We’re celebrating women at UMass Lowell in coordination with Women’s History Month in March 2018. The greater campus community is proud to host a variety of special events that collectively celebrate and honor the academic, economic, political, cultural and social achievements of female students, alumnae, faculty and staff throughout the university’s history.
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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 at the first-ever “Women Who Mean Business” awards.
Moloney is one of seven women – and the only educator – selected for the honor because they “collectively represent the best Massachusetts offers in business acumen and savvy,” according to the Boston Business Journal, which presented the awards.
Moloney, both in her role as chancellor since 2015 and the previous eight years as executive vice chancellor, has overseen the greatest growth period in the university’s history, including a 58 percent increase in enrollment 10 years and the opening of 14 new properties, from research and academic facilities to residence halls and student centers. The university is ranked as the fifth fastest-growing public doctoral institution in the nation by The Chronicle of Higher Education and the fastest-growing in that category in New England.
UMass Lowell, which was recently ranked No. 4 among the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts and the top university on the list, delivers more than $921 million in annual positive economic impact to the region. It is educating workers for the Commonwealth’s employers through excellence in academics – U.S. News & World Report ranks UMass Lowell among the top 100 public universities in the nation – and hands-on learning including co-ops and internships.
Please take a minute to view our UMass Lowell Athletics & Student-Athletes Support International Women's Day Video and downlaod the Press For Progress Action Steps PPT
Join The Hawkettes for an evening of music, education, and empowerment where the entire university community is invited to lift up and elevate the power of women. Using conversational prompts, discussion, and performance, share insight, learn from others, and feel inspired! The 2017 special guest was Mary Lambert.
This annual program invites all women student leaders to speak with senior women administrations in small groups over a meal. Resources, successes, challenges, and ideas are shared. Attendees are selected via an application process, and space is limited.
Women student leaders are invited to network and connect with women administration and staff throughout the university to celebrate their accomplishments at the university and beyond.
The university also hosts a Professional Women's Leadership Conference.