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Divina Grossman To Step Down On December 24th
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Divina Grossman is stepping down on December 24th of this year.
The Boston Globe reported last month that UMass President Marty Meehan was looking to replace Grossman, in part because of declining enrollment and a drop off in fundraising.
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…
UMass Dartmouth Starts Year With Convocation Ceremony
Tuesday's Convocation at UMass Dartmouth marked the start of the University's school year.
Chancellor Divina Grossman says expanding research on campus is still very much a part of the university's strategic plan.  "Our goal is to transform outselves into a doctoral research university so that w…
Class of 2018 Comes to UMass Dartmouth
Over 1,500 freshmen will be preparing for their first college experience at UMass Dartmouth this weekend.
The incoming Class of 2018 will be moving into their dorm rooms on Sunday afternoon. University spokesman John Hoey tells WBSM News it should be a relatively smooth move...
Grossman Elected To Climate Commitment Committee
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Divina Grossman says her newest election is a great privilege.
Grossman has been elected to the American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment Steering Committee, to assist in their mission to reverse global warming.
New Study Says UMass Dartmouth Has Major Economic Impact
A new study completed by the University of Massachusetts' Donahue Institute, says the UMass Dartmouth campus provides a major boost for the state's economy.
The study says UMass Dartmouth contributed $517 million to the Bay State's economy in 2013, and supported nearly 2,500 external j…
UMass System Sees Increased Funding
UMass Dartmouth is putting increased funding to use after Governor Deval Patrick signed the state budget Friday. The finalized budget includes $479 million in funding for the five UMass campuses, a $39 million increase over last year's funding level...

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