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"You have had exceptional instructors during your time here at UMass Lowell, and I guarantee you that at some point in your lives, probably when you are completely not expecting it, you will hearken back to some pearl of wisdom that was imparted on you during one of your classes here," Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said at the Tsongas Center. "But your education never ends. Ever."
Even a year ago, Christina O’Neill didn’t think she would make it this far. On the verge of being kicked out of college last spring following the death of close friend Kelsey Richardson, O’Neill graduated yesterday from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management prospects at Bank of America.
Since Marty Meehan joined UMass Lowell as its chancellor in mid-2007, he has presided over a massive expansion of the school, with nearly $600 million in capital projects that have been completed or set into motion — representing more than a dozen new construction projects, acquisitions and renovations.
Pat Duquette had been starving for a head coaching opportunity for nearly 20 years. Finally, he'll get his chance. And with it will come an Everest-like challenge. Duquette was officially named the head men's basketball coach at UMass Lowell on Thursday.
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell will have a satellite campus up and running in the city in time for fall classes. The University is partnering with Northern Essex Community College to offer bachelor’s degree courses at NECC’s Haverhill campus.
UMass Lowell Assoc. Prof. Andre Dubus III said he never envisioned actor James Franco in the role of a main character in his novel, “The Garden of Last Days.” Not only is Franco going to star in the movie adaptation of Dubus’ 2008 novel, but he’ll be directing it too.
Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis, UMass Lowell's commencement speaker, will receive an honorary degree that day as well.
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell say they have identified and tested a potential chemical substitute for bisphenol A (BPA) in epoxy.
The state's secretary of education played kickball Thursday with fourth graders in the Murkland School gym, toured Nesmith House with Middlesex Community College President Carole Cowan and toured two UMass Lowell's newest innovative buildings for emerging technologies and health sciences.
UMass Lowell junior track star Diamond Jones, a former Lowell High athlete, has overcome adversity to shine with the River Hawks.
UMass Lowell alum Roseann Sdoia, an avid runner and devotee of Boston’s sports teams, has an annual spring tradition. Every year on Marathon Monday, she goes to the early Red Sox game and then heads directly to the marathon finish line. This year, she was standing on Boylston Street when the second bomb went off nearby.
UMass Lowell sophomore Brittany Palaski is a dance instructor and co-founder of Speaking Through Dance, a nonprofit planning to hold its first major benefit, the 2013 Spring Festival, at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.
James Forest, director of the Center for Security Research and Technologies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, interviewed about Marathon bombers.
UMass Lowell alum and Marathon bombing victim Roseann Sdoia grew up in the running-crazed area of greater Lowell where running, for some, is almost a form of religion. The area has more than 25 running clubs.
The high-end opthalmascopes and brand-new patient exam tables inside UMass Lowell's sparkling Health and Social Sciences Building are making Valerie King pumped for the coming academic year.
A great season -- the best in UMass Lowell's Division 1 hockey history -- ended yesterday with Yale defeating UMass Lowell, 3-2, in a national semifinal at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, when Bulldogs captain Andrew Miller scored 6:59 into overtime.
It wasn’t all that long ago, six years to be exact, that the fate of UMass Lowell’s hockey team hung in the balance and school trustees even talked about eliminating the sport. A lot can happen in a short time. Today, in a striking turnaround that mirrors the university’s rise to new prominence, the River Hawks play in the Frozen Four for the first time in school history, facing Yale University in the national semifinals.
The two Democratic U.S. Senate candidates started out in accord at Monday night's debate at UMass Lowell, condemning the effect of outside money in campaigns, but the common ground didn't last long beyond that first question.
"This is a campus on fire," Athletic Director Dana Skinner said. UMass Lowell's team is bound for Pittsburgh, the host city for this year's NCAA Frozen Four. The River Hawks will face off against Yale University on April 11. The winner will skate on April 13 against either Connecticut's Quinnipiac University or Minnesota's St. Cloud State University for the championship.
Serving as the keynote speaker on the Day Without Violence panel at UMass Lowell was New York Times writer Craig Whitney, a Vietnam War veteran from Milford and author of "Living with Guns: A Liberal's Case for the Second Amendment." Joining him on the panel were Cathy Levey, a psychologist who has worked in the Connecticut prison system for two decades, and Ed Davis, who served as Lowell police superintendent of 12 years before taking the reins of the Boston Police.
The two Democratic rivals for the U.S. Senate special election will face off Monday night in a pivotal debate clash at UMass Lowell co-sponsored by the Boston Herald.
UMass Lowell, the Hockey East regular season and tournament champions, improved to 28-10-2 and advances to the national semifinals for the first time in program history. The third-ranked River Hawks will face West regional winner Yale on Thursday, April 11, at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.
Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate, and possibly their Republican counterparts, will debate at the University of Massachusetts Lowell on Monday, April 8.
UMass Lowell launched its new Saab-Pedroso Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture Thursday night with a reception featuring California author Anthony Barcellos.
The authors of a new biography of notorious reputed mobster James “Whitey” Bulger will discuss their book, which delves into an unprecedented level of detail of Bulger’s life and the 16-year manhunt for him at the ICC on April 3.
The long climb up the ladder of success is officially over for UMass Lowell's hockey program. After 29 years in Hockey East, the River Hawks have finally broken through the clouds, soaring to new heights and taking home the Hockey East crown.
UMass Lowell second-year coach Norm Bazin was named Coach of the Year for the second straight season Thursday night, something only one other coach in league history has done.
In two short years, coach Norm Bazin and his nationally-ranked UMass Lowell hockey team have already achieved one of his three goals, the Hockey East regular-season championship. The River Hawks have a golden opportunity to achieve another one this weekend as they set their sights on the Lamoriello Trophy that goes to the league's tournament champ.
For the second time in three weeks, UMass Lowell and Providence College will be battling for a title. Fourth-seeded Providence nipped fifth-seeded New Hampshire, 3-2, Sunday in the rubber game of their best-of-three Hockey East Tournament quarterfinal series and will clash with top-seeded UMass Lowell on Friday in a semifinal game at TD Garden in Boston at 5 p.m.
UMass Lowell professor James Nehring is about to get a big change of scenery when he sets up residence in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for a semester to research schools there. Nehring was named a 2013-2014 Fulbright Scholar for Northern Ireland Governance and Public Policy.
When UMass Lowell beat Providence, 4-1, on Saturday night to win the Hockey East regular-season title, it was the first time one of the league's six perennial also-rans had ever finished in first place. Before then either Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire, or Maine had accounted for all the regular-season championships in the league's first 28 years.
