Bread & Roses Strike Inspires New Research Two recent alumni became published researchers early in their careers after using primary resources with Prof. Robert Forrant. Read More
Walker Climbs to DifferenceMaker CrownStudents from across the campus developed business plans and prototypes in the latest round of DifferenceMaker contests. Read More
Bring Diversity to Nursing Graduates ReuniteMany of the 50 nursing students who have graduated from the Bring Diversity Nursing program are working in Lowell and Lawrence hospitals and clinics delivering culturally competent care. Read More
Women's Basketball vs. St. Francis
Winter Intersession Classes Begin
Men's Basketball vs. Binghamton
Women's Basketball vs. UMBC
Parent & Family Orientation
(12/16/2014) UMass Lowell's flourishing art department buzzes constantly with imagination and inspiration. And that creativity reaches its peak when the department's graduating seniors prepare their senior thesis projects for the biannual BFA Exhibition.
(12/17/2014) For the second time in as many months, City Council voted Tuesday to seize the same piece of downtown land by eminent domain and pay the owner $10,000. The city requires the 2,200 square-foot-piece of land at 56 to 66 Merrimack St. to aid the Harbor Place development project that is to include a satellite campus for UMass Lowell as well as a restaurant, shops and offices overlooking the Merrimack River.
(12/17/2014) The inspiration for the Coltsville National Park proposal in Connecticut comes from Lowell's National Park, of which UMass Lowell is a part.
(12/16/2014) More than 100 people, nearly all of them young kids, have been killed by Taliban militants after a massacre at a military school in Pakistan. NBC’s Katy Tur and Richard Engel report, and UMass Professor Mia Bloom also joins the conversation.
(12/17/2014) "They're seducing them with promises about how wonderful it will be," said Mia Bloom, a professor of security studies at the UMass Lowell.
(12/16/2014) According to the prospectus for an new innovation academy, the Academy for Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship hopes to develop partnerships with UMass Lowell, among others, to accelerate learning “in the business content areas with a focus on real world problem solving.”
(12/17/2014) According to research by Professor William Lazonick of UMass Lowell, between 2003 and 2012 the chief executives of the 10 companies that repurchased the most stock (totaling $859 billion) received 58 percent of their total pay in stock options or stock awards.
(12/17/2014) In his first full week as interim principal of Andover High School, Steven Murray was impressed by what he saw, grateful for the warm welcome and excited for the future. Murray earned his Master of Education in administration from UMass Lowell.