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Featured Events

  • JUN
    23
    Lettuce at Lowell Summer Music Series
    7:30 PM

    For more than 25 years, Lettuce have brought a new vitality to classic funk, matching their smooth and soulful grooves with a hip-hop-inspired urgency, mastery of beat and the infectious energy of their incendiary live show at the Lowell Summer Music Series at Boardinghouse Park, 40 French St., Lowell. Tickets are $35 in advance; $40 day of show.

  • JUN
    24
    Brian Setzer's Rockabilly Riot at Lowell Summer Music Series
    7:30 PM

    Brian Setzer has been a guitar icon since his time with the band, Stray Cats. Now the three-time Grammy Award-winner brings his iconic sound to the Lowell Summer Music Series at Boardinghouse Park, 40 French St., Lowell. Tickets $49in advance; $55 day of show.

  • JUN
    26
    The Future of Human-Robot Interaction
    6:00 PM

    Emerging Technology Speaker Series: The Future of Human-Robot Interaction, Exploring UMass Lowell’s NERVE Center and the Latest in Robotics

    Location: 2 Merrimack St., 3rd Floor, Haverhill MA

    Increasing numbers of robot systems are being developed for and used in homes, businesses, education, the roads, and many other locations. This talk will discuss the future of robotics through the lens of human-robot interaction (HRI) and the work happening inside of UMass Lowell’s New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center. UML’s leading expert in robotics, Holly Yanco, NERVE Center director, will give a broad view of HRI, ranging from the design of autonomous systems to fostering trust to designing user interfaces. This event is free and open to the public.

  • JUN
    28
    Haiti Development Studies Center Workshop
    8:30 AM

    The UML’s Haiti Development Studies Center is hosting a one-day workshop to explore the progress and initiatives of students and faculty seeking to bridge the gap between technological advances for communities in underdeveloped nations. Discussions will include projects addressing the shortage of food, energy and water in impoverished regions. A coffee social will begin at 9 a.m. and lunch will be provided. RSVP to Joanne_GagnonKetchen@uml.edu or at 978-934-3750.

  • JUN
    30
    Boz Scaggs at Lowell Summer Music Series
    7:30 PM

    An accomplished vocalist and guitar player, Boz Scaggs had many hits in the '70s, including "Lido Shuffle," "Lowdown" and "Jojo." He brings his soulful sounds to the Lowell Summer Music Series at Boardinghouse Park, 40 French St., Lowell. Tickets $59 in advance; $65 day of show.

  • JUL
    13
    Big Head Todd & The Monsters at Lowell Summer Music Series
    7:30 PM

    Thirty years in, Big Head Todd & The Monsters are playing the brashest rock'n'roll of their career and they bring their music to the Lowell Summer Music Series at Boardinghouse Park, 40 French St., Lowell. Tickets $37 in advance; $40 day of show.

  • JUL
    14
    Rebirth Brass Band at Lowell Summer Music Series
    7:30 PM

    Rebirth Brass Band has been a New Orleans tradition since being formed in 1983. The Grammy-winning band has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world and now bring their sound o the Lowell Summer Music Series at Boardinghouse Park, 40 French St., Lowell. Tickets $32 in advance; $35 day of show.

  • SEP
    12
    Faculty Showcase: 2018 Mid-Term Elections
    5:30 PM

    A panel of our noted faculty members will discuss the midterm elections and how they could affect the current U.S. administration. Topics include: The issues and impact of a potential impeachment What could happen if there is Democratic control of Congress Current politics, ethical climate, and business implications Policy impacts on environmental, health, and social issues A reception with light refreshments will be held prior to the panel discussion. Cost of $15 includes a reception and a donation to support student scholarships.

  • SEP
    29
    Fall Graduate Open House
    10:00 AM

    Join us for UMass Lowell's Graduate Programs Open House. At the event, you'll have the opportunity to learn about graduate school at UMass Lowell, the application process, and have time to speak with faculty and various other campus resources. Check in begins at 9 a.m. The opening presentation begins promptly at 10 a.m. and the event will wrap up by 1 p.m.

  • OCT
    05
    "Daily Show" Host Trevor Noah at UMass Lowell
    7:00 PM

    UMass Lowell welcomes Trevor Noah, host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central and a comedian and author, to the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell. Tickets can purchased at the Student Engagement Office in University Crossing 220 or online at www.tsongascenter.com. Tickets for students with a valid UMass Lowell Student ID are $30 plus a $3 facilities fee. Tickets for the faculty, staff and the general public will cost $55 plus a $3 facilities fee.

  • OCT
    13
    Hawkey Way Pre-Game Festival
    3:00 PM

    Join us outside the Tsongas Center, right before the River Hawks face off against Rochester Institute of Technology. Admission is free. There will be live music and student performances.  Other activities include food and drinks, entertainment, student club activities, novelties and crafts, face painting, games and prizes, carnival rides, sports zone, pony rides and a beer and wine bar.

  • NOV
    02
    UMass Lowell Veterans Flag Ceremony
    9:00 AM

    Open to the public, the ceremony will feature the unfurling of an American flag measuring 36 feet by 20 feet and is also scheduled to include the presentation of the colors by UMass Lowell Air Force ROTC Detachment No. 345, along with speakers such as Chancellor Jacquie Moloney and a performance by the UMass Lowell Marching Band. More than 1,000 student-veterans are enrolled at UMass Lowell on campus and online.

  • APR
    06
    Graduate Open House
    10:00 AM

    Join us for UMass Lowell's Graduate Programs Open House. At the event, you'll have the opportunity to learn about graduate school at UMass Lowell, the application process, and have time to speak with faculty and various other campus resources. Check in begins at 9 a.m. The opening presentation begins promptly at 10 a.m. and the event will wrap up by 1 p.m.