Please join us for the Donahue Center’s Executive Speaker Series featuring UMass Alumnus & Manning Advisory Board Member Jonathan Geanakos ‘84, an experienced C-suite executive, board member, and strategic advisor with a demonstrated history of success working in the investment management, owner/operator, investment banking, and commercial real estate brokerage sectors. His career spans 35+ years of service to the global commercial real estate industry - representing institutional and private clientele across the U.S., Canada, EMEA and Asia Pacific. The event is free, but registration is suggested.
The Rist Institute for Sustainability & Energy is excited to pilot a new indoor farmers market for the campus and surrounding community with our partner Mill City Grows for fresh produce and other Lowell-based vendors to engage our students to shop locally!
Don't miss this opportunity to meet employers representing a variety of industries during our Spring Career Fair at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 MLK Way, Lowell! 190+ employers will be seeking candidates for internships, co-ops and full-time hires.
Admitted students for fall 2023 have the opportunity to hear from the Deans, faculty, staff and current students about UMass Lowell. Tours will be available, as well as a Resource Fair with representatives from over 25 offices on campus. Lunch is provided at the end of the day for the road home.
Career Fair for students seeking full time and internships in the criminal justice and security field.
Third Annual Days of Giving will celebrate the giving participation with faculty, staff and students. There will be food, fun and giveaways for anyone who makes a gift! Give on April 11 through 13 at www.uml.edu/umlgives.
The 26th annual Student Research and Community Engagement Symposium is a university-wide event for all UMass Lowell students to share their research, service learning projects, study abroad experiences, creative works and other academic endeavors with fellow students, faculty, deans and department chairs and the extended UMass Lowell community.
The purpose of Ethics Fest is to facilitate a dynamic, high-engagement, community-building student event to raise ethics awareness and invite student participation and learning across a diverse set of ethics and social responsibility contexts. The Donahue Center Ethics Fest 2023 includes a curated collection of interactive ‘stations’ featuring engaging ethics-related content and context. Engagement stations include faculty doing ethics-related research and teaching, Donahue Fellows, campus centers or institutes, and UML offices or affiliates.