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 Addresses Members of the True Blue Society
Listen to the recording of the conversation Chancellor Jacquie Moloney had with members of the True Blue Society. More than 400 alumni, parents and friends were part of the discussion about the success of the campus. Listen now.
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Tawakkol Karman, the first Arab woman, the first person from Yemen and the second Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, was on campus to deliver the keynote address at the university’s 23rd annual Day Without Violence. She is UML’s 2018 Greeley Scholar for Peace Studies.
Lowell SunWhile women across the country continue to run for office in record numbers and coalesce into powerful social movements, local female leaders kicked off the annual Lowell Women's Week by praising those fighting for change.As Chancellor Jacquie Moloney put it: "Women are going to save the world."
From providing financial literacy workshops to improving advising, the Student Government Association advocates for student interests – and works with the chancellor and her team to implement solutions.
UMass Lowell announced the recipients of this year’s 2020 Community Impact Grants, members of the university and Greater Lowell communities who are leading projects that support the goals of the "UMass Lowell 2020" strategic plan.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacquie Moloney, the first woman to lead her alma mater, where she has instilled an entrepreneurial approach in academics and operations, was honored today at the first-ever “Women Who Mean Business” awards.