Career Fair Draws Record TurnoutBig changes lead to big success for Fall 2014 Career Fair, which attracts 190 companies and more than 1,500 students and alumni to Tsongas Center.
Grants Bring First Electric Car Charging Stations to CampusThanks to a pair of recent grants from the Mass. Department of Environmental Protection, four new electric vehicle charging stations will soon be installed on campus. Read More
Center Builds Relationships with Asian-American CommunityThe UMass Lowell Center for Asian American Studies is conducting research and building relationships to benefit the larger community.
Ice Hockey vs. UNH
Boston Symphony Orchestra on Campus
High-Low Tech: A Talk with Artist-in-Residence Leah Buechley
Booksigning: "Mill Power" with Author Paul Marion
Ice Hockey vs. Northeastern
(10/31/2014) Independent Fred Bahou and Democrat Rady Mom, candidates for the 18th Middlesex House seat, squared off Thursday at University Crossing in their only one-on-one debate before Tuesday's election, each staying conservative and keeping mostly vague as to what they would do in the Legislature.
(10/31/2014) Republican candidate for attorney general John Miller portrayed himself as the best candidate for the job on a brief talk at UMass Lowell Thursday because he doesn't have his eyes on any higher office.
(10/30/2014) Professor Joel Tickner at UMass Lowell has been studying the risks of chemical disaster for decades and says there are a couple of major disasters every year.
(10/31/2014) "We cannot look at an act of violence on its own and immediately declare it is terrorism or not, we have to take into account context — motivation and intent, victim, perpetrator, etc," said James Forest, professor and director of the graduate program in security studies at UMass Lowell.
(10/30/2014) UMass Lowell/7News poll mentioned in story.
(10/30/2014) The Board of Directors of Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union recently elected UMass Lowell alumni Mark E. Dionne and Joanne Yestramski to the Board of Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union. They will start their tenure in November 2014.
(10/30/2014) UMass Lowell alum Patricia Machado, Northern Essex Community College professor, will address the second gathering of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Women in Business Networking Group.
(10/31/2014) Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team opens its season at home against UMass Lowell Nov. 14.
(10/31/2014) Girls STEM Summit-North, a program of the Cape-based nonprofit organization Jr. Tech Inc., earns recognition from the governor’s office at an event at UMass Lowell on Nov. 1, when the group will be addressed by Massachusetts Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rachel Kaprielian.
(10/30/2014) James Keeley, of Hollis, was among more than 80 University of Massachusetts Lowell students who participated in the its co-op scholar program this summer.