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State Officials Push Higher Education In State Economy
With 200-thousand jobs in Massachusetts expected to be open in the next three years, state officials say a college education is more important than ever.
Dr. Carlos Santiago, the Commissioner of the MA Department of Higher Education, visited UMass Dartmouth on Wednesday...
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Names Diversity Council
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Divina Grossman says the university's new Diversity Council will report directly to her and make recommendations on issues of race and inclusion.
Their priorities include better recruitment and retention of diverse faculty members, a review of curriculum so graduates can fu…
UMass Dartmouth Police Issue Warnings
UMass Dartmouth students are being warned about a pair of incidents, one on campus grounds, the other in Downtown New Bedford.
The University's Department of Public Safety says a female student notified them Monday afternoon about a man who was indecently exposing himself near Lot 17 on the…
Submit Your Questions For Mayoral Debate
The race for City Hall is heating  up, and WBSM wants you to be a part of it.
Mayor Jon Mitchell and challenger Maria Giesta will debate the issues on Wednesday, October 28th at 7pm during a debate at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center...
Healey Speaks At Women’s Fund Leadership Event At UMass
Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey says her office plans to address domestic and dating violence with a program called "Game Changer" funded by the New England Patriots.
Speaking at UMass Dartmouth on Thursday, Healey says thanks to a $500,000 donation from Patriots owner Robert Kr…
Montigny: Baker Approves Money For SMAST Expansion
A long-awaited project for New Bedford is the subject of an announcement from Beacon hill.
State Senator Mark Montigny of New Bedford says Governor Baker has agreed to release funding for the construction of a new building at the UMass Dartmouth School of Marine Science and Technology in the South En…
Narcan Training Offered On UMass Dartmouth Campus
Students, faculty and members of the general public are signing up on the UMass Dartmouth campus for free training on the use of Narcan.
Narcan is a drug being used by first responders across the state to "bring back" heroin users who have overdosed...

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