Dream big and work hard. That's the River Hawk way. UMass Lowell students pursue their passion for learning in the classroom and beyond. They are each unique but are united in their drive to make a difference. Here are some of their stories.
Melanie Carignan is so enthusiastic about the undergraduate education major that she volunteered to be the College of Education’s first alumni ambassador.
For Jacob Gomes '13, playing rugby in his sophomore year was the turning point that changed his life.
Daniel utilized the services of the Career & Co-op Center frequently and found the experiences quite useful. Currently, he is a Manufacturing Associate at Lonza Biologics.
Michelle Garcia, a rising spoken word poet, is also learning how to write poetry for the page.
Because of the Career & Co-op Center… I was able to effectively prepare myself academically as well as professionally and learn key skills to build a strong foundation for myself.
Manning School of Business MBA student Daniel Parravano began working as a real estate agent as an undergraduate to help pay his way through school. Now he is ready to make his mark in the world of commercial real estate.
Through a co-op with the Information Technology Office, computer science major Julio Hernandez leveraged CRM experience to build a line queue management system for the Solution Center.
Alex DiBuono turned his own experience with chemotherapy into an honors capstone project in electrical engineering.