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Delivering Real-World Experiences

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Marbella Leal

An Honors College student fellowship gave Marbella Leal a chance to work with at-risk students and do research with a professor.

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Kate Killion
Public Health – Dietetics

Kate Killion came to UML because it’s the only university in New England that offers a dietetics degree with a public health perspective.

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Diane Mahoney

In her career of nearly 50 years, Diane Mahoney has cared for patients in hospitals and in homes, developed training programs for hospital personnel and families, taught college students and received millions of dollars in grant funding to conduct research.

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Sandra Ocampo
Master of Public Health, Dietetics

Sandra Ocampo switched her career from investment management to dietetics.

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Health Sciences News

  • From left, Honors College students Kylie Encarnacao, business, Anna Barta, biochemistry, and Nicole Karp, business, attended a welcome event for new transfer students in the Transfer Alliance Program

    Transfer Alliance Program Supports New Transfer Students

    A new program aims to support transfer students so they can hit the ground running during their first semester at UML. The Transfer Alliance Program employs peer allies who are also transfer students.
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  • Lawreta Kankan with counselors Danny Tran, Keanna Bouthsarath and Sierra Goodwin

    Learning is Social: New Program Sets Health Sciences Students up for Success

    The Zuckerberg: Ready, Set, Go! program hosted 20 first-year health sciences majors arrived on campus a week before classes start for social activities, community service and educational and cultural activities to help them get acclimated to campus and the city of Lowell.
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  • A woman with short hair and glasses smiles while speaking at a podium

    ‘You Belong Here': UML Welcomes New Faces to Campus

    UMass Lowell welcomed approximately 2,700 first-year and transfer students to campus during Convocation at the Tsongas Center, where Chancellor Julie Chen highlighted a new initiative around paid, career-connected experiences.
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