Kriebel Receives $1.4M Grant for Vision Disorder ResearchProf. David Kriebel of Work Environment recently received a $1.4M grant to study preventable causes of retinal detachment. Read More
Lunchtime Lecture Brings Former Reporter to CampusFormer TV reporter Susan Wornick shared stories from her years on the frontlines of the news business in a Lunchtime Lecture at the ICC.
Manning ’84 to Students: ‘Success is Not Normal’As part of his fourth annual statewide bus tour, UMass President Robert Caret is honoring alumni contributions, including that of UMass Lowell business graduate Rob Manning ’84.
Flu Shot Clinic for All Students, Faculty & Staff
UMass Lowell Fall Career Fair
River Hawk Homecoming Weekend
Open House for Ph.D. in Business Administration
Ice Hockey vs. Michigan
(10/20/2014) The University of Massachusetts already has a gleaming new research building on its Lowell campus, but for two years the fourth floor has been empty. Now Raytheon, one of the country’s top defense contractors, has committed at least $3 million to fill it. Starting next semester, the major defense contractor will send some of its top researchers to work side-by-side with students and faculty at UMass Lowell.
(10/20/2014) A student teams from UMass Lowell is are among five teams in New England chosen by the US Environmental Protection Agency to receive up to $15,000 each to pursue projects that deliver sustainable, alternative methods of addressing environmental challenges. The Lowell team is studying Green Nanosolder Paste for Next Generation Electronics Assembly and Manufacturing.
(10/19/2014) Column about bringing Olympics to Boston in 2024 and the role the city and the university could play.
(10/18/2014) Haverhill Family Eye Care has moved from 72 Merrimack St. to a new office and optometry showroom at 59 Washington St. in the heart of the downtown's arts district, helping pave the way for Harbor Place, where UMass Lowell will be located in Haverhill.
(10/16/2014) A new research center led by UMass Lowell and supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation is bringing industry and university experts in wind energy together to solve mutual problems and advance the field.
(10/17/2014) UMass Lowell is among those offering support to help the Middlesex 3 Coalition (M3) to ease traffic in several area communities via a shuttle bus system is revving up to begin service in early 2015.
(10/18/2014) Western countries have done little or nothing to address the problem of what to do with identified extremists in their midst beyond jailing them, said John G. Horgan, director of the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies at UMass Lowell.
(10/17/2014) Mia Bloom, a professor of Security Studies at UMass Lowell, who has studied the phenomenon of female recruits, says young, impressionable women are especially vulnerable to romantic notions and promises given by the Islamic State.
(10/19/2014) Appreciation of Tony Romano, who coached basketball at University of Lowell basketball. He died lat week at 72.
(10/19/2014) UMass Lowell student interviewed for piece.
(10/18/2014) UMass Lowell beat and tied Quinnipiac in home and away games this past weekend.
(10/20/2014) Lowell resident Ethan Brown, who is close to earning his MBA at UMass Lowell, crosses the finish line as the winner of the Baystate Half Marathon on Sunday morning.