Today@UMass Lowell
Nov. 21, 2014

NIOSH Awards Quinn $2.4M Grant
Prof. Margaret Quinn of Work Environment has been awarded $2.4 million from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to research safer options for cleaning and disinfecting that prevent infections in hom Read More

Researchers will find effective options that are safer for cleaning and disinfecting that prevent infections in home medical care. Photo by Earl Dotter 

Students Create a 'Solar-Electric Taxi’
A team of electrical engineering and computer science students has built and tested a solar/electric-powered quadricycle that could ferry up to four passengers without consuming a single drop of gas. Read More

Electrical engineering and computer science double major Alexander Gribov demonstrates the prototype solar/electric-powered taxi that he and fellow undergraduate students have developed.

Homecoming Welcomes Thousands of Alumni
Thousands of past, present and future River Hawks (and Chiefs, Techs and Terriers) flocked to campus for Homecoming 2014, the largest alumni event in the school’s history. Read More

Alumni, students, staff and faculty gathered at the Hawkey Way carnival for Homecoming festivities. Photo by Meghan Moore.

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