Today@UMass Lowell
Sept. 02, 2014

Revamped Campus Greets Students
Students arriving for the start of a new academic year will find a campus transformed, with the opening of University Crossing, renovated residence halls, refreshed classrooms and more. Read More

University Crossing is at the heart of the campus transformation.

Health Sciences Undergrads Research Real Problems
Health Sciences undergraduate students gain real-world research experience through the university’s Co-op Scholar program. Read More

Exercise Physiology major Caroline Stark dons a motion detector suit with sensors that measures body motion.

Co-op Scholars Spend Summer Working, Learning
More than 100 rising sophomores participated in the Co-op Scholar Program this summer, working in labs, conducting research and getting professional experience. Read More

Jaclyn Solimine, a mechanical engineering major, researched methods for detecting damage in wind turbines as part of the Co-op Scholar program, which is offered to high-achieving students.