Jacqueline Moloney is an innovator in higher education
As the first female leader of the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a double River Hawk, Chancellor Jacquie Moloney has ambitious plans for growth in many areas of the campus. Learn more about the strategic plan
Chancellor Connects with 4,500 Alumni
Listen to Chancellor Jacquie Moloney’s conversation with alumni that took place on Oct. 26 during the university’s first-ever Phonecast engaging more than 4,500 alumni in 45 minutes. In this engaging conversation, alumni asked questions of the chancellor as she shared her vision for the future success of UMass Lowell. Listen now.
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Lowell SunFormer state Sen. Steven Panagiotakos, hailed as a giant of a politician who never forgot his humble beginnings, was honored for his help in securing $35 million to build the Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center on UML's North Campus.
Lowell SunUMass President Marty Meehan, who has headed the five-campus system since 2015, used his first "state of the university" address Monday to call attention to rising college costs, speak out against federal policies and highlight the role UMass plays in the state, according to prepared remarks.
Insight Into DiversityAs chancellor of UMass Lowell, Jacqueline Moloney, EdD, understands that when it comes to diversity and inclusion, the best results come from being proactive.
The university has launched Making WAVES, a campuswide effort to address barriers to professional advancement for women and minority faculty in STEM fields. A five-year, $3.5 million National Science Foundation grant is supporting the research initiative.
Julie Nash, the new vice provost for student success, is charged with building a university culture that not only helps students stay on track, but achieve at higher levels.