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UMass Law partners with Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation to provide legal education pathways

Truman Scholars attending UMass Law will receive tuition support in Foundation’s first dedicated law school partnership. The University of Massachusetts School of Law – Dartmouth is partnering with the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation to create opportunities for Truman Scholars to earn their law degree. The UMass Law Truman Foundation …

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Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife wants to educate residents about declining black racer snake population

In search of the black racer snake: Little is known about the abundance and distribution of northern black racers in Massachusetts. An upcoming Massachusetts Wildlife magazine article follows a group on Martha’s Vineyard as they research these snakes. Seeing a five-foot long northern black racer (Coluber constrictor) hunting in a …

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New Bedford Public Schools awarded $240,000 Massachusetts Life Sciences Stem Grant, largest stem grant statewide

NBPS Capstone Life Sciences College & Career Program will create makerspaces for young scientists. New Bedford Public Schools is receiving a $240,000 grant to support its STEM programs, the Baker-Polito Administration and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) announced recently. It is the largest grant awarded among more than 90 …

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New Bedford Public Schools awarded $100,000 state grant for summer programs and activities

NBPS collaborates with three local agencies to enhance students’ summer learning and recreational activities. New Bedford Public Schools has been awarded a Summer School Expansion & Engagement grant totaling $100,000, the Baker-Polito Administration announced recently. Funding will make possible eight weeks of expanded access and enhanced summer programming provided by …

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