UTeach Student Wins Top Research Award Judges at the 8th Annual UTeach Conference in Austin named math major John Romano the winner for his poster presentation “M2D2, UTeach, Lowell High School Experience.” Read More
Western Education Starts with Higher EducationGreg Alexandropoulos ’14 wanted to start a band. Now he has Western Education, which is making its mark with a new recording. Read More
Gamache Named One of the World’s Top ResearchersProf. Robert Gamache of the Department of Earth, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences was named by Thomson Reuters as one of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for 2014.
Howie Day & Carbon Leaf at Lowell Summer Music Series
GLMT Presents "Chicago, The Musical"
Marcia Ball at Lowell Summer Music Series
(8/1/2014) Robert Gamache, a professor in Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, has been named one of "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds" by Thomson Reuters, which compiled the list by the title in collaboration with Shanghai Jiaotong University and producer of the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
(7/31/2014) Former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Danielle Henderson has been named the new head coach of the UMass Lowell softball team.
(7/31/2014) UMass Lowell history major Dillon Mroz is among a band of Viking warriors called the Draugar Vinlands — explorers, duelers, and conquerors — is so meticulously dedicated to accuracy, its members seem like imports from the first millennium (until one sneaks out a smartphone after a bout of fighting, that is).
(8/1/2014) Ayer resident Clarissa Eaton does not have a lot of time on her hands. Instead, she has 120 students at her Littleton ballet studio, part-time work as a preschool teacher in Harvard and a steady courseload at UMass Lowell.
(7/31/2014) Chancellor Meehan mentioned in column about Demoulas family squabble over Market Basket and its roots in Lowell.
(7/31/2014) The UMass Lowell River Hawks are getting closer to having their very own practice rink. A $1.3 billion bond-authorization bill was sent to the governor’s desk by State House leaders and it includes a $20 million loan to expand the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.
(7/31/2014) The compromise economic development bill (H 4377) establishes a 3-year entrepreneur-in-residence pilot program at centers within UMass Lowell and UMass Boston.