The College of Engineering and the RAMP to Success program invites you to to join our Women's Speaker Series sessions:
This talk will focus on the many pathways Dr. Joseph has taken from childhood to the current day as a computer scientist, educator, and changemaker. She will talk about her journey as a student, how she became interested in computer science, completed a Ph.D. in computer science, and her various journeys as an educator in K-12 schools, non-profits, and colleges. She will also talk about her current crusade as CSTA (Computer Science Teachers Association) Equity Fellow championing for equity and access to CS education.
Sponsored by the Research, Academics and Mentoring Pathways (RAMP) to Success Program and the Francis College of Engineering.
The Graduate Co-op Work Experience is a 3-month to 6-month paid professional experience in an industrial setting in the private sector. To learn more about the Graduate Master's Co-op Program and instructions for applying, please join us for an Co-op Experience Information Session, hosted by the College of Engineering, Career and Co-op Services and the International Students and Scholars Office.
If interested in the program (Fall 2021), students may pre-register via a brief Graduate Master’s Co-op Option in Engineering online survey, by April 23, 2021.
The deadline to submit an application to the Graduate Co-op Program is May 28, 2021. Applicants will be informed of acceptance in July 2021.
For more information, please email: Erin_Caples@uml.edu.
If you were unable to attend on Jan. 25, the session will be recorded, and a link will be forwarded to eligible graduate students.
The Francis College of Engineering has been recognized as exemplar and with a Bronze Award for the inaugural ASEE Diversity Recognition Program.
The ASEE Diversity Recognition Program (ADRP) was created to publicly recognize those engineering and engineering technology colleges that make significant, measurable progress in increasing the diversity, inclusion, and degree attainment outcomes of their programs.
Sid Iyer has taken advantage of internships, research opportunities, the DifferenceMaker program and more to pursue his goal: a career in biomedical research and development.
Honors student Michael Doane has won several prestigious fellowships and scholarships for his cancer-related and biofuel research. He says UMass Lowell does a great job of structuring both classes and learning experiences that build on one another.
The founders of what has become a multimillion dollar premium, all-natural cookie dough and ice cream sandwich company hold degrees in engineering.
Three decades after earning his mechanical engineering degree, Wittmann Battenfeld President David Preusse is helping the university develop the next generation of innovative, highly skilled engineers.
Her experiences in the Honors College and in a college readiness program, Let’s Get Ready, helped Marilyn Saha get a job at Raytheon Technologies.
Research and community are important to Steven Jacek. Fortunately, he’s found opportunities for both on campus.