Priyamvada Gopal, Ph.D., reflects on her book, "Insurgent Empire: Anticolonial Resistance and British Dissent" (Verso, 2019), which shows how Britain’s enslaved and colonial subjects were active agents in their own liberation and, in doing so, shaped British ideas of freedom and emancipation back in the United Kingdom. Gopal, Ph.D., is a Professor of Postcolonial Studies at University of Cambridge, Churchill College, and author of multiple books including "The Indian English Novel" (2009) and "Literary Radicalism in India" (2005). In 2021, she was named one of the world’s top 50 thinkers by Prospect magazine.
The first of the 2022-2023 Scholar for Peace Studies speaker series honoring Indigenous people’s struggles and resistance across the world, Prof. Pinky Hota will speak on "Ecofantasy as Indigenous Erasure: Conservation and Tourism in Adivasi India." Pinky Hota is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Smith College. Her first book entitled "The Violence of Recognition: Adivasi Indigeneity and Anti-Dalitness in India" is forthcoming in 2023 with University of Pennsylvania Press. All are invited.
UML Philosophy & Film Series at the Luna Theater, Mill No. 5, presents "Night of the Living Dead" (1950) with discussion following lead by Prof. Whitley Kaufman.
The Northeast Robotics Colloquium (NERC) brings together the roboticists in the northeastern United States and Canada, in an event that is simultaneously a research meeting, a networking event, a job-fair, and a showcase for established and up-and-coming robot companies. Keynote speakers are Momotaz Begum (UNH), Berk Calli (WPI), Marc Raibert (Boston Dynamics AI Institute), Tom Ryden (MassRobotics) and Marynel Vázquez (Yale).
Don't miss this opportunity to meet employers representing a variety of industries during our Fall Career Fair at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 MLK Way, Lowell! 190+ employers will be seeking candidates for internships, co-ops and full-time hires.
Flu vaccines clinics are open to all UML community members. You must be over the age of 18 to receive a vaccination. Appointments are recommended and walk-ins are welcome.
Those wishing to be vaccinated must bring their UML ID, their insurance card to have their insurance billed, and complete a consent form to obtain information needed to bill and provide the vaccine. If you wish to pay out of pocket the fee is $29 and can be paid by cash, check, or credit card.
The Office of Sustainability is excited for the return of Fall into Recycling! Over two days, the university's specialized recycling services are made available to the campus community to recycle personal items such as electronics, documents, light bulbs, and more. UMass Lowell students, faculty, staff and alumni are welcome to take part in the event. For further event information and a list of acceptable items, visit the recylcing webpage.
Dr. Emery N. Brown, M.D., Ph.D. will be delivering the Kennedy College of Sciences Lecture on Science and Society, sponsored by Eric (’68) and Lola Chaisson. Brown’s talk, Deciphering the Dynamics of the Unconscious Brain under General Anesthesia, will share how new information from the field of neuroscience can inform our understanding of the effects of different classes of anesthesia and across patients of different ages.
Brown is the Edward Hood Taplin Professor of Medical Engineering and Computational Neuroscience at MIT; the Warren M. Zapol Professor of Anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School; and an anesthesiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
Join us for a screening of the documentary "The Chosen" with filmmaker Joseph Juhn. The documentary, "The Chosen," is about five Korean American politicians from vastly diverse backgrounds with competing political views, who ran for the U.S. Congress in 2020. David Kim is the only underdog with limited resources vying to be the first AAPI representative from the 34th Congressional District in California.
Open House is an opportunity for high school and transfer students and their families to experience campus, meet members of the university community, and engage in live chats and academic presentations. We have two Open House events in the fall that start at the UMass Lowell Tsongas Center.Register for Sunday, October 23, 2022 or November 20, 2022!
Don't miss this opportunity to meet employers in the human services and public health industries seeking candidates for internships, co-ops and full-time hires.
Featuring Engagement Stations hosted by UML faculty, departments, centers, and offices, Ethics Fest 2022 provides opportunities to strengthen learning about how ethics-related topics influence our lives and the world.
UML Philosophy & Film Series at the Luna Theater, Mill No. 5, presents "All About Eve" with discussion Lead by Prof. Christa Hodapp.
UML Philosophy & Film Series at Luna Theater, Mill No. 5, presents "Judas and the Black Messiah" with discussion lead by Blake Hereth.
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String Project presents their annual Winter Showcase. Come and experience the magic of the season at "Winter Wonder!" All of our ensembles will be performing pieces that range from orchestral classics to contemporary favorites. From our youngest students in the Prelude ensemble to seasoned players in the fabulous Lowell Youth Orchestra, this night of festive celebrations has much to offer to all ages of music lovers! Free and open to the public.
**Masks are optional, but strongly encouraged for off-campus visitors.
***Music Majors - This concert is not eligible for recital attendance credit.
Don't miss this opportunity to meet employers representing a variety of industries during our Spring Career Fair at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 MLK Way, Lowell! 190+ employers will be seeking candidates for internships, co-ops and full-time hires.
Career Fair for students seeking full time and internships in the criminal justice and security field.