September 26 - From 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Dr. Michael Tworek of Harvard will give a guest lecture in O'Leary-222 Auditorium: "Globalizing the Renaissance: Another View of Early Modern European History.” His talk will explain his research related to early modern globalization and how some early modern Polish expatriates contributed to the Republic of Letters during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This event is being sponsored by the History Department and Medieval-Renaissance Studies.
For more information, please email: Prof. Chris Carlsmith (Christopher_Carlsmith@uml.edu).
The panel is organized in conjunction with the exhibit and there was evening,
and there was morning on view at the University Gallery in Mahoney Hall through October 6th and made possible by the generosity of
the FAHHS, Office of the Provost,
and Croatian Ministry of Culture.
New Play Development Workshop with Merrimack Repertory Theatre
Meeting of the student run Economics Society
rehearsal of Theatre Arts Program production of Macbeth
Theatre Arts Program scenic building for Macbeth production
Jeffrey Gerson group meeting.
Explore the possibilities that The Washington Center (TWC) has to offer! TWC combines a D.C. based internship, academic coursework, and a weekly professional development seminar. Follow in the footsteps of more than 150 UML students who have participated in the past.
Students are able to attend during a fall or spring semester, or over the summer. Program is open to students from all academic programs and exclusive TWC apartment-style housing is available. Scholarships are available for Massachusetts residents.
A representative from The Washington Center (TWC) will facilitate the information session and provide answers to your questions about the program.
On-campus TWC liasions:
Public reading of a new play, The Haunted Life by Jack Kerouac, adapted by Sean Daniels. A collaboration of the Merrimack Repertory Theatre and UML's Theatre Arts Program.
rehearsal for Theatre Arts Program's production of Macbeth.
The Career & Co-op Center is "on the road" today! Stop by to meet a Career Services team member, learn about our services, and find out about upcoming events.
Unable to see us today? You can find us in O'Leary 105 and University Crossing 450. We have drop-in times and scheduled appointments. Learn more by visiting career.uml.edu.
Rehearsal for Theatre Arts Program's production of Macbeth.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures puts The World in Your Hands.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell offers a B.A. in World Languages and Cultures as well as several minors related to the study of various languages and/or their unique culture.
Come by to meet Professor Marie Matz and learn more about our department.
Every Tue 11am -12pm
UML welcomes the Marine Corps Brass Band! Known as one of the most energetic groups within the Marine corps band, this sometime loud, but always up-beat group is well-known for displaying their individual talents through soloing and improvisation.
Performance will be in Durgin Hall Concert Hall and it free and open to the public.
College Writing instructors will meet twice this semester to complete faculty development activities.
Constitution Day talk. Speaker Associate professor Morgan Marietta.
Tapping into a Rich Talent Pool: Employer Strategies for Reducing the Barriers to Employment for Candidates on the Autism SpectrumDescriptionSpeaker: Maureen Crawford Hentz, Vice President, Human Resources, A.W. Chesterton Company
This presentation is geared towards employers looking to hire individuals on the autism spectrum, adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum, their parents / guardians, transition specialists, and agencies who provide services to those on the autism spectrum and their families. Sponsored by UMass Lowell’s Center for Autism Research and Education and the Career & Co-op Center.
Free ParkingSalem Street/Admissions Lot (adjacent to University Crossing)220 Salem St., Lowell, MA 01854
Speaker Bio:Maureen Crawford Hentz has more than 20 years of talent acquisition, talent management & career strategy leadership experience and is currently the Vice President of Human Resources at A.W. Chesterton Company. She has led talent functions in a variety of industries, and in companies ranging from Fortune 500 to manufacturing companies to environmental non-profits.
Her expertise covers a range of career topics including millennial psychology, networking, disabilities in the workplace, business etiquette, and recruiting issues. Crawford Hentz has been quoted by The New York Times, Newsday, Elle magazine, The Boston Globe, U. S. News and World Reports and National Public Radio, among others. She is a Quintessential Careers Career Mastermind and a regular contributor to the webzine quintcareers.com. When she's not speaking about, writing about or reading about career strategy issues, she can be found critiquing job descriptions on LinkedIn for fun and giving career advice to grocery store cashiers, bank tellers and joggers going past her house.
Start of semester meet and greet for FAHSS PhD students and faculty.
sociology department meeting
Art & Design Student Advising Meeting
Political Science department meeting for October.
Spectacle Management and the Music Department present a concert by Arlo Guthrie and his son Abe, who will be joined onstage with longtime collaborators Terry “A La Berry” Hall (drums), Steve Ide (guitar, vocals) and Carol Ide (vocals, percussion) of his former acclaimed band Shenandoah. Arlo’s daughter Sarah Lee Guthrie, a lauded singer-songwriter in her own right, will open the show. Tickets range from $39-$99.
Members of the FYWP Committee meet once per month to discuss plans for future faculty development programming as well as curricular planning.
