UMass Lowell students showcased their ingenuity and intellectual prowess by racking up numerous honors and awards in nationwide competitions this spring and summer.
The Toxic Use Reduction Institute hosted business leaders at its biannual Greener Materials Research Symposium and funded two UMass Lowell faculty member research projects.
UMass Lowell researcher Christopher Hansen has secured $579,000 in a NASA grant for his project to develop lightweight interlocking construction materials to be used to build space stations and other structures for space explorations.
The Alumni Admissions Volunteer Program connects alumni with prospective students across the world, building excitement and increasing applications.
The third annual DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge awarded a total of $35,000 to ten student teams designing innovative products and processes to better the lives of others.
UMass Lowell's graduate programs in business, education and engineering are among the top in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
Experiments conducted by UMass Lowell engineering Asst. Prof. David Willis reveal plausible explanations for deflated Patriots’ footballs.
Mechanical engineering Asst. Prof. Christopher Hansen is one of seven young faculty researchers nationwide awarded a NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant.
Junior back Marzana Fiedtkou of Guyana becomes the first member of the UMass Lowell field hockey program to represent a national team.
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