Western Education Starts with Higher EducationGreg Alexandropoulos ’14 wanted to start a band. Now he has Western Education, which is making its mark with a new recording. Read More
Gamache Named One of the World’s Top ResearchersProf. Robert Gamache of the Department of Earth, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences was named by Thomson Reuters as one of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for 2014.
UMass Lowell Serves Burgers and Guidance to Boys & Girls ClubFor the second year in a row, UMass Lowell’s Tom Ferraguto met with kids from the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell for fun and college preparation. Read More
Lowell Community Blood Drive @ Tsongas Center
GLMT Presents "Chicago, The Musical"
Howie Day & Carbon Leaf at Lowell Summer Music Series
(7/26/2014) A public-private venture plans to demolish the Woolworth building in Haverhill in September and replace it with a five-story, glass-encased building called Harbor Place. The new building is to include a satellite campus for UMass Lowell as well as a restaurant, shops and offices overlooking the river. Pentucket Bank and Haverhill Community TV are among tenants that have already signed on.
(7/28/2014) Haverhill's dream of a recreational pathway looping the Merrimack River and stretching along the downtown and Bradford sides of the waterway is on the verge of becoming reality. The rail trail opened in 2011 and now the plan is to connect it to a boardwalk on the downtown side of the river, behind the new Harbor Place.
(7/25/2014) It might seem odd that Somali terrorist group al Shabaab would arrange for women to help pay their bills. In fact, it’s more common than many Americans would expect, said Mia Bloom, a security studies professor at UMass Lowell.
(7/25/2014) William Lazonick – an economist at UMass Lowell, who has studied Apple’s business model – argues that companies such as Apple tend to lose their innovative way because they marginalise in-house visionaries in favour of shareholders.
(7/26/2014) Scott Latham, an associate professor of management, business policy and strategy at UMass Lowell who has followed the Demoulas company, comments on the situation of ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
(7/26/2014) This past weekend's Lowell Folk Festival attracted students from UMass Lowell who stayed on campus for the summer. "It seems bigger. They really stepped it up," said Kevin Desjardins, 21, a civil engineering student. He usually goes to the bars downtown, but this was an event he could not miss. "It just feels like it's full of life."
(7/25/2014) Rising UMass Lowell senior Matt Sanchez went 2-for-2 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI as the starting left fielder representing the Nashua Silver Knights as the West Division earned a 4-1 win.