Today@UMass Lowell
Jan. 26, 2015

Researchers to Teach Chinatown Residents on Risks of Highway Pollution
The National Institutes of Health recently awarded a multidisciplinary team of researchers $450,000 to develop a computer-visualization tool to help educate residents in Boston’s Chinatown about the hazards of traffic-re Read More

Boston’s Chinatown is home to nearly 6,000 residents, mainly of Chinese descent.

Chancellor Earns ‘Living the Dream’ Award
Chancellor Marty Meehan earned the Living the Dream Award from the Lura Smith Fund at the 17th annual “Celebrating the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” event in Lowell. Read More

Middlesex Community College President Carole Cowan and her assistant, Lura Smith, presented Chancellor Marty Meehan with the Living the Dream Award from Smith's  organization. Photo by Patrick Cook '87.

The Sound of Friendship
While Jesse Heines and David Adams are colleagues in the Computer Science Department, they have become friends through music. Read More

The barbershop quartet, “Fireside,” from left, Manoj Padki, Daniel Schwartz, Lecturer David Adams and Prof. Jesse Heines.