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Featured Events

  • FEB
    21
    eNable Lowell Fundraiser
    5:30 PM

    eNable Lowell, a student-run organization at UML that designs and manufactures 3D-printed prosthetic hands and assistive devices for local children and children in Third World nations, is holding its second annual fundraising event at 6 p.m. The event will include live music, comedy, light hors d’hoeuvres, raffles and silent auction. Cost is $35 per person (Discounts on parties of 10 or more can be arranged).  Information and tickets can be found by emailing eNable Lowell at Team@eNableLowell.com or by calling Craig Kelly at 781-879-0181.

  • FEB
    21
    Men's Basketball vs. Maine
    7:00 PM

    Senior Night: Help us salute the graduating senior class in their final home regular season game at the Tsongas Center.

    Winter Hate Giveaway: The first 1,000 fans will receive a River Hawks Winter Hat Beanie, courtesy of ACE!

    Rowdy's Art Contest: Students from across the Merrimack Valley can submit Rowdy are pieces.  We will be showcasing them at the game and winners will be recognized throughout the night!  Want to take part? Contact: connor_coakley@uml.edu.

  • FEB
    22
    Women's Basketball vs. New Hampshire
    7:00 PM

    Senior Night: Help us salute the graduating senior class in their final home regular season game at the Tsongas Center.

    Play For Kay: Join us in the search for a cure and raising awareness for Breast Cancer in the annual Play for Kay game.

    Food Giveaway: The first 100 students won't be going home hungry - it's a free student food night.

  • FEB
    22
    Shadow Day Faculty/Student Concert
    8:00 PM

    "Join In!" This concert will feature collaborations between faculty and students as part of the department's Shadow Day. Free and open to the public. Learn more about Music Shadow Day on the Music website.

  • FEB
    24
    Ice Hockey vs. Merrimack
    7:00 PM

    Senior Night: Join us in celebrating the careers of this year's graduating class as we fight our playoff seeding.

  • FEB
    25
    Women's Basketball vs. UMBC
    1:00 PM

    Water Bottle Giveaway: The first 250 students will receive a River Hawks water bottle (bike friendly!)!

  • MAR
    01
    Comley-Lane 10th Anniversary Celebration
    5:30 PM

    Bonnie Comley ’81 and Stewart Lane will be back on-campus for a reception and BroadwayHD screening of the wildly inventive musical adventure, “Ernest Shackleton Loves Me.” Founded by Comley and Lane, BroadwayHD is the only service featuring live-stream Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Enjoy a VIP reception at 5:30 p.m. with these world-famous producers, writers and directors, and then the show at 7:15 p.m.  Cost, which includes a donation to the Comley-Lane Endowment Fund, is $75 for the reception and screening, or $10 for screening only. Students, email alumni_office@uml.edu for your free ticket. Questions? Call 978-934-3140.  

  • MAR
    01
    Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition
    8:00 PM

    Dan Lutz conducts the Wind Ensemble, comprised of some of the finest musicians at the University. The concert will feature the winning soloists of the Annual Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition along with other works for wind band by Darius Milhaud, Samuel Adler, and John Williams. Free and open to the public.

  • MAR
    08
    Symposium on Teaching and Learning
    4:00 PM

    Please join UMass Lowell’s College of Education at its annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning as speakers address
    the theme of social justice in teaching and learning. In addition to several breakout sessions, the event will feature keynote speaker Bettina L. Love, an award-winning author and associate professor of educational theory and practice at the University of Georgia. Love’s research explores the ways in which urban youth negotiate hip-hop music and culture to form social, cultural and political identities — and how that informs new ways of thinking about urban education.

  • MAR
    15
    IoT: Enabling Technologies & Emerging Trends Forum
    8:00 AM

    Join The Internet of Things: Enabling Technologies & Emerging Trends interdisciplinary forum of academic, government and industry leaders and researchers in an exploration of the technology needs that will be critical in the advancement and application of IoT. With a focus on technologies such as sensors and flexible electronics, materials and manufacturing processes, experts from companies including Amazon, Verizon, and International Data Corporation (IDC) will discuss emerging trends and challenges across several industry market sectors.

  • MAR
    29
    University Professor Lecture with Joey Mead
    4:00 PM

    Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney and Provost Michael Vayda invite you to the 2018 Distinguished University Professor Lecture "Nano-enabled: How Nanomanufacturing enables research and collaboration" presented by this year’s University Professor Joey Mead. Mead serves as David and Frances Pernick Nanotechnology Professor in the Department of Plastics Engineering at UMass Lowell, as well as director of the Nanomanufacturing Center, and was the Deputy Director of the NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing. She has more than 200 published research papers - more than 50 of them in peer- reviewed journals.

  • APR
    07
    Hawkettes Acappella Concert
    7:00 PM

    The Hawkettes were founded in the spring of 2014 and the group consists of music majors and non-music majors alike. They perform covers of songs ranging from the '80s and '90s to songs currently on the radio. The all-female group primarily performs arrangements by members of the group and they are taught by the arrangers themselves. Free and open to the public.

  • APR
    08
    Spring Graduate Open House
    10:00 AM

    Join us for UMass Lowell's Graduate Programs Open House. At the event, you'll have the opportunity to learn about graduate school at UMass Lowell, the application process, and have time to speak with faculty and various other campus resources. Check in begins at 9 a.m. The opening presentation begins promptly at 10 a.m. and the event will wrap up by 1 p.m.

  • APR
    12
    String Project Spring Showcase
    7:00 PM

    The UMass Lowell String Project is a vanguard music education and community engagement initiative housed in the Department of Music that provides music instruction to K-12 students from the Merrimack Valley. While learning to play string instruments, students discover how music can build positive relationships with their peers and within the community. Please join us for their Spring Showcase concert. Free and open to the public!

  • APR
    26
    University Alumni Awards
    5:30 PM

    UMass Lowell will be rolling out the “blue” carpet to honor seven alumni who are stars in their professions, their communities and in service to our university. Among our many prominent alumni, a recipient from each school and college, as well as a recent graduate will be recognized. Please join us for this exciting reception, dinner and awards ceremony. Tickets: $75 per person; Table of eight: $500; Young alumni (graduates 2007-2017): $35 per person. A portion of your ticket fee is tax-deductible and will benefit student scholarships.

  • MAY
    19
    Commencement 2018
    9:00 AM

    Commencement 2018 will take place at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Saturday, May 19, and will be broken into two ceremonies. The morning ceremony will be for the Francis College of Engineering; the Kennedy College of Sciences; the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences; and Intercampus Programs. The afternoon ceremony will be for: the Manning School of Business; the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; and the College of Education.

  • JAN
    29
    8th Annual MLK Awards & Dinner
    5:00 PM

    Each year, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Distinguished Service Awards are presented to University of Massachusetts Lowell faculty, staff, and students, and to community members of the City of Lowell during the annual MLK Dinner.

    These awards honor the contributions of individuals who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to social change, service and community engagement. Nominees should exemplify the dream, vision, and work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    RSVP by Jan. 22, 2019 to multicultural_affairs@uml.edu 

  • JAN
    30
    8th Annual MLK Awards & Dinner
    5:00 PM

    Each year, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Distinguished Service Awards are presented to University of Massachusetts Lowell faculty, staff, and students, and to community members of the City of Lowell during the annual MLK Dinner.

    These awards honor the contributions of individuals who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to social change, service and community engagement. Nominees should exemplify the dream, vision, and work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    RSVP by Jan. 22, 2019 to multicultural_affairs@uml.edu