Today@UMass Lowell
March 31, 2015

Middle-Schoolers Get Help Fighting Cyberbullies
Students in a class at McGlynn Middle School in Medford are addressing cyberbullying through computer programming, with the help of Assoc. Prof. Fred Martin. Read More

Assoc. Prof. Fred Martin conducts a teachers’ workshop at Olsen Hall on North Campus.

Philosophy Prof: Resistance Isn’t Futile
Carol Hay, an assistant professor of philosophy, earned the American Philosophical Association's 2015 Gregory Kavka/UC Irvine Prize in Political Philosophy, regarded as the most prestigious prize in the field. Read More

Carol Hay is the first junior scholar to earn the Kavka Prize in political philosophy. Photo by Tory Germann.

Freewheelers Hits for ‘Cycle’ at Fenway
The Freewheelers Bike Share program was named a Spotlight winner at the Mass ECO Awards, while the university received its fourth Pinnacle Award. Read More

MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack presented Campus Recreation Director Peter Murray, left, and Transportation Services Manager Ruairi O’Mahony with top honors at the Mass ECO Awards at Fenway Park.