The First-Year Writing Program will host faculty from multiple departments and disciplines to share their successes, setbacks, process, and development as professional writers and researchers.
Student, faculty and staff writers at all levels are all welcome to attend this event.
Art & Design Lecture SeriesEric RosenbaumDesign for Creative Play: electronic balloons, rapping computers and beyondWednesday, October 24th from 5:30-6:30 p.m., O’Leary 222
Please join us for a presentation by Eric Rosenbaum, PhD, of the MIT Media Lab. Eric designs for creative play, was educated at Harvard and MIT, and created work that is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). The talk is free and open to the public. In addition, Eric will run a special workshop in Misha Rabinovich’s Game Design 1 course before the talk. Space is limited so please contact email@example.com if you would like to join.
Eric Rosenbaum writes that his tools are "all about bringing your imagination to life by helping you make things you care about". He loves to see how using his tools can transform people's sense of what they can make and who they can become. Eric is currently working with the Scratch Team at MIT Media Lab. He also recently worked with Google Creative Lab and NYU Music Experience Design Lab. In 2015, he completed his PhD at MIT Media Lab in the Lifelong Kindergarten group with a dissertation entitled "Explorations in Musical Tinkering." Before his time at the Media Lab, he worked at MIT Teacher Education Program, creating learning games; Concord Consortium, creating molecular dynamics simulations for kids; and Six Red Marbles, creating animations for music education. He holds a Master's in Technology in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Bachelor's in Psychology and Mind/Brain/Behavior from Harvard College. He enjoys playing the trombone with the Opposite People group.
University Orchestra, conducted by Mark Latham, presents their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
English Dept Advising Open House
This workshop is required for selected student teams competing in the FAHS Creative Venture Competition
THE DEPARTMENT OF ART & DESIGN IS PLEASED TO PRESENT A TALK WITH NICK CAPASSO, DIRECTOR OF THE FITCHBURG MUSEUM OF ART.
Each semester we invite admissions representatives from regional law schools to speak to UMass Lowell students interested in applying to law school. It is a presentation and a question-and-answer format.
Theatre Arts Program performance of MACBETH
Walt Platt directs the Studio Orchestra in a free concert in Durgin Hall.
Theatre Arts production--scenic strike
Young Min Moon is an artist and critic whose work reflects his migration across cultures and his awareness of the hybrid nature of identities forged amid the complex historical and political relationships between Asia and North America. In his paintings and text-based works Moon represents loss, mourning, and reflection on violence. He has shown his art in many exhibitions in South Korea, the U.S., and Canada. Moon has also written extensively on contemporary art in South Korea. He published a bilingual Korean-English catalogue for his curatorial project “Incongruent: Contemporary Art from South Korea,” and contributed scholarly essays to Rethinking Marxism, BOL, and the anthology Contemporary Art in Asia: A Critical Reader (MIT). He is also on the editorial board of Trans Asia Photography Review, http://tapreview.org. Recipient of 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship, Moon is Professor of Art at University of Massachusetts Amherst. http://youngminmoon.net
Join the music department for an evening of Medieval & Renaissance Music. Free and open to the public. Concert will take place at Durgin Hall downstairs in Fisher Recital Hall.
Walt Platt directs the Small Jazz Ensemble in a free concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Political Science department meeting for November.
Jeff Fischer leads the Percussion Ensemble in their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Wind Ensemble, conducted by Dan Lutz, presents their Fall concert in Durgin Hall.
The Electric Guitar Ensemble, directed by Jonathan Wheatley, presents their Fall concert in Fisher Recital Hall.
Jeff Fisher directs the Percussion Ensemble for Non-Percussionists in a concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Peter Galison and Caroline Jones discuss their upcoming book "Invisibilities."
Mixed Chamber Ensemble Concert. Josh Millard directs. Free and open to the public at Durgin Concert Hall.
Josh Millard directs the Jazz Lab Ensemble in their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Opera Workshop, directed by Janice Giampa and Elaine Smith, present their Fall production. Performance is repeated on Saturday, December 8 with alternate cast.
The Contemporary Electronic Ensemble, led by Ramon Castillo, presents their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Chuck Gabriel leads his Mixed Chamber Ensemble and World Music Ensemble, featuring Latin rhythms, in Durgin Concert Hall.
Trombone Studio Recital presents their Fall concert in Fisher Recital Hall. Directed by Hans Bohn
The University Choirs, under the direction of Jonathan Richter and Brianne Biastoff, present their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Chuck Gabriel directs the Jazz Lab Ensemble in their Fall Concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
The Concert Band, directed by Deb Huber, presents their Fall concert in Durgin Concert Hall.
Political Science department meeting for December.
Jack Kerouac's The Haunted Life: A Reading & Discussion Series
Robert Forrant, Distinguished University Professor, Co-Director, Senior Research Fellow will provide a discussion on the Portuguese Immigration to Lowell in 1960's.