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    Doing Well by Doing Good

    Ethics 101: Higher education’s role in creating a more socially responsible and sustainable world
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  • Chancellor Jacquie Moloney holds the hand of theatre arts student Lucas Bermudez, as philanthropist Nancy L. Donahue and theatre arts students Raphaela Pereira and Cristian Ramos Delgado look on

    Nancy L. Donahue Celebrates the Arts with $2 Million Gift

    This year, the Nancy L. Donahue Celebration of the Arts celebrated the Lowell philanthropist’s $2 million donation to renovate Durgin Concert Hall. It is only her latest gift to the university.
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  • A woman speaks into a mic she's holding while a student looks on

    Bigelow CEO Spills the Tea on Leadership with Students

    Cindi Bigelow, third-generation president and CEO of family-owned Bigelow Tea, shared leadership lessons and inspired students to bring out the best in others during a talk at University Crossing.
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  • A man in a face covering hands a small blue sticker to a student, who is holding open a small booklet

    Students Explore the Gray Areas at ‘Ethics Fest’

    More than 250 students were challenged to think about ethics and social responsibility in new ways at UMass Lowell’s first annual Ethics Fest, hosted by the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility.
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    Business Students Examine Ethics of Contact Tracing

    Manning School of Business students Thomas Stranberg, Prabakar Adithya and Yuvraj Aurora recently competed in an ethics case competition hosted by Providence College in preparation for April’s virtual International Business Ethics Case Competition.
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  • Business dean Sandra Richtermeyer speaks in front of Donahue Center logo

    Donahue Center Supports Faculty Research with 3 New Grants

    Five Manning School of Business faculty members and one Ph.D. student received research grants from the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility for summer-fall 2020.
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  • Elysé Masandi speaks during the Zoom panel discussion

    Business Students Speak Up on Social, Racial Inequality

    Student leaders from the Manning School of Business hosted “Lifting Our Voices,” a virtual panel discussion on issues impacting social justice and racial equality. The discussion is part of a broader university-wide effort to combat racial injustice.
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  • Chris Laszlo shakes hands with a student after signing his book

    What Does Quantum Physics Have to Do with Business?

    More than 100 students learned how quantum leadership can create flourishing businesses during author and professor Chris Laszlo’s visit to campus for the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
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  • Chancellor Jacquie Moloney greets students at the UMass Club

    ‘Support the Other Women Around You’

    Students from Manning Women in Business and the Society of Women Engineers learned how the tech industry is addressing diversity issues in a panel discussion hosted by the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility at the UMass Club in Boston.
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  • Students laugh during Corey Ciocchetti's talk

    ‘Being a Good Person Matters’

    Nearly 300 students participated in a discussion on “Authentic Success, Living an Ethical Life” with motivational speaker and University of Denver Assoc. Prof. Corey Ciocchetti, an event hosted by the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility.
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  • Students listen to Raj Sisodia's guest lecture

    Can Business Heal the World?

    The Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility welcomed Raj Sisodia, co-founder of the “Conscious Capitalism” movement, for a Distinguished Speaker Series discussion on how business can become the primary agent for healing communities and the world.
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  • Nursing students Kelly Tanner, Sharon Nabulime and Mamawa Sannoh at the Student Research & Community Engagement Symposium

    Symposium Showcases Student Research and Community Projects

    More than 280 students finished the academic year by presenting their work at the annual Student Research & Community Engagement Symposium. Many of the students’ research projects aimed to solve or engage real-world problems, from public health to violent crime.
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  • A woman makes a donation in a Salvation Army kettle while volunteer bell ringers look on

    Business Professor Researches Tech’s Impact on Charitable Giving

    With mobile payment apps like Venmo and PayPal becoming mainstream, Spencer Ross, assistant professor of marketing, entrepreneurship and innovation in the Manning School of Business, is researching what a cashless society means to people and organizations that depend on cash donations.
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  • Student Meaghan O’Brien stands in front of her research poster

    Ethically Speaking, Donahue Center Develops Strong Voice

    The Donahue Center for Business Ethics & Social Responsibility hit the ground running in its first year, expanding ethics-related education and research to students and faculty across the university.
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  • Marjorie Yang talks to students and faculty at the Saab ETIC Perry Atrium

    Extended Family: UML Welcomes Textile Scion to Campus

    Marjorie Yang, chair of the $1 billion Hong Kong-based textile company Esquel Group, visited campus and talked to students about sustainability and social responsibility. Her father, Y.L. Yang, earned a master of science in textile chemistry from the Lowell Textile Institute in 1948.
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  • The grad students on the case competition team with Assoc. Prof. Julie Zhang

    MBA, MSBA Students Team Up at Case Competition

    A team of MBA and MSBA students represented the Manning School of Business at the Net Impact MBA sustainability case competition in Connecticut.
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  • Manning faculty Elisa Magnant and Brooke Hargreaves-Heald discuss sexual harassment

    Business Students Address Sexual Harassment in Workplace

    Eighty students attended a seminar on sexual harassment and workplace conduct hosted by three Manning School of Business student organizations: the Management Society, Manning Women in Business and Beta Gamma Sigma.
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  • Jen Percival chats with a student in the dean's office

    Business School’s New Associate Dean Takes Interdisciplinary Approach

    One of Jennifer Percival’s first initiatives this year as the new associate dean of the Manning School of Business has been to coordinate a call for mini research grants for interdisciplinary projects between faculty from the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences and the Manning School.
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  • Julie Chen and Jacquie Moloney chat with Ted Leonsis

    Market Basket Documentary Offers Lessons in Business Ethics

    The university’s new Richard and Nancy Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility hosted a community screening of “We the People: The Market Basket Effect,” a documentary film co-produced by entrepreneur and former UML student Ted Leonsis, owner of teams in the NBA and NHL.
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  • Manning School students in front of their new building

    ‘Market Basket Effect’ Producers to Talk about Making of Film at Event

    Producers Nick Buzzell and Ted Leonsis will share the behind-the-scenes story of the making of the documentary “We the People: The Market Basket Effect,” which chronicles how a six-week boycott of the grocery chain by thousands of employees and millions of customers in 2014 successfully led to the reinstatement of fired CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. 
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  • Lobby of Pulichino Tong Business Center at UMass Lowell showing stock ticker

    UMass Lowell Takes Care of Business

    The Pulichino Tong Business Center, home of the Manning School of Business, includes a first-floor trading room as s a centerpiece of the $47 million structure.
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