UMass Lowell offers 20 doctoral degree programs all accredited at the highest possible level
Thanks to a three-year $750,000 grant from the ADVANCE initiative of the National Science Foundation, researchers from UMass Lowell and UMass Medical School are developing an index to measure subtle gender biases within the academic setting.
“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.
Two UMass Lowell students will be getting first-hand experience in national electoral politics at the 2012 presidential nominating conventions.
Junior Angelique Mugabekazi, a sociology major, received two scholarships that will enable her to return to her native Rwanda this summer to participate in a peace and conflict studies program.
Gordon Halm started his education in the shade of a tree in Winneba, Ghana, West Africa. There were no Smartboards or iPads . . . or desks. He has traveled a long way to earn his degree at UMass Lowell.
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