The National Science Foundation ranks our Physics Dept. 59th in the U.S.
James Forest, director of the Center for Security Research and Technologies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, interviewed about Marathon bombers.
An infusion of energy, a welcoming presence, an innovative marvel--the new Health and Social Sciences building offered much to cheer about.
In clouds of red lace, coral tulle and lavender satin, members of the Navigators Club looked over prom dresses, before donating them to Lowell High School.
A frustrating number of sexual violence cases never reach resolution. A $1.2 million grant-funded research project will explore why and suggest changes.
For the fifth year, the men's basketball team volunteered at the Lowell Transitional Center, setting tables, serving meals, interacting with the guests and busing tables.
For the few dozen UMass Lowell students and faculty members gathered at a vigil Thursday night, it was a time to honor the victims, and to reflect on what might be done to prevent future tragedies.
Eleven members of the University police force were recognized for dedication, professionalism and service at the department’s third annual awards program.
This fall’s Career Fair, the largest in several years, attracted 150 employers and several hundred students, some of whom lined up interviews on the spot.
Tola N. Sok came from Cambodia as a child. Now a graduate student and USAF officer, he went back to make a difference.
Three new social science research initiatives will provide insights on youth issues, among topics.
James Byrne, professor of criminal justice and criminology, serves on a panel of experts for the Ministry of Justice in the United Kingdom.
Two UMass Lowell students will be getting first-hand experience in national electoral politics at the 2012 presidential nominating conventions.
Teachers participating in the Tsongas Industrial History Center’s weeklong Inventing America workshop got to witness history being uncovered at the archaeological dig on the grounds of St. Patrick’s Church.
More than three dozen students participated in faculty-led study abroad programs this summer, learning about everything from the Battle of Marathon in ancient Greece to security practices at a Lady Gaga concert in Hong Kong.
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