English Department Lecturer Matthew Hurwitz’s students recently celebrated the culmination of a literacy improvement partnership with second- and third-grade students from the Bartlett Community Partnership School.
Boston Marathon bombing survivor and Manning School of Business alumna Roseann Sdoia shared her inspiring message at the Women in Business Speaker Series at University Crossing.
An artist’s life is a calling of passion, world-class opera singer and alum Pawel Izdebski ’86 told students in a recent master class.
Forty faculty members were honored at the third annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, sponsored by the Committee on Transformational Education.
A $13.4 million federal grant secured by the City of Lowell, in partnership with the university, will help pay for the repair or replacement of eight canal bridges.
Prof. Supriya Chakrabarti and Asst. Prof. Timothy Cook are launching a rocket-borne experiment called PICTURE-B to take direct images of the disk of dust surrounding a nearby Sun-like star.
The university was recently honored for its partnership with The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars with the Public Institution of the Year Award.
UMass Lowell and Mahidol University in Thailand have been awarded a National Institutes of Health $3 million, five-year grant to establish a center of excellence to improve agricultural health in Southeast Asia.
Students cycle through all roles in a professional-quality studio designed to prepare them for careers in lighting, design, editing and other roles in the burgeoning digital media workforce.
When one veteran of the war in Afghanistan saw a need, he plunged in to help his fellow vets get the services they earned.
UMass Lowell joins Harvard and MIT as only institutions in state to be named a “Bicycle Friendly University” by the League of American Bicyclists.
The Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP) and the university recently joined forces to expand training options in advanced manufacturing in the northeastern region of the state.
New ProPath program gives undergrads advance access to Fall Career Fair, which drew 202 employers to the Tsongas Center.
Students learn thought-provoking business lessons from “We Are Market Basket,” a new book that is required reading this semester for all Manning School freshmen.
New Faculty Sandbox at O’Leary Library gives professors a place to test and explore academic technology with one-on-one support from IT staff.
As part of the SAP University Alliances Program, Manning School of Business students will be able to apply theoretical concepts to real-world cases using SAP’s leading global software.
Assoc. Prof. Eric James is conducting a fall prevention study in the Health Assessment Lab that recently opened in Riverview Suites – a 250,000-square-foot facility that also includes a residence hall for 800 students, 10 classrooms and a fitness center.
Assoc. Prof. Bridget Marshall’s Disability in Literature class takes students downtown to meet the people who live with blindness every day.
The new Allen House exhibit "Kerouac Retrieved" includes personal items of Lowell's famous literary son, Jack Kerouac.
A team of researchers led by Asst. Prof. Kate Swanger is spending two months in Antarctica to study the history of rock glaciers and buried glacial ice in the McMurdo Dry Valleys region.
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