Highly effective seminars and hands-on workshops held several times throughout the year

About the Seminars

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The Plastics Seminars and Workshops at the University of Massachusetts Lowell are highly respected throughout the plastics industry as a proven method of gaining both theoretical and practical information. Offered by the Division of Online and Continuing Education and the Department of Plastics Engineering for the past 30 years, these seminars and workshops provide effective technical instruction applicable to plastics materials, processes, design and quality control.

Who Should Attend

These seminars are designed for technical and non-technical audiences, including manufacturers, suppliers and end-users. Professionals in the areas of production, engineering, design, packaging, management, purchasing and marketing can benefit from the programs in this series. More specifically, the appropriate audience for each seminar can be determined from the seminar descriptions.

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About the University

UMass Lowell offers degree programs at all levels through the doctorate, and is one of New England’s largest public educators in the areas of engineering and science. The university has a well-established tradition of providing highly trained, innovative professionals for the high-tech industry. As a comprehensive, research-driven center for professional education, UMass Lowell maintains a faculty that is sensitive to the practical needs of industry and contributes substantially to the region’s economic development. The university’s Division of Online and Continuing Education is one of the region’s largest providers of professional education and training, offering part-time credit and noncredit courses on campus, online, and onsite at corporate facilities worldwide.