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    Does a Common Food Additive Harm the Gut?

    Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences Assoc. Prof. Kelsey Mangano has received a three-year $496,885 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to examine whether high consumption of titanium dioxide is related to poor gut health.
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  • Michele Fox, Justin Cormier and Becky Glass

    DPT Students Crack the Hard Cases

    Doctor of physical therapy students solve complex patient cases during their final clinical rotations.
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  • Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney, Dr. Ashish Jha, and Vice Chancellor Julie Chen share the Commencement 2022 stage.

    For Class of 2022, ‘Normal’ Never Felt So Extraordinary

    UMass Lowell’s first fully in-person Commencement in three years marked a return to normalcy for the Class of 2022 — the largest in school history — and also the end of an era for Chancellor Jacquie Moloney.
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    ‘Chancellor Chen’ Greeted with Cheers from UML Community

    After 25 years of empowering UMass Lowell students and communities through education and innovation, Julie Chen was unanimously approved as the university’s next chancellor — a move that received sweeping praise from students, faculty, staff and alumni.
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    SCORE Aims to Bring Disciplines Together Through Sports

    Through a common interest in sports, the campus cluster initiative Sports Collaborative for Open Research and Education (SCORE) is bringing disciplines across UMass Lowell together.
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  • U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan, UML Chancellor Jacquie Moloney and U.S. Sen. Edward Markey hold a ceremonial check for $500,000 for the RHSA

    UMass Lowell Gets $500,000 to Support First-Gen Students

    U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan and U.S. Sen. Edward Markey visited campus to announce $500,000 in federal funding for the River Hawk Scholars Academy, which serves first-generation college students at the university.
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  • Manning School of Business honors students and faculty at an Honors College mixer

    Honors College Matches Students with Faculty Mentors

    With mixers that follow a speed-dating format, the Honors College is matching more honors students with faculty mentors for research opportunities and final honors theses and projects. The college offers $1,500 fellowships to support student researchers, who may also be paid through faculty grants.