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The nationally acclaimed UMass Lowell String Project, which teaches public school students how to play classical instruments, will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a free concert for the public and campus.
Local middle-school students are teaching computers to “sing” as part of a UMass Lowell program that introduces them to the world of computer programming during after-school sessions led by university faculty and students.
UMass Lowell announced detailed plans for the new location of its satellite campus in downtown Haverhill, including expanded academic programs and a new business incubator to serve the region.
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