The University’s Healthy Homes Program has been awarded a $750,000 grant to reduce episodes of asthma among senior citizens living in Lowell public housing.
The College of Health Sciences announced new bachelor’s and master’s public health degree programs.
UMass Lowell has been awarded a $750,000 grant to reduce episodes of asthma among senior citizens living in Lowell public housing.
Laura Punnett, professor of ergonomics and epidemiology and a world leader in the public-health field, has been named Distinguished University Professor by UMass Lowell. The distinction is the highest honor bestowed on a UMass Lowell faculty member for exceptional teaching achievement, research and service to the university.
Prof. Laura Punnett received the prestigious title of University Professor for her outstanding accomplishments in academic research, teaching and service.
The Toxics Use Reduction Institute released a report showing that Massachusetts companies have dramatically reduced use and environmental releases of chemicals known or suspected to cause cancer.
Colleagues and friends of Prof. Ken Geiser gathered on April 26 to celebrate his retirement, establishing the Ken Geiser Endowed Fund for Global Sustainability.
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