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A record 10,000 undergraduates began classes Sept. 3. Watch the fun of opening week 2014.
New Research Center Studies Nutrition and HealthThe university’s new Center for Population Health and Health Disparities studies the health and nutrition of Puerto Ricans living in Boston to tackle high rates of heart disease. Read More
2,850 New Journeys Begin on CampusConvocation and opening events welcomed students back to campus and challenged them to make it their best year yet. Read More
Grand Opening of University Crossing
Elizabeth Warren Book-Signing
Irish in Massachusetts Conference
Guest Speaker Piper Kerman, Author of "Orange is the New Black"
Climate Teach-In Panel
(9/16/2014) UMass Lowell is holding a special ceremony to officially open a new building that's expected to transform the campus. More than 200 people including students, faculty and local and state political leaders are scheduled to attend the Tuesday ceremony to open the $95 million student engagement center, known as University Crossing.
(9/15/2014) On social media, female recruiters for ISIS entice women by promising a romantic notion of what their lives will be like in Syria, said Mia Bloom, a professor of security studies at UMass Lowell and author of the book, "Bombshell: Women and Terrorism."
(9/15/2014) UMass Lowell coach Shannon Hlebichuk has added players from as far away as Africa and Australia to the field hockey squad.
(9/15/2014) A disappointed John Styers headed back to Boston Sunday after failing to buy his favorite piece of memorabilia from the "Red Green" show. But the 47-year-old UMass Lowell post-doc researcher spun out some wisdom worthy of his rural TV fix-it hero, who ended each episode with the phrase, "If women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."
(9/15/2014) Singularity: The Unique Print, an exhibition of monoprints by Joel Janowitz, Justin Campaniello, Catherine Kernan and Jan Cadman Powell, is on view through Sept. 30 in UMass Lowell's recently renovated University Gallery.