New Academic Center a Hit at CostelloStudent-athletes are taking full advantage of the new academic center, which opened this fall as part of a $3 million renovation project at Costello Athletic Center. Read More
NIOSH Awards Quinn $2.4M GrantProf. 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
Students Explore Through Asian Studies MinorStudents pursuing the Asian Studies minor are learning about different cultures and putting global shifts in perspective. Read More
Lowell City of Lights Parade & Holiday Celebration
Ice Hockey vs. Harvard
Pucks & Paws at Ice Hockey vs. UConn
Women's Works Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Tripathy Memorial Symposium
(11/25/2014) About 10 percent of the college students in Massachusetts are international students. UMass Lowell is heavy international recruiter. The state has seen its own share of higher education cuts as well: more than 36 percent since fiscal year 2008.
(11/25/2014) Nineteen of the state’s 29 public college campuses, including UMass Lowell, have opened food pantries or are now distributing food to some students, the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education reported Tuesday — two days before Thanksgiving and its traditional feast.
(11/26/2014) UMass Lowell students assembled more than 300 food baskets at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center Monday for distribution to families on Thanksgiving.
(11/26/2014) Electronic “tongues” or e-tongues have been the focus of research for several years, with applications for sampling wine, screening for bacteria and contamination in production, distinguishing between different varieties of beer, or evaluating milk and dairy products. The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $50,000 grant to the University of Massachusetts Lowell for continued development of an e-tongue to test water and beverages for lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic, as well as heavy metals such as chromium, nickel, copper, and zinc.
(11/26/2014) "The Europeans have, in essence, created a very perverse incentive," Mia Bloom, professor at UMass Lowell's Center for Terrorism and Security Studies, told VICE News. "We don't know how many back room deals have been made with European countries or companies."
(11/26/2014) Tyler Livingston scored a career-high 23 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead UMass Lowell to its third straight victory, 102-57, over Mount Ida College on Tuesday night.
(11/25/2014) Editor Jim Campanini talks about visiting his daughter Jayln, a UMass Lowell alum.