Sound Recording Technology boasts an acoustically perfect classroom
Each year, undergraduate and graduate students from our six colleges and schools gather to present their research in oral and poster presentations to their peers, faculty and guests.
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.
Devan Hawkins, 22, of Pepperell, a first-year graduate student in epidemiology at UMass Lowell, recently attended the UN climate-change conference in Qatar.
Honors Scholar Co-op student Andrew Sanginario assisted PhD candidate Brian Patuto in a search for the connection between a protein and dementia.
Citing the University’s outstanding energy and environmental leadership, the state recently presented UMass Lowell with a Leading by Example award.
UMass Lowell's climate-change experts weigh in on the effects of Hurricane Sandy and what they mean for the future.
Spider expert Jessica Garb says she fears a rare, endangered spider found in an underground cave in Texas may lose the battle that’s put a $15 million San Antonio highway project on hold.
Internship programs, co-ops and service learning projects have expanded, giving students more opportunities to be ready for work once they graduate.
A conversation with biology Assoc. Prof. Juliette Rooney-Varga, who is passionate about climate change.
UMass Lowell’s mission to enhance the student experience by providing a global perspective will be highlighted when Queen’s University Belfast — in partnership with UMass Lowell and Dublin City University — hosts the Advanced Materials, Polymer Processing and Manufacturing Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Sept. 25 and 26.
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.
Several women student leaders recently attended the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders and are eager to share what they've learned with the University community.
Fox Hall’s resident pair of peregrine falcons successfully hatched three chicks this spring.
UMass Lowell joined more than 550 leading science organizations and institutions across the country in the largest celebration of science and engineering in America held in April in Washington D.C.
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