With the anticipation of whether the River Hawks would clench the Hockey East title this weekend as the backdrop, UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan honored the city's 2010 State House delegation for helping to transfer the Tsongas Center from the city to the university.
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell have received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to improve the nation's railway infrastructure, particularly through the development of an automated inspection system.
U.S. Rep. Edward Markey is the clear frontrunner to win the special U.S. Senate election, but his support is so soft he's failing to break the 50 percent mark even against a field of little-known GOP challengers, a new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll reveals.
Editorial about the recent decision by the chancellor and trustees of University of Massachusetts Lowell to move all its sports programs to the more competitive Division 1 and will raise the university’s profile in a positive way.
UMass Lowell is on the brink of making some Hockey East history. But the nationally ranked and rampaging River Hawks refuse to focus on anything but the present.
It took vision and hard work, but also a planets-are-aligning set of circumstances for UMass Lowell officials to announce that its athletic teams, starting this fall, will compete in Division 1 as a member of the America East Conference.
UMass Lowell's New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation Center at 1001 Pawtucket Blvd. is being hailed as the nation's most advanced facility for robotics testing to date.
The Mass Technology Leadership Council plans to release its report in conjunction with the opening of the 10,000-square-foot New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. The facility is part of the school’s $80 million Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center, which opened in October.
UMass Lowell and Natick lab announced their partnership for various research projects during a ceremony Feb. 7. The collaboration, called "Harnessing Emerging Research Opportunities to Empower Soldiers (HEROES)," aims to find ways to better ensure soldier safety, ranging from flame-retardant camouflage to lighter food-packaging materials to improved body armor for female soldiers.
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.
Freshman Christian Folin scored 3:07 into overtime to cap a run of four consecutive goals as No. 15 UMass Lowell defeated Northeastern 5-4 on Saturday night in a Hockey East clash in front of a school-record attendance 7,013 at the Tsongas Center.
Ironworkers for Walsh Construction Co. placed the final steel piece of the Richard P. Howe Bridge's undercarriage during a so-called topping-off ceremony Tuesday. The bridge, named after the former city councilor and mayor, is being built to replace the University Avenue Bridge and will connect Merrimack Street to UMass Lowell's North Campus.
UMass Lowell, ranked No. 18 in the latest U.S. College Hockey Online poll, extended its winning streak to eight games -- the longest current streak in the country, and the River Hawks' longest since a nine-game winning streak in 2001-02, with its nationally televised victory over Providence College Thursday.
SELCO founder, UMass Lowell alum Harish Hande, set out to dispel the myths that poor people can't afford or maintain solar technologies.
This winter, which had been relatively mild until the snowstorm last weekend, helped University of Massachusetts Lowell make progress on construction of its two dormitory buildings.
Devan Hawkins, 22, of Pepperell, a first-year graduate student in epidemiology at UMass Lowell, recently attended the UN climate-change conference in Qatar.
Some 20 years ago, when future NHL All-Star goalie Dwayne Roloson and future UMass Lowell head coach Norm Bazin were college roommates and best friends, they sometimes talked wistfully about what it would be like to coach together someday. Someday is today, although their current partnership will last only as long as the NHL lockout does.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell plans to open its first-ever satellite campus in downtown Haverhill next fall.
On Saturday, UMass Lowell formally unveiled the name for the Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technology and Innovation Center. The contribution of Saab, a 1981 graduate, and his wife to the $80 million center's construction and to other university.
To the crowd of about 3,000 fans who filled a curtained-off half of the Tsongas Center to see and hear America's No. 1 horror and suspense author speak Friday night, it was their best nightmare: Stephen King in the flesh.
American icon, literary genius and one of the most prolific and best-selling authors of all time, Stephen King told a roomful of about 100 UMass Lowell English and creative-writing majors that he's "just an ordinary guy."
Stephen King says of scary things: “It’s interesting putting yourself in the place of someone who’s having experiences that are totally out of the ordinary, but in an ordinary setting.”
New bridge at University Ave and UMass Lowell student center will transform once-distressed neighborhood.
Two UMass Lowell mechanical engineering graduate students saw that crutches, in their traditional form, do not give users the ability to interact with their mobile devices as easily as people who don't use crutches.
The Middlesex 3 Coalition is a regional collaboration of public and private leaders from Lowell, Billerica, Chelmsford, Bedford and Burlington. It's tasked with helping local businesses flourish. UMass Lowell has been a partner in that mission, especially when it comes to life sciences.
What frightens horror master Stephen King? Public speaking. “I do some colleges, but I don’t do a lot of stuff,” King told a handful of reporters last week. “Frankly, it’s kind of scary.” King will make an exception Dec. 7 and discuss his work with a capacity crowd at UMass Lowell’s Tsongas Center as the first of the Chancellor’s Speaker Series.
UMass Lowell faculty and students will work with Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems and Gulf University for Science and Technology, in Kuwait, as part of a partnership being developed by the three entities.
At a recent UMass Lowell practice, the player with the best flow on the Tsongas Center ice was a 43-year-old alumnus. Dwayne Roloson, the stringy-haired goalie, was taking a spin in his new role among youngsters who weren’t born when he arrived in Lowell in 1990.
A new study, entitled “Obesity/Overweight and the Role of Working Conditions” and authored by representatives of UMass Lowell, MassCOSH, and the Boston Workers Alliance, finds housekeepers, janitors and other blue-collar workers have neither the time nor the energy to benefit from exercise tips commonly provided to more sedentary office workers.
UMass Lowell's Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center has a new Sumitomo Demag SE-EV Series all-electric injection molding machine as part of that machinery supplier's commitment to "keep the university supplied with the latest technology from Sumitomo Demag."
UMass Lowell freshmen hockey players Ryan McGrath and Greg Amlong live five minutes apart in O'Fallon, Mo. They've been friends since they were 4 years old and now are River Hawks together.
Juliette Rooney-Varga, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at UMass Lowell, says the clock is ticking on addressing climate change issues.
UMass Lowell's Fall Career Fair, the university's largest job fair since 1999, had 150 employers talking to more than 700 students at the CRC.
UMass Lowell has added an Irish ally to its network of global education partners, announcing Tuesday that it will join forces with the University of Ulster to help trans-Atlantic entrepreneurs develop medical devices.
U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas mentions Natick Laboratories, the new Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center at UMass Lowell that recently opened, and other facilities like these around the country that are working toward extraordinary breakthroughs that will catalyze state-of-the-art military resources for years to come.
