanning microscope to a University Partner for use in the study of magnetic tagging in immunoassay. and The UMass Dartmouth, Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center (ATMC) is located at the South Coast Research and Technology Park in Fall River, MA. The ATMC s focus is to act as a catalyst, enabling technology development, and fostering economic growth in Southeastern Massachusetts. [more]
Dartmouth February 20, 2003 Antiques and Books Appraisal Day at UMass Dartmouth Library March 30 February 20, 2003 Collectors of antique and vintage items can learn more about their current value at the fourth annual Antiques and Books Appraisal Day to be held from 1 to 4 p.m., March 30, at the UMass Dartmouth Library [more]
UMass Dartmouth and SRTA sign bus pass agreement February 20, 2003 Feb. 20, 2003 UMass Dartmouth and SRTA, the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority, signed a "Rideshare Program" agreement Thursday (February 20) that provides an incentive for UMass Dartmouth students to use the regional public transportation system. [more]
UMass Destination...Graduation Program expanded to include local schools February 19, 2003 Februar y 20, 2003 UMass Dartmouth expanded its successful MCAS preparation and remediation program known as Destination...Graduation to include New Bedford High School and New Bedford Regional Vocational School while maintaining Wareham and Canton High Schools from a previous grant. [more]
UMass Dartmouth Offers Algebra Course for 7th, 8th, & 9th Grade Students January 29, 2003 UMass Dartmouth, through the Division of Continuing Education, will offer Algebra for All, [more]
Umass Dartmouth Instructor Pens Simpsons Episode January 29, 2003 January 29, 2003 UMass Dartmouth continuing education instructor, Neal Boushell, has written an upcoming episode for FOX's award-winning animated series THE SIMPSONS. The episode is scheduled to air Sunday February 9, at 8 p.m. on FOX during the television industry's competitive February "sweeps" period. [more]
Boivin Center For French Language And Culture Lectures At Umass Dartmouth January 29, 2003 January 29, 2003 BOIVIN CENTER FOR FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE LECTURES AT UMASS DARTMOUTH For further information, contact Professor Mel Yoken, Director of the Boivin Center at: Myoken@umassd.edu or 508-999-8335 [more]
UMD Center for Jewish Culture hosts public lectures Feb 2-April 2 January 29, 2003 Jan. 29, 2003 The Center for Jewish Culture and Hillel at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth are sponsors of the following public lectures and events. For further information, telephone 508-9106974 [more]
Professor Brian J. Rothschild, dean of the Intercampus Graduate School of Marine Sciences and Techno January 24, 2003 March 3, 2003 A University of Massachusetts faculty profile: Professor Brian J. Rothschild, dean of the Intercampus Graduate School of Marine Sciences and Technology [more]
Book on Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts published by University January 24, 2003 The Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture and the Luso-American Foundation have published a new book entitled Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts. [more]
UMass Dartmouth to host MLK breakfast Jan 31, featuring Suffolk County sheriff as speaker January 24, 2003 January 24, 2003 Andrea J. Cabral, sheriff of Suffolk County, will be guest speaker at the Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast on Friday, January 31 at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. [more]
PLANNING TO MINIMIZE YOUR TAXES workshop hosted by UMass Dartmouth on Feb 5; pre-register by Jan. 30 January 23, 2003 January 23, 2003 Slade's Ferry Bank Center for Business Research at UMASS Dartmouth, in collaboration with the Fall River, New Bedford, Taunton and Metro South Chambers of Commerce is offering a tax seminar entitled "Planning To Minimize Your Taxes". [more]
January 23, 2003 Volunteer group for mentally ill forms at UMass Dartmouth January 23, 2003 UMass Dartmouth announces the implementation of a new Faith In Action Community Service volunteer program called Compeer. Westport resident Karen Nourse is coordinator for this new program [more]
Faculty Federation honors outstanding faculty and professional staff January 07, 2003 UMass Dartmouth Faculty Federation honors outstanding faculty and professional staff at annual awards banquet The UMass Dartmuh Faculty Federation announced winners of the annual Scholars of the Year, Teacher of the Year and ESU Employee of the Year at its annual awards banquet held recently at the Hawthorne Country Club. [more]
MEMA & MSP Distribute Public Safety Communications Equipment To Local Public Colleges January 03, 2003 Framingham, MA The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Headquarters in Framingham was the site for the distribution Public Safety Communications Equipment across the Commonwealth were on hand to accept this equipment [more]

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