Spring into Science:
A Celebration of Discovery, Innovation, and Education in the Sciences
The Kennedy College of Sciences invites you to participate in the 1st Annual “Spring into Science” showcase, which will highlight cutting edge research and educational opportunities within the college and from across the broader scientific community.
The colloquia, symposia, demonstrations and social events will be held between April 1 and April 12; and are open to all members of the college and campus community as well as alumni, friends of the college, and the general public.
Please note that some events may require registration.
When: Monday, April 1 – Friday, April 12, 2019
Where: Various location across campus, check individual events for specific location and time.
The Kennedy College of Sciences Lecture Series on Science and Society sponsored by Eric and Lola Chaisson
Did you know that numerous birds, insects, reptiles and aquatic animals perceive colors in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum—literally “over the rainbow?”
Free and open to the public.
For more information please email: email@example.com.
Learn More About The Over the Rainbow Event
Watch The Over the Rainbow Livestream
Join us on April 5 for a symposium commemorating the 50th anniversary of the historic first moon landing.
Presented by UMass Lowell and the JFK Library, the event will honor the legacy of the Apollo 11 mission and President John F. Kennedy’s lasting impact on science, research, engineering and space exploration.
The symposium will be moderated by Prof. Megan Donahue, president of the American Astronomical Society.
Learn More About Moonshot
April 3: Biological Sciences Colloquia
April 4: Chemistry Colloquia
April 8: EEAS Colloquia
April 8: Mathematical Sciences Colloquia
April 10: Physics
April 10: Biological Sciences -
Steven R. Williams Research Award Competition
April 12: Chemistry Colloquia
April 12: EEAS Colloquia
(in conjunction with Space Physics)