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UMass Dartmouth receives grant to create innovative curriculum for a Transformative Justice Certification Program

The University and partners Massasoit Community College and UMass School of Law were awarded $150,000 to bolster Southeastern Massachusetts workforce readiness in justice-related occupations. UMass Dartmouth, along with partners Massasoit Community College and UMass School of Law, were awarded a $150,000 Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) grant from the Office …

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Bristol Community College celebrates 2021 Virtual Commencement Ceremony, Valedictorian, Salutatorian and prestigious award recipients

Bristol Community College celebrated its 54th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 22, 2021, at 5:30 p.m., on Bristol’s 2021 Commencement website, Facebook and YouTube pages. The ceremony’s unique virtual format featured new additions, including fun “watch party” packages sent to each graduate with their cap, gown and special celebratory items. …

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UMass Dartmouth to reinstate women’s tennis and women’s swimming & diving

Due to changing demographics within the UMass Dartmouth student population and given the current collegiate sports environment, the University has revisited its July 2020 decision to discontinue eight of the University’s 25 intercollegiate athletic programs – women’s equestrian, men’s golf, men’s lacrosse, co-ed sailing, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, …

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UMass Dartmouth faculty member awarded third Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship

UMass Dartmouth Professor Bridget A. Teboh (History) has been awarded a 2020-2021 fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP). The fellowship will enable her to travel to Nigeria to work with Benue State University Makurdi (BSUM) and Professor Msugh Moses KEMBE (Vice-Chancellor) on Curriculum Co-development, Graduate Students Teaching/Mentoring, …

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UMass Dartmouth student named to Massachusetts Department of Higher Education “29 Who Shine”

Education champion, Maggie Sullivan ‘21, honored on May 13 in virtual State House ceremony. Maggie Sullivan ’21, of West Roxbury, Massachusetts was celebrated by Governor Charlie Baker at a virtual ceremony as a “29 Who Shine Award” recipient. The Massachusetts Department of Higher Education award honors 29 outstanding students, one …

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UMass Dartmouth faculty to participate in 2021 STEM for All Video Showcase: COVID, Equity & Social Justice

Faculty members Chandra Orrill, Shakhnoza Kayumova, and Ramprasad Balasubramanian to present “Computational Thinking Counts in Elementary Grades.” UMass Dartmouth Professor Chandra Orrill (STEM Education & Teacher Development), Associate Professor Shakhnoza Kayumova (STEM Education & Teacher Development), and Vice Provost for Research & Academic Affairs Ramprasad Balasubramanian will be featured in …

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Bristol Community College announces partnership with the Boston BullPen Project to further assist student needs

Bristol Community College has announced a new partnership with the Boston BullPen Project to further assist students’ financial needs. The innovative Boston BullPen Project provides emergency funding to a wide and diverse community from Boston to Worcester, including veterans, families, at-risk youth, homeless, patients and others. The unique partnership with …

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