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A total of about 400 seventh- and eighth-grade students from Lowell Public Schools toured the campus as part of the University's STEM outreach effort.
Ten student teams participating in the first DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge are sharing $25,000 in prize money to address problems like childhood obesity and the need for affordable prosthetics for children in developing nations.
Diana Davis, a graduate student who works as a trainer, fitness instructor and facility supervisor at the Campus Recreation Center, was named Student Employee of the Year.
Students from third grade through high school created artwork for the University’s Cool Science contest which educates the public about climate issues.
GRE Assoc. Prof. James Nehring has been selected as the Fulbright Scholar for Northern Ireland Governance and Public Policy.
Dozens of UMass Lowell faculty members participated in technology workshops over semester break, learning the latest on how to enrich teaching and research with such tools as iPads and clickers.
A partnership between the GSE and the Lawrence public schools to improve classroom instruction for English language learners is expanding, thanks to a $1.6 million federal grant.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $2.2 million grant to a project led by Graduate School of Education faculty to study how ads on subway trains impact learning about climate change.
Young alumni are actively involved in this election season, as May 2012 graduate Jon Zlotnik is running for state representative in his hometown of Gardner and his former roommate Brad Helgin is his campaign manager.
Assoc. Prof. David Lustick is using a $32,000 Creative Economy grant to fund a Cool Science initiative to get students and commuters thinking about the science of climate change.
Shannon Smith ’08 ’09 is helping to build an education system in the United Arab Emirates just a few years after graduation.
UMass Lowell Profs. Susan Gallagher and David Lustick are among those sharing in $250,000 in Creative Economy grants from the UMass President's Office.
The Tsongas Industrial History Center, a unique partnership between UMass Lowell’s Graduate School of Education and the Lowell National Historical Park, wrapped up its 20th anniversary observance with a June 4 celebration at the Bellegarde Boathouse.
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