University of Massachusetts Lowell, Epsilon Zeta Chapter

The Epsilon Zeta chapter was reactivated at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in Spring 2019. The chapter‘s history dates back to the 1960s, and we believe that an active IEEE-HKN chapter at the University can help serve the students, University, and local community.

Region 1: Northeastern USA

Section: Lowell, MA (Boston)

Founding Date: December 12, 1964

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Last Update: 07/02/2019

Lowell, MA

Lowell is a historic mill town dating back to the mid 1800s. An important center of the Industrial Revolution in the United States, Lowell has transformed into a new center of industry and innovation driven by UMass Lowell graduates of all disciplines. The Francis College of Engineering at the University is named after the renowned James B. Francis, an engineer who contributed greatly to the early development of Lowell’s mill economy and infrastructure, helping to shape the city into the one we know today.

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Our chapter has been inactive for several years now; it's about time we reactivate our chapter to recognize student excellence and give back to our Department and University

Nicholas Sacco