The UMass Lowell cricket club team, revived after a seven-year hiatus, is dominating the competition and eyeing a spot in next spring’s national championship.
ISSO’s new Pair-Up Program goes from DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge winner to reality, bridging the gap between domestic and international students.
Now in their second year, Transformational Tuesdays provide an informal forum for faculty to get together, explore teaching challenges and share ideas for creating the best possible classroom environment.
Seth Bailin (’11, ’15) has found his groove in Lowell as the founder of the city’s Party Band and through his work teaching music to teens at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell.
More than 100 students and campus community members test drive electric vehicles during the Office of Sustainability’s first-ever EV Ride and Drive event on South Campus.
University Crossing was designed to connect the campus and transform student life. One year after opening, it’s achieved those goals — and more.
Computer Science Prof. Holly Yanco has been named University Professor, the highest distinction bestowed on faculty members.
Campus Wi-Fi is faster and more far-reaching than ever thanks to the university’s three-year, $3 million information technology infrastructure improvement project.
New Asst. Professor of Strategic Management Elizabeth Altman has 25 years of industry experience and research to share with Manning School grad students.
Thanks to a $1 million grant from a federally funded program and a unique partnership between global defense giant Raytheon Co. and UMass Lowell, researchers at the Raytheon-UMass Lowell Research Institute (RURI) are helping bring the future of 3D-printed flexible electronics one step closer to reality.
Prof. Martin Margala of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been awarded the Fulbright-Czech Technical University Distinguished Chair in Electrical Engineering.
Electrical and computer engineering Prof. Ziyad Salameh has been honored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society with the 2015 Ramakumar Family Renewable Energy Excellence Award in recognition of his contributions to the field.
Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney and keynote speaker Clancy Martin welcomed new students at the annual convocation ceremony and urged them to make the most of their opportunities at UMass Lowell.
Despite the rigors of competing at the Division I level, UMass Lowell student-athletes are excelling in the classroom.
Chancellor Moloney recognizes achievements, and eyes the future, on #First90 campus engagement tours.
Teams of researchers led by UMass Lowell are developing state-of-the-art “lidar” (light detection and ranging) technology to map and study the environment in unprecedented detail.
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.
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