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
Admissions Fall Open House
(10/16/2014) River Hawk Homecoming – the biggest alumni event in UMass Lowell’s history – will bring the university’s graduates together with students, parents, friends and the public for a spirited weekend that will celebrate their ties to the university and each other Oct. 24-26.
(10/17/2014) "If there was a direct concern, there'd be a notification to Trinity to come to UMass Lowell and provide transport to Lowell General Hospital," said Rich Lemoine, UMass Lowell's director of environmental and emergency management.
(10/16/2014) Local companies and universities are organizing a robot “innovation hub” that includes a startup incubator, educational programs, and potentially a whole town to test self-driving cars and drone package delivery in real-world conditions. Part of the puzzle is the New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) center at UMass Lowell, which provides facilities to test the mobility of ground robots in different terrains, such as climbing steep ramps or driving through sand.
(10/16/2014) Londonderry mayor visited UMass Lowell on a recent trip to Boston.
(10/17/2014) Although it’s only one weekend into the season, these River Hawks have made it known they won’t be a team to take lightly. Last Friday, then-No. 17 UMass Lowell opened at the Tsongas Center with a 5-2 victory over then-No. 4 Boston College. Of the overflowing sold-out crowd of 7,326, the rink set a record for student attendance with 2,354.
(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.
(10/16/2014) UMass Lowell Assoc. Prof. Andre Dubus III put his faded hometown of Haverhill on the map of modern literature with his gritty memoir, “Townie.” But Dubus' native New England did not find a setting in his fiction until he published a collection of novellas, “Dirty Love,” which depicts small-city and shore-town residents in messy quests for human relationships.
(10/16/2014) Blog by UMass Lowell economist William Lazonick about stock buybacks.
(10/16/2014) Architect Emily Grandstaff-Rice projects include a health and sciences building at UMass Lowell and the Greensboro Science Center in North Carolina. She specializes in environmentally friendly design and construction.
(10/16/2014) The UMass Lowell men's soccer team battled its way to a 0-0 tie in double overtime against the University of Vermonton Wednesday evening.
(10/17/2014) As the new Shrewsbury district director of the music and drama department, Tom O’Toole can draw upon 28 years of experience as a performing arts educator. With a double major in music education and composition, he earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
(10/17/2014) Ayer Selectmen approved the appointment of town engineer, Daniel Van Schalkwyk, a 2006 graduate of UMass Lowell.
(10/16/2014) Local students named to dean's list.