ISSO’s new Pair-Up Program goes from DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge winner to reality, bridging the gap between domestic and international students.
“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.
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.
The School of Criminology and Justice Studies celebrated its graduates and alumni, including its first nine Ph.D. students, a beloved professor and heroic alum.
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