Students, faculty and staff organized a weeklong schedule of activities to highlight campus sustainability initiatives and celebrate efforts to protect the environment.
Biology Prof. Mark Hines is part of an international team of researchers that was recently awarded a three-year, $1.6 million grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study methane production in northern wetlands.
Students educated the public about climate change during the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Boston in February.
The National Science Foundation has recently awarded Prof. Robert Gamache a three-year grant worth more than $434,000 to establish the spectral “line shape” parameters for important gas molecules found in the atmospheres of Earth, Venus and Mars.
Citing the University’s outstanding energy and environmental leadership, the state recently presented UMass Lowell with a Leading by Example award.
Juliette Rooney-Varga, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at UMass Lowell, says the clock is ticking on addressing climate change issues.
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.
A conversation with biology Assoc. Prof. Juliette Rooney-Varga, who is passionate about climate change.
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.
UMass Lowell’s grounds are getting a new look with the planting of new trees, flowering bushes, perennial beds and a rose garden.
UMass Lowell faculty and students, in collaboration with the Cambridge Educational Access TV Media Arts Studio have created a program that blends media-making and climate-change science.
UMass Lowell’s recycling program is yielding strong results, with more than half of the solid waste generated on campus being recycled.
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.
Asst. Prof. Kate Swanger of the Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department stayed for two months on the continent during the 2011–12 Antarctic summer conducting field work.
With support from its partners and from NASA’s Innovations in Climate Education grant, UMass Lowell's Climate Change Initiative is developing ways to integrate student-media production into climate-change education.
Juliette Rooney-Varga, associate professor of biological science and director of the Climate Change Initiative at UMass Lowell, comments on weather changes.
The Student Environmental Alliance is a student-run organization that focuses on advocacy and outreach.