Coach Norm Bazin has UMass-Lowell rising to national prominence, thanks in part to skilled players such as Riley Wetmore and Russian teen-ager Dmitri Sinitzyn.
On Thursday night at UMass Lowell's Cumnock Hall, Trisha Blanchet was awarded a $10,000 grant from the Merrimack Valley Sandbox to help her pair lonesome veterans with homeless dogs.
Jack Kerouac's only play "Beat Generation" made its way from Kerouac’s head to that Jersey City warehouse and, finally, the MRT stage in Lowell as the centerpiece of the 2012 Jack Kerouac Literary Festival.
Students, industry and reasearchers will now have access to everything they need at UMass Lowell, as the university officially opened its $80 million Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center (ETIC).
At UMass Lowell, the number of international students rose 18 percent to 534, with a heavy influx of Chinese. Provost Ahmed Abdelal says he thinks increasing the numbers of international students on campus is good for all students. “The students that graduate from UMass really need to be globally prepared.”
As good as the 2011-12 season was for UMass Lowell, coach Norm Bazin is realistic to the fact that 2012-13 is a new season and his club will enter with different expectations after last year’s success.
A stunning 338,000 viewers tuned into the UMass Lowell/Boston Herald U.S. Senate debate Monday night on Ch. 7, WHDH-TV, easily trouncing all the competition on the other stations. The live-stream of the debate also generated more than 155,000 total streams and was viewed nationwide and in Canada, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Italy, France, South Africa and the Russian Federation, among other places.
The state's $607 million investment in the University of Massachusetts system will help bring the new, $35 million Pulichino Tong Business Building to UMass Lowell, Gov. Deval Patrick announced Tuesday.
The centerpiece of this year's Kerouac Literary Festival will be the premiere of Jack Kerouac's only full-length play at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre. Both the literary festival and Beat Generation open Wednesday, Oct. 10, and run through Sunday, Oct. 14.
UMass Lowell is gradually rising through the ranks of the nation's top universities, according to a "best-of" list published recently by U.S. News & World Report. The magazine's "Best Colleges 2013" edition ranks the university at No. 170, up seven places from last year on its "Best National Universities" list.
U.S. Sen. Scott Brown has moved into a narrow lead over rival Elizabeth Warren while his standing among Massachusetts voters has improved despite a yearlong Democratic assault, a new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.
UMass Lowell co-sponsorship of the Merrimack Reperatory Theater's production of Jack Kerouac lost play is the cover story on this month's edition.
NECN, WBZ, ’RKO to also air Oct. 1 faceoff between Sen. Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.
Julie Chen and Jacquie Moloney are among the 50 female leaders honored at "A Salute to Women of Our Region."
In a convocation ceremony focused on community service, keynote speaker Robert Egger told the UMass Lowell class of 2016 that his original plan to make the world a better place was to open a nightclub. He's since founded Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit meal-distribution program DC Central Kitchen.
Meet the Press” host David Gregory says he plans to hold U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren’s “feet to the fire” when he moderates a UMass Lowell/Boston Herald debate between the two Senate contenders.
UMass Lowell junior Corey Lanier spent the week running between convention centers at the Republican National Convention in Tampa - almost 600 miles south of where his classmate, Analissa Iverson, hoped for a chance to meet Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The organizers of Lowell’s Jack Kerouac Literary Festival have put out their official schedule for this year’s celebration. Programs during this year’s festival, which runs Oct. 10 to 14, include a Wednesday event with musician Tanya Donelly and “The Ice Storm” author Rick Moody about music and prose, and a Saturday talk with Jay Atkinson, who will discuss Kerouac’s athletic career.
Retrospective on Marty Meehan's first five years as chancellor and the impact on the University.
UMass Lowell Prof. Tingjian Ge is the recipient of almost $773,000 in grants from the National Science Foundation for his research in data management that aims to solve everyday problems, like GPS units directing users to the wrong address.
Hundreds of Boston Public School students will have a chance to experience a potentially history-making U.S. Senate race debate sponsored by the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and the Boston Herald.
UMass Lowell Prof. Chad Montrie and Nathan Hendrie explore the saying “Dogs are men’s best friend” as a paradox in the documentary “Tough Love” where owners dominate their pets through restraints and food rewards.
The Tsongas Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell was recently ranked number 13 in performance worldwide by Venues Today Magazine, for its capacity category of 5,001 to 10,000.
Ruben Sanca of Cape Verde (and UMass Lowell) talks to Only A Game host Bill Littlefield about competing in the London Olympics in the 5,000-meter run.
The International Sports Engineering Conference this week at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center is a meeting of minds focused on developing faster, stronger and sleeker equipment and fabrics through cutting-edge science. Performance-enhancement in this context is a virtuous exercise involving drag coefficient equations, terminal velocity, and good methodology.
Ruben Sanca, who starred for the UMass Lowell track and field and cross country teams from 2005-10, will represent his native country, the Cape Verde Islands, at the 2012 Olympic Games this summer.
UMass Lowell graduate Melinda Ferullo started working as an environmental engineer a week before she graduated in May. College grads are finding better success in the job market this year.
Stephen McCarthy, a plastics engineering professor and pioneer, has been named University Professor, the highest distinction bestowed on a UMass Lowell faculty member for exceptional teaching achievement and service to the university.
UMass Lowell Profs. Susan Gallagher and David Lustick are among those sharing in $250,000 in Creative Economy grants from the UMass President's Office.
A pair of UMass Lowell hockey players were selected in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Incoming freshman goaltender Connor Hellebuyck was drafted with the ninth pick in the fifth round by the Winnipeg Jets and redshirt freshman defenseman Dmitry Sinitsyn of Moscow was taken with the second pick in the seventh round by the Dallas Stars.
Just starting his freshman year at UMass Lowell, Phil Geoffroy was a quiet student Senate member who tended to mostly stay to himself. The same Chelmsford native, having learned quickly, will now serve as the university's student trustee for the UMass system -- said to be the youngest ever from the Lowell campus.
U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren are set to meet in what’s sure to be a nationally watched UMass Lowell/Herald debate this fall.
When higher education and manufacturers collide, innovation can result. That's what happened when WaveMark Inc., a Littleton company that makes RFID-based supply chain products, worked with engineering students from UMass Lowell to solve a challenge with one of its products.
