The university's Wellness Center offers students support through counseling, health services and safety programs.
The new academic year begins with a new chancellor, new faculty and new programs on a growing campus.
“The Lure of the Spindle: The Portuguese in Early 20th Century Lowell” showcases the lives of immigrants at work and in the community and explores their devotion to their faith, families and neighborhoods. The exhibit was inspired by historic records discovered in the attic of Lowell City Hall and is presented in part by the Saab-Pedroso Center for Portuguese Culture and Research, the Center for Lowell History and Lowell National Historical Park.
Health Sciences students challenged themselves this summer by working in laboratories, nursing homes and exercise facilities locally and across the country – all to help them gain experience and make an impact.
The campus construction boom continued this summer, highlighted by a new wing at Riverview Suites, site prep for the Pulichino Tong Business Building and renovations at the McGauvran Student Center.
Thanks to internship with Constellation Energy, mechanical engineering major Dan Orth has a hand in university’s $27 million Accelerated Energy Program project.
Students in Prof. Marie Frank’s American Art class not only read about iconic art, they also helped conserve several casts of historic sculptures as part of their coursework.
Six Manning School of Business students help Superstorm Sandy victims rebuild while observing how nonprofit organization works during weeklong visit to Brooklyn.
UMass Lowell students showcased their ingenuity and intellectual prowess by racking up numerous honors and awards in nationwide competitions this spring and summer.
After working in Iraq and Afghanistan for five years, Mehmed Ali is excited for his new assignment: Program and Project Coordinator for the university libraries.
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