Vice Provost for Graduate Education Don Pierson's commitment to education drew more than 100 people to the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center on Thursday, where the retiree was praised for his transformation of both lower and higher education.
Schoolchildren across the commonwealth compete in the Cool Science program, sparking public interest in climate change.
If you are wishing to change someone's point of view, David Lustick would recommend against you criticizing that person for the idea. He and seven other champions of climate change from around the country attended the White House event on Feb. 9.
Prof. David Lustick of Nashua, N.H., a faculty member in UMass Lowell's Graduate School of Education, will be honored Feb. 9 at the White House as a Climate Education and Literacy "Champion of Change."
Waltham-based Raytheon Co. is planning to invest at least $50 million over the next seven years to establish a campus in Kuwait for UMass Lowell, officials said.
Graduate School of Education faculty has received a $512K grant from the federal Race to the Top education initiative to establish a principal leadership pipeline in the area.
Judges at the 8th Annual UTeach Conference in Austin named math major John Romano the winner for his poster presentation “M2D2, UTeach, Lowell High School Experience.”
Community Teamwork Inc. gave tribute to what it calls its "bridge builders," those who best exemplified coming to the aid of those who have needed it across the city over the years, including UMass Lowell Dean of Education Anita Greenwood.
An interactive citywide exhibit called “Storm Surge in Boston” that kicked off today will give the public a glimpse of what the landscape could look like if global warming goes unchecked.
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