Published by Lloyd Corricelli of Sons of Liberty Publishing, a 1987 UMass Lowell graduate, River Muse is a 453-page story collection that includes the works of 35 varied writers. They all have one thing in common: The muse for their included writings was born in the Merrimack Valley.
Curry College, UMass Lowell, Berklee College of Music and Bentley College showed the largest percentage increase to their endowments among the Massachusetts universities and colleges that participated in the BBJ survey. UMass Lowell increased 32 percent to $49.48 million.
Chancellor Marty Meehan pens a column about how UMass Lowell encourages its students, faculty and staff to translate learning into action through community engagement.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar urged the graduates to work to transform the world in the spirit of Lowell's favorite son, the late U.S. Sen. Paul Tsongas, who Salazar said embodied Robert F. Kennedy's favorite quote: "Some men see things as they are and ask why? I dream things that never were and ask why not."
University of Massachusetts Lowell has raised nearly $700,000 for student scholarships through its annual commencement-eve gala.
Gordon Halm started his education in the shade of a tree in Winneba, Ghana, West Africa. There were no Smartboards or iPads . . . or desks. He has traveled a long way to earn his degree at UMass Lowell.
Over the next 48 hours, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar will embark on a whirlwind of a tour, Mill City-style, culminating in his address at UMass Lowell's Commencement Saturday.
UMass Lowell is honoring Reynaldo Santana, along with six other students, with the University Medal for Community Service for his impressive record in leadership and business.
UMass Lowell will hold its 5th-annual Commencement Eve Celebration on Friday, highlighting the accomplishments of students, alumni and other distinguished individuals while raising money for student scholarships.
Thanks to a group of soon-to-be engineering graduates from UMass Lowell, an empty room furnished with only a chair and bare walls can now be a beach, a forest, an aquarium, a coffee shop, a boat or even McDonald's. It's the sensory room.
The UMass Lowell Chancellor's Speaker Series is going to get off to a scary start. Best-selling horror author Stephen King will be on campus Dec. 7 to speak at the Tsongas Center in the first installment of a speaker series that will aim to take advantage of the forum the center provides.
Leaders from the world of academia, science, business and government gathered at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center for a two-day conference titled "Destination Nano: Concept to Commercialization," a look at the advancement of nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing in New England and nationwide.
After four decades of working to improve occupational environments, David Wegman will now lead a $48 million initiative to improve mining safety as a board director for the Alpha Foundation for the Improvement of Mine Safety and Health -- a foundation set up in the wake of a 2010 West Virginia mine explosion that killed 29.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency has recognized Ken Geiser for his lifelong dedication to the environmental cause by presenting him with its Environmental Merit Award.
Senior Ashley Zielinski and sophomore Antoinette Toussaint helped compile 80 points to lead the UMass Lowell women's track and field team to the Northeast-10 Conference Championship on Saturday at Southern Connecticut State.
The new Westford Solar Park project is Nexamp’s largest to date, said Will Thompson, senior vice president of construction, noting that the facility is already delivery energy to its first client, the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
When the Class of 2016 steps onto the campus of UMass Lowell for the first time, the Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center will beckon as a gleaming totem toward the future. In the next-generation building, students, professors and leading-edge companies such as Raytheon and Boston Scientific will make discoveries that could rock the universe.
The $70 million state-of-the-art Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center is meant to serve as a gateway to the university. Yesterday, the university announced a $10 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center that will help to build a laboratory, within the center, with "clean-room capabilities," university officials said.
The Merrimack Valley Sandbox, hosted at UMass Lowell, is moving another step forward in its goal of making Lowell and Lawrence start-up-friendly cities with the launch of its newest program "Sandbox IdeaLaunch."
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized UMass Lowell faculty Wednesday for work to protect people and the environment from modern technology's potentially toxic side effects.
A 2005 UML graduate, Michael Jarvis has spent the past six years teaching students with special needs, including five years at the LHS Therapeutic Alternative Day program for kids with emotional disabilities and this past year at the Lowell High School Freshman Academy.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell last week honored alumni who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment in their fields.
UMass Lowell alum Ken Steinberg, owner and CEO of Cambridge Reseach and Development in Nashua, talks about the product he is launching — a haptics interface — that allows users to feel the touch and pressure applied by a robot while it works.
UMass Lowell's Engineering Building finally has a name, recognizing a distinguished alumnus and generous benefactor whose latest gift to the university totals $1.25 million.
On paper, UMass Lowell Alum Donna Fagen is the chief technology officer at Equilateral Technologies Inc. (ETI). In reality, she is also the chief financial officer, a marketing director, the primary liaison between the firm and their customers in the U.S. government, and the lead cheerleader for technical innovation at the 10-year-old company.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar said more than a year ago that he would visit the Lowell National Historic Park, and Wednesday UMass Lowell announced that Salazar will deliver the school's undergraduate commencement address when he makes that visit next month.
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell now has three faculty members in the Plastics Hall of Fame, as the hall welcomes Robert Malloy, chairman of the plastics engineering department for the past decade.
At UMass Lowell, spring has sprung and democracy is in the air as the university gears up for the first contested Student Government Association presidential election anyone can remember.
State, city and UMass Lowell officials broke ground Thursday on what will be the campus's first new residence hall in more than 20 years. The $54 million Aiken Street dormitory, which will house 472 students, is slated to be ready for move-in this fall.
Haverhill could one day be the location of a satellite campus for the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
John Prendergast, a human-rights activist, was at UMass Lowell in his new role as the school's Greeley Scholar for Peace Studies, speaking to students about Africa and why he is "wildly optimistic" about the continent's future.
Come next year, the Marginal Street site will be home to a new, $42 million dormitory that more than 500 UMass Lowell students will call home.
Greg Bialecki, the state's secretary of Housing and Economic Development, praised the efforts of one of the sponsors of the forum, UMass Lowell's Massachusetts Medical Device Development (M2D2) Center, which helps startup medical-device companies obtain venture capital to fund efforts to bring inventions to market.
“Dickens said that his day in Lowell was the happiest day he spent in America, and I think that was in part because he saw a vision of reform here that appealed to him,’’ said Diana Archibald, an associate professor of English at UMass Lowell and one of the organizers of Dickens in Lowell, the lengthy celebration of his brief visit.
UMass Lowell River Hawks deliver exciting 4-3 overtime victory over Miami Friday night in an NCAA East Regional semifinal.
Hockey Coach Norm Bazin’s immediate impact on his alma mater has been remarkable. The team won five games last season and 23 this season, an NCAA record for the biggest turnaround by a first-year head coach. Bazin was named Hockey East coach of the year.
