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JAN
28
6:00 PM

4th Annual MLK Celebration Dinner


MLK Celebration Dinner with keynote speaker J. Keith Motley, chancellor of UMass Boston. RSVP for dinner is required by Jan. 9 to Multicultural_Affairs@uml.edu.
JAN
29
3:00 PM

Artist's Talk with Sean Downey: MARS


The UMass Lowell Art Department is pleased to present an exhibit of recent paintings and sculptures by Sean Downey: MARS. The exhibition will be on view in the University Gallery from Jan. 22 - Feb. 20. All are welcome to a talk and reception with the artist on Thursday, Jan. 29. The talk will begin at 3 p.m. in the O'Leary Library, Room 222. The reception will follow at 4:15 p.m. in the University Gallery. University Gallery is located in Mahoney Hall on 870 Broadway St., Lowell.
JAN
29
6:00 PM

2015 Kickoff and Idea Hack


Please join us for our spring 2015 DifferenceMaker Kickoff Event and Hackathon! You will learn more about DifferenceMaker and the $35K Idea Challenge; meet faculty and staff that can help you further your idea and make it a reality; build a team with other students; share your ideas and meet new people through an interactive Hackthon activity; and eat, mingle and have fun. Please email DifferenceMaker@uml.edu with questions.
FEB
08
6:00 PM

3rd Annual Hot Stove Baseball Dinner


Head coach Ken Harring and the UMass Lowell baseball team have announced the third annual hot stove dinner and auction which will be held at Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut.The event will leadoff with a cocktail hour and silent auction. The evening includes dinner, a speaking program, a live auction, videos and awards. All proceeds raised from the event will be used to support the River Hawk baseball program, the 2014 Shedd Park Little League Cooperstown Team and the Adam Keenan Scholarship Fund. The Shedd Park Cooperstown Baseball team will be honored during the evening's festivities. State Rep. Tom Golden will act as the Master of Ceremonies while speakers include UMass Lowell Director of Athletics Dana Skinner and Coach Harring. Tickets can be purchased for $90 per person or $750 for a table at www.uml.edu/hotstove. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, contact Harring at 978-934-2344.
FEB
25
5:00 PM

Dine & Dress for Success


Dine & Dress for Success, dinner and business etiquette presentation for students. Preregistration is required and $10 holding fee required (returned at event). Register in person in the Career & Co-op Center, 450 University Crossing. Event runs from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Snow date March 4, 2015.
FEB
28
7:00 PM

You Gotta Love the Life: An Evening With Melissa Manchester


You Gotta Love the Life: An Evening With Grammy Winner Melissa Manchester. She's studied songwriting with Paul Simon, was discovered by Barry Manilow and has written many of pop music's enduring hits. "You Gotta Love the Life ¿ An Evening with Melissa Manchester" will celebrate the Grammy winner's 40 years in show business while raising funds for the Joyce Pang String Scholarship Fund for the UMass Lowell String Project. Youth ensembles and choral groups will also join Manchester on stage in a tribute to Pang. Tickets are $125 for the concert and VIP champagne reception with Manchester after the show where she will be available to autograph "You Gotta Love the Life," her 20th and first full-length album in nine years; $35 for the public; $15 for UMass Lowell students with valid ID (in person at the Tsongas Center Box Office). Prices do not include applicable fees.
MAY
16
8:00 AM

University Commencement Day


The Morning Graduation Ceremony for students in the College of Fine Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Health Sciences and the Graduate School of Education will be held beginning at 9 a.m. Doors open at 8 a.m. The Afternoon Graduation Ceremony for students in the College of Engineering, College of Sciences, the Manning School of Business and students in Intercampus Programs will be held at 2:30 p.m. Both ceremonies will be held at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Lowell.