The Richard A. Miner School of Computer & Information Sciences offers degree programs leading to bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees that blend applied and theoretical aspects of computation, including a minor in robotics and options in bioinformatics

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  • Abdullah Abou Mahmoud
    Computer Science

    An internship with Microsoft turned into a full-time job offer for computer science major Abdullah Abou Mahmoud.

  • Vanessa Chen
    Computer Science

    Vanessa Chen likes computer science because it’s both logical and creative.

  • Ariana Brown
    Computer Science

    SoarCS, a summer program for incoming computer science majors, helped shape Ariana Brown’s college experience.

  • Garima Jain
    Computer Science

    Garima Jain transferred from J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA in her hometown of Faridabad, India, to UMass Lowell, where she has gained research and internship experiences.

  • Adam Norton
    Graphic Design

    Adam Norton’s experience at the UMass Lowell robotics lab and Revolving Museum allowed him to work with iRobot on educational school visits to get the next generation hooked on robotics.

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    How to Enjoy Spring Break — Without Breaking the Bank New

    UMass Lowell alumni Louis Cirignano ’20, Khyteang Lim ’16, ’18 and Tatiana Tompkins ’21 are helping people save for vacations and other major purchases with their FAM Social Finance app.
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    Sports Engineering Minor Hits the Sweet Spot

    A new minor in sports engineering offers practical experience and a well-rounded approach. It’s the first such program for undergraduates in the U.S.
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  • Miner symposium Noureddine Melikechi, Adam Norton

    Teamwork Plays Integral Part in Computer Science

    During the first Miner School Research Symposium, professors presented their projects, NERVE Center Assoc. Director Adam Norton received the commonwealth’s 2023 Citation for Outstanding Performance and Android co-founder Rich Miner offered advice to students.
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    New Robotics Lab Takes Research to Another Level

    The completion of the new Lowell Advanced Robotics Initiative Laboratory at Southwick Hall and the start of the Durgin Concert Hall renovation highlighted a busy summer of work around campus for Facilities Management.