Honors Student Receives $4,000 Research Co-op
Jeremy Poulin, a first year UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors student and 2011 graduate of Alvirne High School in Hudson, NH, has received a $4,000 research co-op. Jeremy is a computer science major and this summer he will be working as an Android developer on the iSense team under the direction of Dr. Fred Martin. The UMass Lowell research co-op program provides research funding for exceptional students to work in campus labs over the summer and in the sophomore year provided they maintain a solid academic record. Jeremy's current GPA is 4.0. As a member of the UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors Program he has chosen to pursue a course of academic excellence culminating in an undergraduate research thesis in his senior year. "Jeremy was a top student in his first computer science class he took last semester.", said Professor Jim Canning. "He was an active learner and a pleasure to have in class."