Center Builds Relationships with Asian-American CommunityThe UMass Lowell Center for Asian American Studies is conducting research and building relationships to benefit the larger community.
Kriebel Receives $1.4M Grant for Vision Disorder ResearchProf. David Kriebel of Work Environment recently received a $1.4M grant to study preventable causes of retinal detachment. Read More
Lunchtime Lecture Brings Former Reporter to CampusFormer TV reporter Susan Wornick shared stories from her years on the frontlines of the news business in a Lunchtime Lecture at the ICC.
Hawkey Way: Homecoming Family Fun
Admissions Fall Open House
(10/24/2014) In our exclusive 7News/UMass Lowell survey, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is up on former Sen. Scott Brown by just three points -- 49 percent to 46 percent -- among likely voters.
(10/23/2014) Nearly 200 for-profit, nonprofit and government employers met with more than 1,000 students seeking jobs, internships and co-operative education opportunities at the UMass Lowell Fall Career Fair Wednesday.
(10/23/2014) Two of the nation's premier college hockey programs will make their first-ever visit to the Merrimack Valley this weekend. UMass Lowell's seventh-ranked River Hawks face off against the likes of Michigan and Michigan State -- both Midwest hockey royalty.
(10/24/2014) UMass Lowell basketball was picked by the league's coaches to finish last in ninth place. That seems a bit low after talking to the coaches in Boston on Wednesday, who praised coach Pat Duquette.
"I know Pat very well, he's a great guy," said Christian, in his first season
(10/23/2014) UMass Lowell was picked to finish seventh in the 2014-15 America East Conference women's basketball preseason coaches poll on Wednesday. Senior guard Shannon Samuels was also named to the Preseason All-Conference Team.
(10/23/2014) Since the summer, hundreds of Westerners have left their homes to join the Islamic State as foreign fighters in Syria. These men and women are driven to join the extremist group by the need to “belong to something special,” John Horgan, a psychologist and professor at UMass Lowell’s Center for Terrorism and Security Studies, told International Business Times.
(10/23/2014) Mia Bloom, a professor of security studies at UMass Lowell, said the girls' story so far suggests how Islamic extremists have mastered social media to prey on younger and younger women with "Disney-like versions" of what it is like to live under Muslim leadership, complete with promises of husbands and homes.
(10/23/2014) William Lazonick’s survey of the country’s largest publicly traded companies — those listed on the S&P 500 from 2003 to 2012 — found that they devoted 54 percent of their net earnings during that time to repurchasing their own stock, and another 37 percent to shareholder dividends.
(10/24/2014) Upstart, a 2-year-old colt trained by alum Rick Violette, one of the top trainers of thoroughbred racehorses in the country, was one of 17 horses nominated to the $2 million Sentient Jet Breeders' Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1, at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif.
(10/23/2014) Peter Bell, who has a doctorate in music and taught music composition at Gordon College and UMass Lowell, is part of an interactive installation Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Essex Art Center, 56 Island St. in Lawrence.