Today@UMass Lowell
Dec. 18, 2014

Prof Gets NASA Grant for Mission Building Blocks
Mechanical engineering Asst. Prof. Christopher Hansen is one of seven young faculty researchers nationwide awarded a NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant. Read More

Construction of large, complex structures in orbit, such as the International Space Station, could someday benefit from the research being conducted by Asst. Prof. Chris Hansen on fiber-reinforced composite materials.

Bread & Roses Strike Inspires New Research
Two recent alumni became published researchers early in their careers after using primary resources with Prof. Robert Forrant. Read More

Prof. Robert Forrant, with student Bernard Trubowitz, received the Bread & Roses Hall of Fame Award for his research on the strike, the subject of his new book. Photo courtesy of the Lawrence History Center

Walker Climbs to DifferenceMaker Crown
Students from across the campus developed business plans and prototypes in the latest round of DifferenceMaker contests. Read More

Engineering Dean Joseph Hartman with the winning Hydraulic Walker team, Peter Klausmeyer, Ryan Andrews, and Steven Tello, vice chancellor of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.

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