Today@UMass Lowell
Aug. 21, 2014

Health Sciences Undergrads Research Real Problems
Health Sciences undergraduate students gain real-world research experience through the university’s Co-op Scholar program. Read More

Exercise Physiology major Caroline Stark dons a motion detector suit with sensors that measures body motion.

Co-op Scholars Spend Summer Working, Learning
More than 100 rising sophomores participated in the Co-op Scholar Program this summer, working in labs, conducting research and getting professional experience. Read More

Jaclyn Solimine, a mechanical engineering major, researched methods for detecting damage in wind turbines as part of the Co-op Scholar program, which is offered to high-achieving students.

Service-Learning Leads to Self-Discovery
Honors students organized and staffed a day of fun for siblings separated by the foster system in a newly designated service-learning college writing course. Read More

Service-learning students helped foster children reconnect with their siblings and introduced them to campus life at Sibling Sunday.

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