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UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.

Advisory Boards

  • Lisa Abdallah, College of Health faculty advocate
  • Michael Beers, School of Business faculty advocate
  • Luis Falcon, Dean of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
  • Jessica Garb, College of Sciences faculty advocate
  • Christopher Hansen, College of Engineering faculty advocate
  • Mary Elizabeth Hooker, College of Health faculty advocate
  • Anne Maglia, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Administration and Institutional Compliance
  • Sanjeev Manohar, College of Engineering faculty advocate and MSP rep
  • Noureddine Melikechi, Dean of Sciences
  • Marlowe Miller, College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and social Sciences advocate
  • Arthur Mittler, College of Sciences faculty advocate and Faculty Senate rep
  • Laura Punnett, Chair of IAB and Professor of Biomedical Engineering
  • Lauren Turner, HR representative
  • Phitsamay Uy, College of Education faculty advocate
  • Holly Yanco, College of Sciences faculty advocate
  • Christopher Allen, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Science, Kennesaw State University; former WAVES member
  • Victoria Banyard, Professor, Rutgers School of Social Work; leader in bystander training
  • Lilia Cortina, Associate Professor, Psychology & Women's Studies, University of Michigan; Leading scholar on workplace harassment and violence vs. women, racial, and sexual minorities
  • Alice Hogan, Independent Higher Education Consultant; Inaugural Program Director, NSF ADVANCE Program
  • Samuel Mukasa, Dean of Science and Engineering (Geochemistry), University of Minnesota; Co-PI of ADVANCE-IT at UNH; Member of STRIDE, ADVANCE at University of Michigan
  • Sue Rosser, Special Advisor (Chancellor's Office), California State University; Former Vice President and Provost (Zoology), San Francisco State; Co-PI of ADVANCE-IT at Georgia Tech (1st cohort 2002); Former NSF Senior program officer for women's programs
  • Abigail Stewart, Sandra Schwartz Tangri Distinguished University Professor of Psychology & Women's Studies; University of Michigan; Founding Director of the ADVANCE Program and Institute for Research on Women and Gender