Prof. David Lustick of Nashua, N.H., a faculty member in UMass Lowell's Graduate School of Education, will be honored Feb. 9 at the White House as a Climate Education and Literacy "Champion of Change."
The National Institutes of Health recently awarded a multidisciplinary team of researchers $450,000 to develop a computer-visualization tool to help educate residents in Boston’s Chinatown about the hazards of traffic-related air pollution.
Mechanical engineering Asst. Prof. Christopher Hansen is one of seven young faculty researchers nationwide awarded a NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant.
NASA has awarded a team of researchers led by Prof. Supriya Chakrabarti a grant worth nearly $5.6 million to develop an instrument system that could potentially detect young planets orbiting other stars in the Milky Way.
The Climate Change Teach-In, now in its fifth year, is co-sponsored by the university’s Climate Change Initiative and the Climate Action Plan.
Prof. Pradeep Kurup of the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department, a highly regarded educator and world-class researcher, has been awarded the title of Distinguished University Professor.
Three UMass Lowell professors have been awarded this year’s Commercial Ventures and Intellectual Property Technology Development Fund by the UMass President’s Office.
Prof. Robert Gamache of the Department of Earth, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences was named by Thomson Reuters as one of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for 2014.
A team of researchers at the university’s Cyber Forensics Laboratory has shown that thieves can use wearable devices to get your info.
A new industry-driven consortium led by UMass Lowell is one of 19 partnerships awarded advanced manufacturing technology grants by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
A new wind energy research center received funding from the National Science Foundation to help foster industry, academic and government collaborations.
Nonspec — a startup company established by engineering-students-turned-entrepreneurs — won $25,000 at the annual American Society of Mechanical Engineers Innovation Showcase.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of UMass Lowell’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, which was founded in 1969 by Prof. Allan T. Gifford, who served as its first chairman.
UMass Lowell hosted this year’s American Society of Civil Engineers steel bridge and concrete canoe regional competitions.
Asst. Prof. Kate Swanger from EEAS led an expedition to Antarctica to investigate how the continent’s glaciers have responded to climate fluctuations in the past.
A team of researchers from UMass Lowell and the Medical College of Wisconsin has been awarded two grants by the U.S. National Institutes of Health totaling nearly $930,000 to develop ways to predict and mitigate injuries resulting from radiation exposure.
Students lead their peers on off-campus trips as part of the Outdoor Adventure Program.
UMass Lowell and its "Is College Worth It?" campaign are highlighted in article about college value.
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