UMass Lowell alums Leon Grande and Jack Neary are thrilled to be partnering in their new venture with the university, as well as the Cultural Organization of Lowell, to bring the best in American musical theater to campus and give professional or professional-caliber students, alumni, faculty and community members the chance to return to their alma mater and shine.
Norm Bazin, who has engineered the biggest program turnaround by a first-year coach in NCAA hockey history, was named Hockey East Coach of the Year last night at the league's annual awards banquet. Freshman wing Scott Wilson was named Hockey East Rookie of the Year, and sophomore goaltender Doug Carr made the All-Hockey East second team and was the runnerup to Maine forward Spencer Abbott as Hockey East Player of the Year.
This week, human rights activist John Prendergast is testifying with actor George Clooney before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on conditions in Sudan and South Sudan. In two weeks, he will be at UMass Lowell for a series of events, including the annual Day Without Violence on Tuesday, April 3.
Jack Kerouac’s only full-length play will be staged for the first time this fall. Merrimack Repertory Theatre and UMass Lowell said Monday — on what would have been Kerouac’s 90th birthday — that they will produce the three-act play called “Beat Generation” in the novelist’s hometown of Lowell, Mass.
Forty years ago, Lowell State College had no field-hockey program. Or any legitimate women's athletic program, for that matter. Today, the school now known as UMass Lowell boasts a two-time national field-hockey champion (2005, 2010). Progress like this is a product of the monumental and influential legislation that celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, known as Title IX.
With no margin for error, UMass Lowell goalie Doug Carr was nearly perfect during the playoff series with Providence.
A birthday bash in honor of Jack Kerouac, a favorite son of Lowell, who was born on Lupine Road in Centralville 90 years ago March 12, includes numerous events sponsored by UMass Lowell.
Commitment from Chancellor Meehan and University staff and students is paying off big for the UMass Lowell hockey program that left troubled history far behind and is now on the verge of Hockey East playoffs.
The UMass Lowell men's basketball team earned the No. 4 seed and will make its fourth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament on Saturday as bids were announced Sunday night.
Last fall UMass Lowell coach Norm Bazin, who had helped coach a few 20-goal scorers at Colorado College and was once a 20-goal scorer for the River Hawks himself, said he'd rather have a team with six 10-goal scorers than three 20-goal scorers.
A picture, it's been said, is worth 1000 words. And nowhere is that old axiom more clearly defined than in A Picture's Worth: Contemporary Graphic Novel Artists on view through March 23 at the University Gallery on the University of Massachusetts Lowell South Campus.
Now in its 16th year, Lowell Women’s Week explores women’s creativity, well-being and influence with events that empower them and celebrate their achievements. The week’s events are timed to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8 as part of Women’s History Month, observed each March.
The UMass Lowell men's distance medley relay team captured the New England championship and set a school record to lead a host of stellar results on the first day of the New England Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association (NEICAAA) Championship at Boston University's Track & Tennis Center.
This year, on the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth, UMass Lowell is going all out to honor the author and his two visits here, as the key sponsor of "A Celebration: Dickens in Lowell" featuring an exhibition called Dickens and Massachusetts: A Tale of Power and Transformation.
UMass Lowell students filled tables and dined on rice and falafel yesterday afternoon in a show of support for the owners of Babylon, an Iraqi restaurant on Merrimack Street where a man threw a rock through a window last month.
The Greater Lowell Kiwanis Club celebrates UMass Lowell Executive Director of Community and Cultural Affairs Paul Marion's community service and honors him with its 2012 Thomas Kelakos Community Spirit Award on March 23 at a banquet at Lenzi's in Dracut.
For the fifth time this season, freshman forward Scott Wilson was named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week. Wilson scored two goals and an assist, with a plus-3 rating, in a weekend split with No. 5 Boston University.
Senior Ashley Zielinski was named the Athlete of the Meet and captured the 55-meter hurdles as UMass Lowell won the Northeast-10 Conference Women's Track and Field Championship on Saturday night at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center.
UMass Lowell's Craig Bennett, Ryad Bencheikh, Evan White and Jeff Wundt sped around the oval at BU’s Track and Tennis Center in 3 minutes, 9.39 seconds, breaking the New England mark set by Boston University (3:09.83) in 2003 and punching their ticket to the NCAA Division 2 championships in March in Mankato, Minn.
Six months before the space shuttle Challenger exploded over Florida on Jan. 28, 1986, UMass Lowell alum Roger Boisjoly wrote a portentous memo. He warned that if the weather was too cold, seals connecting sections of the shuttle’s huge rocket boosters could fail. Boisjoly died in Nephi, Utah, near Provo, on Jan. 6. He was 73.
India’s largest plastics trade association and two American universities, including UMass Lowell, with prominent plastics engineering and material science programs signed an agreement Feb. 3 to help build an international-level university for polymers in western India.
In a continuing effort to prepare students for today's global world, UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan and Zvi HaCohen, rector of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, signed a memorandum of understanding yesterday at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, formalizing a partnership between the two schools.
Juliette Rooney-Varga, associate professor of biological science and director of the Climate Change Initiative at UMass Lowell, comments on weather changes.
Jessica Garb, an ecologist at UMass Lowell who is studying the genetics behind spider silks and venoms, comments on a research exploring how the silk responds to stress – a response unlike that in any material humans have engineered.
This week's Revolving Museum party kicks off a yearlong collaboration between the museum, UMass Lowell and scholar Diana Archibald, called "Dickens and Steampunk, using literature, history, aesthetics and philosophy of the Victorian tradition in correlation with the museum's exiting programs.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan was presented with the Chief Executive Leadership Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and work will be honored in events at UMass Lowell that will kick off Black History Month.
UMass Lowell student Mike Hubbard said President Barack Obama saved the best part for last in his State of the Union address last night when he called on Americans to come together.
MassBay Community College scientists, along with their collaborators at UMass Lowell and Boston University, have discovered an early indicator for Alzheimer’s disease.
Tomorrow night, UMass Lowell freshman Mike Hubbard will hear President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, without the seven-second delay. Hubbard, a 25-year-old Army veteran from Methuen, will be in the House of Representatives chamber at the U.S. Capitol, the guest of 5th District Rep. Niki Tsongas.
Artist Michael Jones, a UMass Lowell professor, and his wife, poet Christine Jones, find inspiration in working out and working on art together. On frequent trips to swim and hike at Walden Pond, they often take breaks so he can sketch and she can write, most often on the same subject. Then, when they return to their Billerica home, they continue the collaboration.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan is being recognized for his efforts toward raising private funds for the university and moving the school forward.
