At the invitation of John Sampas, the executor of Jack Kerouac's estate, Prof. Michael Millner and Kerouac scholar Todd Tietchen retrieved select items from Kerouac's Florida home now on display at UMass Lowell's Allen House.
Environmental leader Naomi Oreskes -- who advised Pope Francis on the climate-change policy he shared with President Barack Obama and Congress during his recent U.S. visit -- was the featured speaker at UMass Lowell's annual Climate Change Teach-In, which drew about 500 people.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was on hand with Chancellor Jacquie Moloney at the opening of UMass Lowell's Innovation Hub and expansion of M2D2 at 110 Canal St., along with UMass Medical Chancellor Michael Collins and state Rep. Dave Nangle.
Students living in UMass Lowell's new Riverview East Suites may rarely need to leave their dorm rooms.
Desk and many personal items, care of the Jack and Stella Kerouac Center for Public Humanities, will be on display.
MassTech awarded a $4 million grant to UMass Lowell’s Printed Electronics Research Collaborative (PERC). The four-year grant award will be matched by $12 million in industry support, and is managed by the Innovation Institute at MassTech.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney touted the university's incubator programs during a public hearing in front of the state Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies on Tuesday.
Representatives of MassDevelopment recently visited UMass Lowell's new Innovation Hub and Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) at 110 Canal St. in the city's Hamilton Canal District.
UMass Lowell's new leader Jacqueline Moloney hasn't slept much since starting the job on Aug. 1, because the university's first-ever female chancellor has been meeting with senior leaders and launching a First 90-Day plan.
UMass Lowell seniors, twins Elizabeth and Laura Kender and their brother Stephen, a UML sophomore, are developing a flexible, modular body armor for sports protective equipment.
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