UMass Lowell- RESD Welcomes Largest Class in HistoryThe significant community partnerships and international activities of professors and students in the Regional, Economic and Social Development Department (RESD) over the past 10 years will continue, thanks to the largest incoming graduate student class in the program's history.
"Twenty-four new and returning students have received grant money secured by faculty members, allowing a rich pool of committed and diverse scholars the opportunity to build on our important community engagement efforts," says Department Chair John Wooding. In all, 32 students were accepted into the program, including representatives from Ghana, Israel, Burma, China, Turkey and Zambia. More...
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