Dima Sinitsyn, a highly touted teen Russian prodigy who some project will be selected in the NHL draft in June, has joined the nationally ranked UMass Lowell hockey team.
Sophomore goaltender Doug Carr is a major reason the UMass Lowell hockey team is soaring. His goals against average of 1.88 is third best in the nation.
Monica Galizzi, a professor at UMass Lowell who specializes in labor economics, comments on a new trend shows men outpacing women in getting jobs, and they're doing it partly by taking work in sectors long dominated by the fairer sex.
When a rattlesnake shakes its tail, does it hear the rattling? Scientists have long struggled to understand how snakes, which lack external ears, sense sounds. Now, a new study shows that sound waves cause vibrations in a snake’s skull that are then “heard” by the inner ear. Neurobiologist Bruce Young of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, who was not involved in the new research, comments on the study
Since a crash in November 2003 left UMass Lowell River Hawks Coach Norm Bazin near death with a torn aorta, the first-year coach is happy to be back on the ice.
The wife and daughters of Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman talked about about what it's like to campaign for the former Utah Governor. The event is hosted by the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s Center for Public Opinion and the Boston Herald.
Manning School of Business students talk about meeting Warren Buffett, getting experience with the Managed Fund competition and graduating in December.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan said the university has its sights set on offering a state-of-the-art journalism program, hopefully to be unveiled in fall 2012.
In the last year, vitamin D has been touted as some kind of miracle pill, preventing or curing what ails you. Not so fast, warn nutritional-science professors at UMass Lowell. The "good news" needs to be taken with a grain of salt and a heavy dose of caution, they said.
The way that teenage boys who engage in sexting are viewed is starkly different from the way girls are viewed, a study led by two UMass Lowell researchers has found.
Democrat Elizabeth Warren has opened up a lead against Republican incumbent Scott Brown for the first time in their U.S. Senate showdown, but a barrage of attack ads appears to have damaged Warren and Brown’s standing among Massachusetts voters, a new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.
UMass Lowell alum Mary Jo Leahey left behind legacy of support for education, music when she died last week at age 95.
UMass Lowell's Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory has received a $23 million infusion from the Army, one of the biggest grants in the university's history.
The days that Doug Carr spent being peppered with pucks by his brothers, Ryan and Greg, prepared him well for his current role as a sophomore goalie at UMass Lowell, and the rigors of Hockey East.
UMass Lowell sophomore Max O'Brien ran in last weekend's NCAA Division 2 nationals in Spokane, Wash., and came in as UMass Lowell's No. 2 runner for the first time as the River Hawks finished 20th.
Sean Hernandez, a cultural studies major at UMass Lowell, is an artist. He does not paint landscapes, play the guitar, or create tile mosaics. You won't find his work in a poetry book in the stacks at the Pollard Memorial Library. You may, however, find him performing a frontside pivot stall on the library's front steps. Sean Hernandez is a skateboarder.
Lowell, under first-year coach Norm Bazin, is in the process of a true renaissance in the Merrimack Valley. A team that won just five games a season ago, finishing dead last in Hockey East, has already matched that win total well before Thanksgiving and is coming off three wins that raised eyebrows of most fans around the league.
A first-time novelist at 87, UMass Lowell Professor Joseph Zaitchik talks shop with his grandson, writer Alex Zaitchik.
Former Dean of Students Leo King, who died last week at age 81, joined the staff at the university -- then called Lowell Technological Institute -- in 1967 as assistant dean and was promoted to dean two months later. Well-liked and respected by the administration and students alike, he helped steer UMass Lowell through three decades of growth and transformation before his retirement in 1996.
Veteran Mike Hubbard, 25, of Methuen retired from the Army after tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and Central America. He is using a tuition assistance program to study political science at UMass Lowell but says he wasn’t fully aware of all the benefits available to him.
All gave some, some gave all. It was with that message yesterday that UMass Lowell inducted four World War II veterans and Squadron N-12 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles into the school's Veterans Hall of Fame.
Now in his fourth year with the River Hawks, UMass Lowell men's basketball coach Greg Herenda and his players have spent the entire preseason trying to shrug off the praise that has been heaped upon them from all angles. They open the season at Bridgeport, Conn., Saturday.
The Occupy Wall Street movement may be starting to lose its luster with the American public, with four in ten now saying they have an unfavorable view of the protests, a new nationwide UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.
In 2007, about 300 international students were studying at UMass Lowell. Today, the university boasts 542 foreign undergraduate and graduate students, a number Chancellor Marty Meehan is hoping to increase further in the coming years.
Last year, UMass Lowell, along with sister campuses in Boston and Dartmouth, hired an Australian company called Navitas to recruit bright but underprepared students around the world and shepherd them through their first year of higher education by teaching.
UMass Lowell assistant basketball coach Souleymane Wane, who played for national champion UConn in 1999, now watches players go through their paces at River Hawk practice.
As Norm Bazin, who took over the reins as coach of the UMass-Lowell men’s hockey team, prepared for the 2011-12 season he said there was one more thing he wanted - more time.
A UMass Lowell research team has developed a new class of non-halogenated flame retardant materials by transforming naturally occurring phenols into polymeric flame-retardant additives.
The Tsongas Industrial History Center began its seven-month 20th-anniversary celebration Friday with a party that highlighted the partnerships that have kept the center going, even in tough economic times. The center is a joint collaboration among the UMass Lowell Graduate School of Education and the Lowell National Historical Park, with the Lowell schools.
UMass President Robert Caret summed up his tour yesterday of UMass Lowell's Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center with one word: "Impressive."
There’s a lot to learn from the Merrimack River, and on a recent boat ride with 22 children from a Reading elementary school, Bob Theriault, a museum teacher from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, was trying to impart some knowledge.
There are not many students at the University of Massachusetts Lowell wearing bracelets commemorating soldiers killed in Afghanistan, let alone one who was their friend. There also are not many students like Mike Hubbard walking across campus.
The election’s a year away, yet the first debate at UMass Lowell between the Democratic contenders for U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s seat captured huge national media attention — from The New York Times to Politico to MSNBC
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell’s new Center for Public Opinion offers students a unique opportunity for experiential learning right on campus.
The U.S. Senate Democratic Primary debate at UMass Lowell was Elizabeth Warren's first chance to make an impression, and her opponents first chance to face-off with the unofficial front-runner.
Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s meteoric ascent in Massachusetts politics has landed her in a virtual dead heat with Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, while two Democrats who passed on the race — Gov. Deval Patrick and former U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II — could pose even bigger threats to the GOP incumbent, a new UMass-Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.
Elizabeth Warren holds a commanding lead over other potential Democratic nominees for U.S. Senate, and she and incumbent Sen. Scott Brown are statistically tied at this early stage in the race, according to a UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll released yesterday.
UMass Lowell's $4 million Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center's business incubator celebrated its grand opening yesterday. The facility, housed at the Wannalancit Mills, features 14,000 square feet of collaborative work space and wet labs for start-up ventures.
UMass Lowell and the Herald have teamed up in a new partnership to host a student-led debate for Democratic U.S. Senate candidates Oct. 4 that will be streamed live on bostonherald.com.
UMass President Robert Caret says it's time for legislators to put their money where their mouths are when it comes to funding public higher education.
Cambridge-based Zipcar and UMass Lowell have announced a partnership offering the transportation option 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to all students, faculty and staff members 18 and older. Community members over age 21 are also eligible.
A new, $50 million, 490-bed dormitory paid for with borrowed, bonded money will be ready for UMass Lowell students in September 2013, Chancellor Marty Meehan said in a meeting with Sun editors.
UMass Lowell and the Herald have teamed up in a new partnership to host a student-led debate for Democratic U.S. Senate candidates and conduct other events and polling in that race as well as the New Hampshire presidential primary.
When the dust settled on Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 Americans were dead, including seven members of the UMass Lowell family, who in their deaths left behind six spouses, 10 children, nine parents and 13 siblings. Yesterday they were remembered as the university's circular stone Sept. 11 memorial, "Unity," along the Riverwalk on the East Campus, was rededicated.
For the second straight year, students from the UMass Lowell and Queen’s University in Belfast were digging on the church lawn for clues about the lives of immigrant workers who helped dig Lowell’s canals, which powered the textile mills central to the growing city’s economy.
This summer, construction crews at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell have been working to install a new ice floor that will be in place by the start of the UMass Lowell hockey season next month. Construction crews will also install a new dasher-board system for use during hockey games.
The 1,463 freshmen of the Class of 2015 listened as Chancellor Marty Meehan, Dean of Students Larry Siegel, Lowell Mayor James Milinazzo and Vernon Wall, director of educational programs and publications for the American College Personnel Association for College Student Educators International, provided words of welcome, encouragement and advice as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.
As the use and speed of the Internet has increased since 1996, the number of online course recipients at UMass Lowell and other institutions of higher learning has grown rapidly with it.
Welcome to 4D Home, an "ultra-efficient house" to be showcased in Washington in October as part of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011. Team Massachusetts, that designed the house, is comprised of about a dozen University of Massachusetts Lowell students, mostly studying solar-energy engineering, and another dozen students from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
The goal for the UMass Lowell's women's field hockey team is simple: repeat as national champions.
This fall, the University of Massachusetts at Lowell will begin offering a professional master’s degree in polymer science that will allow students to complete the advanced degree without writing a thesis.
Ready to get hands-on in the danger zone -- from afar? That's precisely what an enterprising team of UMass Lowell researchers are working to achieve with a little Redmond-supplied assistance.
The search for relics of the lives of Massachusetts’ original Irish immigrants has taken teams from UMass Lowell and Queens University-Belfast to the front lawn of St. Patrick’s Parish in Lowell.
Computer science teacher Michael Penta has trouble pulling his students away from their computers for an outdoor break during his weeklong game programming summer workshop at UMass Lowell Design Camp.
Robert Caret, the new University of Massachusetts president, wants to increase investment in the state's university system -- both emotional and monetary -- of taxpayers, elected officials and alumni.
Littleton's Kristina Oakland, an incoming senior in UMass Lowell's Environmental Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, started her internship at NECN on June 1, the day deadly tornadoes struck western Massachusetts. Haverhill's Heather Jaffe, a 2011 graduate, has been interning since January. They work closely with NECN weather host Danielle Niles, herself a 2008 graduate of the UMass Lowell Meteorology program.
UMass Lowell program puts middle schoolers on the river to learn the sport of crew.
For the first time in its history, the Tsongas Center was named in the top 20 in the world for venues with a capacity between 5,001 and 10,000 by Venues Today Magazine. The facility entered Venues Today's mid-year rankings at No. 20.
Todd Fry, the executive director of the Merrimack Valley Sandbox, talks about the initiative's first few months have gone and to explain further what exactly an ideas sandbox is.
Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian is teaming up with UMass Lowell professor James Byrne to create a research partnership designed to provide Koutoujian information he can use to shape policy and decide where to allocate funding.
The New York Mets announced the signing of UMass Lowell junior Jack Leathersich (Beverly).
To increase scholarly and popular understanding about Thoreau’s influence on history, the Thoreau Society has partnered with the Walden Woods project and the University of Massachusetts Lowell on a new online collaboration called “Mapping Thoreau Country.’’
Alumnus Norm Bazin was named the hockey coach. Bazin, 40, coached Division 3 Hamilton College the past three seasons, compiling a 38-31-7 record. He was the NESCAC Coach of the Year the past two seasons.
Sarah Behn, one the most recognized names in New England women's basketball, was named UMass Lowell's new head coach.
Retiring dean of students looks back on 32 years worth of changes she helped bring about at UMass Lowell
In February 2011 Boston TV station Fox 25 and WBZ News Radio 1030 AM interviewed UMass Lowell Provost Ahmed Abdelal about the crisis in Egypt and the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Community leaders welcomed the news about University Crossing, UMass Lowell's newest campus on the former St. Joseph Hospital's grounds.
