Women Often Underestimate Work Contributions
Psychology professor Michelle Haynes’ research on women’s estimation of group work contributions has hit a chord with business and equality readers.
Steampunk as Art Therapy for the Autistic
Steampunkinetics is a 9-week program at the UMass Lowell that runs in February and October, led by Program Director Ashleigh Hillier of the Department of Psychology at UMass Lowell.
New Academic Building Opens on South Campus
An infusion of energy, a welcoming presence, an innovative marvel -- the new Health and Social Sciences building offered much to cheer about.
Navigators Add Color to School Proms
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.
UMass Lowell, UMass Worcester Study Gender Biases in Workplace
Thanks to a three-year $750,000 grant from the ADVANCE initiative of the National Science Foundation, researchers from UMass Lowell and UMass Medical School are developing an index to measure subtle gender biases within the academic setting.
Students Study International Business in Spain
Manning School of Business Asst. Prof. Silvia Salas led a two-week study abroad program in Barcelona, Spain over winter break during which students explored international management, collaborated with business students from across the globe and learned about the city’s unique cultural heritage.
Study Surveys Seniors Across City
Lowell seniors, as a whole, are doing well, reports Andrew Hostetler and his research team.