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Diversity Events

  • AUG
    30

    Multicultural Affairs and Intramural Sports Program are hosting a basketball and soccer event for opening week to welcome international students.

    7:00 PM
  • SEP
    05

    During the academic year, DC Cap scholars participate in Thursday night Leadership & Development dinners and Saturday morning Academy Workshops. The dinners and workshops are designed to enhance and further support the progression of the scholars' academic endeavors and college ecperience.

    5:00 PM
  • SEP
    15

    Sundae social cohost with Gospel Choir

    12:00 PM
  • SEP
    21

    During the academic year, DC Cap scholars participate in Thursday night Leadership & Development dinners and Saturday morning Academy Workshops. The dinners and workshops are designed to enhance and further support the progression of the scholars' academic endeavors and college ecperience.

    9:00 AM
  • SEP
    25

    Student Alumni event for Latino Heritage Month 

    6:00 PM
  • OCT
    02

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • OCT
    05

    The Medical Profession Admission Gap Initiative and Collaboration (MAGIC) program is an inspired effort to enhance the success rate of students who aspire to become healthcare professionals and scientific researchers. This endeavor demonstrates Professor Khalilah Reddie's commitment to helping students achieve their goals through elevating academic performance and guiding early career development. 

    The MAGIC program is supported by the Office of the Provost, Office for Pre-Health Advising, College Based Advising Office, and Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information about the MAGIC program, please email MAGIC@uml.edu.

    9:00 AM
  • OCT
    10

    BSU Mental Health Forum Cohost with ASAO, LASA, HASA

    6:00 PM
  • NOV
    02

    Black Business Expo Hosted by Black Students Union (BSU)

    12:00 PM
  • NOV
    04

    Student Alumni Social sponsored by the Offices of Multicultural Affairs and Alumni Relations

    6:00 PM
  • NOV
    06

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • NOV
    16

    The Medical Profession Admission Gap Initiative and Collaboration (MAGIC) program is an inspired effort to enhance the success rate of students who aspire to become healthcare professionals and scientific researchers. This endeavor demonstrates Professor Khalilah Reddie's commitment to helping students achieve their goals through elevating academic performance and guiding early career development. 

    The MAGIC program is supported by the Office of the Provost, Office for Pre-Health Advising, College Based Advising Office, and Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information about the MAGIC program, please email MAGIC@uml.edu.

    9:00 AM
  • NOV
    21

    During the academic year, DC Cap scholars participate in Thursday night Leadership & Development dinners and Saturday morning Academy Workshops. The dinners and workshops are designed to enhance and further support the progression of the scholars' academic endeavors and college ecperience.

    5:00 PM
  • NOV
    22

    Annual Cultural Festival during international education week! Enjoy cultural club tables and performances. Free to everyone!

    5:00 PM
  • NOV
    23

    Come celebrate with the UMass Lowell Gospel Choir as they lift up songs of rejoicing in an engaging, cultural, "can't stay in your seat" kind of concert.

    6:00 PM
  • DEC
    04

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • JAN
    30

    Celebrating MLK Week in Collaboration with Human Resources' Employee Resource Groups (ERG).

    3:00 PM
  • FEB
    05

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • FEB
    28

    The DPE program and training offers students of many academic disciples, cultures, backgrounds, and interests an increased leadership credential in multicultural education. Participants engage in an immersive process on the foundations of multiculturalism, cultural competency, and social justice work, as well as the application of learned skills to daily life experiences.

    The DPE program provides an opportunity for students to become active participants in ally-ship and to become part of a community of learners that support understanding, respect, and appreciation for all people.

    DPE 1.0:
    Multiculturalism and Cultural Competency: The Foundations

    2:00 PM
  • FEB
    29

    The DPE program and training offers students of many academic disciples, cultures, backgrounds, and interests an increased leadership credential in multicultural education. Participants engage in an immersive process on the foundations of multiculturalism, cultural competency, and social justice work, as well as the application of learned skills to daily life experiences.

    The DPE program provides an opportunity for students to become active participants in ally-ship and to become part of a community of learners that support understanding, respect, and appreciation for all people.

    DPE 2.0:
    Multiculturalism into Action: Effective Allyship and Social Justice Work

    10:00 AM
  • MAR
    04

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • MAR
    05

    Office of Multicultural Affairs
    3rd Annual Tea Around the World

    Join us for a social networking session over tea from different countries and communities. UML departments, student groups & Lowell community organizations will share experiences and information highlighting the history and cultural importance of tea, allowing them to create an inclusive and welcoming environment.


    Thursday, March 5, 2020
    3:00 - 5:00 pm

    Hors d'oeuvres and tea will be served. 
    Hats are optional.

    RSVP at Multicultural_Affairs@uml.edu by February 27

    3:00 PM
  • MAR
    05

    During the academic year, DC Cap scholars participate in Thursday night Leadership & Development dinners and Saturday morning Academy Workshops. The dinners and workshops are designed to enhance and further support the progression of the scholars' academic endeavors and college ecperience.

    5:00 PM
  • APR
    01

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will highlight a different Invisible Identity each month.  

    Earlier topics have included: Students with Disabilities, Food Insecure & Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Mental Health & Trauma, Student-Athletes, Student-Veterans, to name a few.  

    5:00 PM
  • APR
    29

    Office of Multicultural Affairs Senior Send-off for the 
    Graduating Class of 2020!

    Celebrating all graduating Seniors, especially who has been a Diversity Peer Educators (DPE), participated in OMA clubs and programs, or have worked for OMA in any capacity. Co-hosted by Alumni Resources.

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020.
    12-2 pm @ Moloney Hall (A Side)
    Lunch will be served.

    RSVP at Multicultural_Affairs@uml.edu by Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

    12:00 PM