Ex-UMass Lowell Baseball Coach Won More Than 800 Games in Career
Meehan, 'a son of Lowell,' takes reins at UML
Scholarships Target of Weeklong Event at UMass Lowell
She stars on track; he set throw records
As UMass Lowell's leader, Meehan gets right down to meeting his early goals
Engineering lands $2 million for 'green plastics' programming
$4m will help build lab to guide products through development
UMass Lowell a nice surprise
UMass Lowell's nanotechnology program boosted
from The Council On Diversity And Pluralism
Colleges offer online courses in preventing and responding to terror strikes
Used correctly, technology helps, researchers say
UMass Lowell-developed software helps build environmental management systems
Moragne a leader for River Hawks
UMass Lowell Alzheimer's researcher sees antioxidants as cancer fighters
Williamson Chosen by St. Louis; Tupman by Kansas City
Middle-school teams battle to build the best gizmo to 'help people have a better life'
Cash donation is among largest for UMass Lowell
'Lazer Vaudeville' mixes cutting-edge technology and old-fashioned entertainment in a show for the whole family
UMass would exchange property with developer
River Hawks head to World Series
Turning a sterile room into personal space is local college students' first test
Universities rush to cash in on 'nano' inventions, while skeptics warn that windfalls may prove elusive
UMass Lowell invention convention lets young engineers build on ideas
Class of '02 urged to use private sector to enrich community and the world
Pupils get hands-on exposure to instruments
Memorial honors seven who had ties to college
High-tech workers in training to become teachers
School of Health and Environment unveiled at UMass Lowell
UMass Lowell student weaves the music of textile looms with a Kerouac Beat
UMASS-LOWELL FILLS CORPORATE NICHE
Pair of UMass Lowell graduates share same name, class, course of study and headaches
Students from Mass and R.I. compete in 'Botball' tournament
Israelis court success at UMass-Lowell
From hip-hop to jazz, from the privilege line to soul food, UMass Lowell celebrates African-American culture and all that we have in common
UMass Lowell is at the forefront of research on this versatile material, and the school is helping local companies discover ways to use, produce, and process the substance
River Hawks blank Bryant College, 1-0
UMass Lowell's Splash program has kids hooked on canal ecology
SPINNERS OFFER BEAT POET BOBBLEHEADS
Spinners, UMass Lowell plan to honor Jack Kerouac
Teens band together at UMass Lowell music camp
UMass hosting history conference
Despite being a small minority, women excel in UMass Lowell program
Phala Chea first to earn doctorate at UMass Lowell
UMass Lowell grads embark on journey to success
Southeast Asians tell of education challenges at UMass Lowell forum
UMass Lowell wins third Northeast-10 Conference Tournament in as many tries
Student-designed 911 memorial honors those with ties to UMass Lowell
History buff wins grant to research one of city's most illustrious citizens
Westford writer David Daniel evokes the Summer of Love in his latest mystery
Local students participate in 'awesome' robot competition at UMass Lowell
Littleton woman is UMASS Kerouac writer-in-residence
UMass Lowell hockey team scores points with city youngsters as part of literacy mentoring program
Veteran Coach Amassed Nearly 800 Victories in 36 Seasons
'Little stars' shine on UMass Lowell stage
UMass-based site looks to expand goals, students, at school that adapts to kids' culture, languages
UMass Lowell physicist journeys to south pole to work on deep-space telescope
Historian Howard Zinn argues the past offers a warning against attack on Iraq
Jeff Buggea, of Dracut and U Mass Lowell, is trying his hand as a pro bowler
Nearly $1M to boost Lowell teachers' history programs
2002-2003 Call for Proposals: Small Grants
For research on "Education for Sustainability"
Discovery Series brings message of 'The Nightingale' to family audiences
Robot competition at UMass Lowell will put students' creativity to test
UMass Lowell program helps students gear up for high school
Chelmsford resident and retired UMass Lowell Professor Yakov Zilberberg has published his first book of poetry.
Student-run center gives UMass Lowell community a new place dedicated to visual and performing arts
Hudson Guard sergeant called up again, just months after returning from the war on terror
Habs' rookie looks like he'll be sticking around
Recreation building a long-awaited hub for UMass Lowell community
$19.5M REC CENTER READIED FOR DEBUT
Registrar’s, Financial Aid and Graduate School Move to Dugan, South Campus
UMass Lowell program has city youths sharing activities and respect
UMass Lowell’s Summer Courses Offer Quick Credits or Career Boost
Demand outpacing supply for campus housing, classes
For UMass Lowell graduates, online program offered freedom to juggle courses, busy lives
Dr. Eleanor Forsley Shalhoup succeeded in her many roles as cargiver, nurse, educator and friend
UMass Lowell gives high school juniors, sophomores a taste of college
When: Sunday, June 9, 3 to 5 p.m.
Where: C-SPAN American Writers Live Program, Kerouac Commemorative Park, Bridge Street, Lowell
Instructors in Lowell and Chelmsford show UMass Lowell grad students how to use interactive technology in the classroom
Registration Deadline June 13
Dubus builds home, takes post at UMass
Cahill leads River Hawks to national tournament
Hailed as leader in community psychology study of gender, racial bias in workplace
Local students learn how to design and build robots, hot air balloons
Students Reviving ACM Chapter Say Experience Invaluable
Donation worth approximately US$23 million --University to pursue licensing opportunities across industries
Security is whole airport's job
New UMass coach wants to duplicate tournament success
For College Campuses
The UMass Lowell Registrar’s Office is now located in Dugan Hall on South Campus.
City Council approves deals for Devils, River Hawks hockey teams
Their ER training was Iraq; now 2 graduate as nurses
UMass Lowell earns NE-10 softball championship
Just put one foot in front of the other
Meehan picked for UMass-Lowell
of one who demanded much
DARPA chief hits UMass Lowell in search of new technologies
Study finds that for every $1 invested by state, university generates $8 in activity
Academy opening at UMass-Lowell
UMass-Lowell is leading the charge in a movement within chemistry that is committed to reducing waste, pollution, and energy consumption
Efforts stirring to revive a Merrimack boathouse and put Lowell back on the water
$25G grant to fund effort to use water, carbon dioxide, to get more of the fossil fuel
UMass-Lowell research center tests lumber for MLB
Lowell Sun editorial recommends two sites out of the four under consideration for the UML advanced manufacturing center.
From bedroom security systems to search-and-rescue robots, local middle and high school students went high-tech this summer at the UMass Lowell Designcamp.
Bill would cede control to UMass
How do you like them apples?
Kids still go off to camp, but some things will never be the same
Op-ed by Rep. Paul Casey
Officials begin site selection process
Some say digital lectures can let students catch up
They go together like chocolate and peanut butter
Invention may also aid elderly
FEMA officials will be working at the disaster recovery center at Olney Hall on UMass Lowell's North Campus
Use the right fork
Newburyport event builds on Dubus legacy
UMass study finds builders can be convinced to construct environmentally friendly homes
Aims to lead in cutting-edge technologies
Lowell nanotech company makes products that convert light to energy
Lab team learning the mysteries beyond Earth’s atmosphere
Competition spurs calls for grants, academic centers
A shortage of medical technicians prompts fears about impact on care
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