UMass Dartmouth professor looks
to tackle hunger on South Coast

PICTURED FROM LEFT, Timothy Shea, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Charlton College of Business associate professor; Deirdre Healy, director of community services and partnerships, UMass Dartmouth Leduc Center for Civic Engagement; and Christine Sullivan, 4C Collaborative and Coastline Elderly Services, are hoping to raise awareness of local, food-insecure residents. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH
DARTMOUTH – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth associate professor Timothy Shea is hoping a computer-based solution will bridge the gap between those fighting hunger and the resources they need to survive. In partnership with Southcoast Services, Shea, an assistant professor of decision and information sciences, is building a smartphone app that will do just that. The…
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