Center Builds Relationships with Asian-American Community Through ResearchThe UMass Lowell Center for Asian American Studies is conducting research and building relationships to benefit the larger community.
Kriebel Receives $1.4M Grant for Vision Disorder ResearchProf. David Kriebel of Work Environment recently received a $1.4M grant to study preventable causes of retinal detachment. Read More
Lunchtime Lecture Brings Former Reporter to CampusFormer TV reporter Susan Wornick shared stories from her years on the frontlines of the news business in a Lunchtime Lecture at the ICC.
River Hawk Homecoming Weekend
Open House for Ph.D. in Business Administration
Ice Hockey vs. Michigan
Hawkey Way: Homecoming Family Fun
Admissions Fall Open House
(10/22/2014) On Thursday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m., audience members are encouraged to come in costume when the University Orchestra performs a frightening array of Halloween classics during a free concert for the public.
(10/22/2014) Op-ed column by UMass Dartmouth professor mentions UMass Lowell's status as a research university.
(10/22/2014) Letter to editor seeking info on motorist who hit a UMass Lowell bicyclist.
(10/21/2014) It wasn’t that Evan Campbell had a bad freshman season, but he perhaps didn’t quite live up to the lofty expectations placed upon him. The arrival of the 2013 NHL Draft selection of the Edmonton Oilers had River Hawks fans giddy, but he scored just nine goals and added two assists for 11 points in 33 games.
(10/21/2014) Rookie goaltender Connor Hellebuyck arrived in Gander, Newfoundland, at 2 a.m. on October 2 after being sent to the American Hockey League’s St. John’s IceCaps from Winnipeg Jets training camp. The former River Hawk is a pure student of the game and in an effort to continue his education, he made sure he was among the first skaters on the ice when IceCaps camp kicked off that next day.
(10/21/2014) The Springfield Falcons have reassigned forward former River Hawk Riley Wetmore to ECHL affiliate Kalamazoo Wings, Director of Hockey Operations Bruce Landon announced.
(10/22/2014) Town Administrator Mark Andrews is one of two finalists for the top post in the town of Pepperell. Andrews has degrees from UMass Lowell and Suffolk University, where he teaches public administration and finance. He also teaches similar courses at UMass Medical School.