UMass Lowell will be home to an Honors College, after a vote by the UMass Board of Trustees.
UMass Lowell moved one step closer to elevating the honors program that has attracted star students such as Koufogazos to a separate Honors College after the UMass Board of Trustees unanimously approved the plan on Wednesday.
The Commonwealth Honors Program celebrated years of success with a benefit event in O’Leary Library.
This year, Prof. Robert Giles and his staff opened UMass Lowell’s Haiti Development Studies Center in the port city of Les Cayes, about 200 miles southwest of Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital.
Two students in UMass Lowell’s Commonwealth Honors program — Rachel Paquette and Jillian Giles — are collaborating with Prof. Robert Giles and the Haiti Development Studies Center to provide clean, safe water for residents in Les Cayes.
Commonwealth Honors Program students held a party for prospective students, convincing many high-achieving scholars to choose UMass Lowell.
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