• RadSci sculpture Steve Snay

    Science Meets Art with Radiation-Themed Sculpture Contest

    In partnership with the Radiation Safety Office, Radiological Sciences in the Department of Physics and Applied Physics and Art & Design Assoc. Prof. Yuko Oda’s Sculpture III class, students competed in a radiation-themed sculpture contest.
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  • Radiation Assessments, Decontamination, Half-Life, and UV florescence off the HazMat suit.

    UML Prepares EPA through Immersive Training Exercise

    The Environmental Protection Agency assembled in and around the UMass Lowell's Reactor building for an immersive and experiential training exercise on May 16, 2023.
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  • UML art major Urdilinya Smith helps paint a mural on South Campus

    New Campus Murals Are Part of Citywide Arts Collaboration

    When students arrived back on campus, they were greeted by two colorful murals: a “chrome” hermit crab by internationally known artist “Bikismo” and six endangered species painted by New England muralist Sophy Tuttle. The murals were sponsored by ArtUp Lowell, a citywide coalition that brought nine muralists to the city in August.
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  • Two men stand next to research equipment and a radiation area caution sign

    Radiation Safety Program Earns Brand-New International Accolade

    UMass Lowell has been recognized with the first Outstanding Radiation Safety Program award by the Health Physics Society, an international nonprofit organization of more than 5,000 scientists, physicians, engineers and other professionals.