Our student body is diverse and growing- currently there are 14,727 students on our campuses
History students gained hands-on experience in archiving and conference planning by assisting as the University hosted the 2012 New England Renaissance Conference.
“We are lucky to live and work in such a historically significant place, but we take it for granted,” says Assoc. Dean Julie Nash. Now hundreds of students know better.
Lurking in closets, packed away in attics, stuffed in bags or boxes is a trove of celluloid treasures – home movies. The original films, while long-lasting, are often discarded. Not so at UMass Lowell.
UMass Lowell Prof. Chad Montrie and Nathan Hendrie explore the saying “Dogs are men’s best friend” as a paradox in the documentary “Tough Love” where owners dominate their pets through restraints and food rewards.
Teachers participating in the Tsongas Industrial History Center’s weeklong Inventing America workshop got to witness history being uncovered at the archaeological dig on the grounds of St. Patrick’s Church.
Chad Montrie debunks the popular notion that dominance, or “alpha dog,” training is the right way to handle the family pet.
Look no further than campus and your nearest library for your summer reading fix from the UMass Lowell community.
More than three dozen students participated in faculty-led study abroad programs this summer, learning about everything from the Battle of Marathon in ancient Greece to security practices at a Lady Gaga concert in Hong Kong.
Each year, more graduates are choosing to stay in Lowell after their time at UMass Lowell to work in and improve the city they now call home.
Junior history major Mary-Kate Hazel has won the prestigious Laska Award, given by the New England History Teachers’ Association. “I ‘blame’ my grandmother,” she says.
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