Best-selling author Steve Almond, UMass Lowell’s 2016 Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence, will present a free program for the campus and the community.
The fourth day of results from the UMass Lowell/7News tracking poll of 1,400 New Hampshire voters shows Hillary Clinton haS gained ground against Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary race and Donald Trump is holding firm on his lead on the Republican side.
On the fifth day of the UMass Lowell/7News tracking poll of New Hampshire voters, it appears that Clinton’s win in Iowa has led to a sizable bump. She now trails Sanders by 15 points, 55%-40%. Trump continues to lead his nearest Republican challenger by 19 points. Cruz and Rubio show moderate gains.
The third day of results from the UMass Lowell/7News tracking poll of 1,400 New Hampshire voters shows Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican field by a wide margin even after a second-place finish in Iowa on Monday night.
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The second-day of results from the UMass Lowell/7News tracking poll shows that while Donald Trump, at 38 percent support among likely voters, continues to lead all candidates in the Republican primary, 44 percent of Republicans polled reported that they could still change their minds.
New results from the UMass Lowell/7News tracking poll of 1,400 New Hampshire voters in the Feb. 9 Democratic and Republican primariesshow Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are leading in polling of likely voters in their respective primary races.
UMass Lowell scientists lived in tents and braved frigid temperatures in Antarctica for six weeks to study the landscape for clues into past climates on Earth and the terrain on Mars.
Author Steve Almond, whose insightful, often irreverent take on contemporary American life has earned him both literary praise and prizes, will teach English at UMass Lowell this semester as the Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence for 2016.
The National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences has awarded The New England Consortium (TNEC) a $7.6 million grant to protect the health and safety of workers responding to hazardous-materials and climate-change crises.
More than 30 middle school and high school students from throughout the Merrimack Valley will come to UMass Lowell to meet university leaders and see the campus location where they will design and build a robot for the international FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition.
The University of Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) announces its fifth annual M2D2 $100K Challenge 2016, a nationwide competition that showcases the innovative ideas of early-stage medical device, diagnostic and biotech companies.
Working professionals and others considering graduate school will have the opportunity to learn about UMass Lowell’s more than 100 online and on-campus programs during an event next week.
UMass Lowell’s excellence in providing hands-on, professional experience to students as part of their education has been honored by a Washington, D.C., organization that prepares young people for leadership roles in public service, private industry and nonprofit endeavors.
UMass Lowell faculty experts are world-class researchers and scholars who lend authority to news and feature stories in an engaging and relatable way.
The UMass Lowell Libraries will host a free, six-part series featuring local experts who will share insights into the history of Latinos in the United States and their contributions to American culture.
A UMass Lowell chemistry professor who revolutionized the design of stents used to aid heart patients has been nationally recognized for his inventions.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacquie Moloney has devoted her first three months as chancellor to the First 90 initiative (#First90), designed to engage the campus and community in programs and other efforts that will bring the university closer to reaching the goals laid out in its strategic plan, “UMass Lowell 2020.”
UMass Lowell officially debuted its transformed McGauvran Center, the 12th new building opened by the university in six years.