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  • FEB
    22
    Morehshin Allahyari: Solid State Mythologies
    4:30 PM

    The UMass Lowell Department of Art & Design is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Morehshin Allahyari. Solid State Mythologies will be open through Feb. 28, 2017. Allahyari will present a lecture to the public today. A reception will follow from 6-8 p.m. in the University Gallery in Mahoney Hall, a short walk from the library. These events are free, wheelchair accessible, and open to the public.

  • FEB
    25
    Chancellor's Celebration of Music - Powering Up!
    8:00 PM

    The Sound Recording Technology and Composition for New Media programs will meld the latest technology with creative expression. Come see what emerges! The evening's performance will be preceded by a reception at 6:30 p.m. at Alumni Hall. Concert is free, but tickets for the reception are $40 and will benefit Music Scholarships. Location: Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center, 40 University Ave., Lowell.

  • FEB
    27
    UML Philosophy & Film: Monthly Film Series at Luna Theater
    7:30 PM

    With the help of the Chancellor's 2020 Challenge Grant, the UML philosophy department is partnering with the Luna Theater in downtown Lowell to present the UML Philosophy and Film series. Each film will be followed by a talk from a member from the UML philosophy department. The series is held on the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The Luna Theater is located on the fourth floor of Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St., Lowell.

    Jan. 30: "The Matrix" with Jose Mendoza who will present on External World Skepticism
    Feb. 27: "Don Jon" with Carol Hay who will present on Ethical Issues in Pornography
    March 27: "Pulp Fiction" with Christa Hodapp who will present on Masculinity and Race
    April 24: "Being John Malkovich" with Luis Oliveira, who will present on the Philosophy of Mind

  • MAR
    02
    Peace Through Entrepreneurship: Steven Koltai Discussion
    3:00 PM

    Brookings Institution scholar and author Steven R. Koltai will discuss his book, "Peace Through Entrepreneurship: Investing in a Startup Culture for Security and Development." Koltai is the Managing Director of Koltai & Co. LLC. From 2009-11
    he served as Senior Adviser for Entrepreneurship in Secretary Hillary Clinton's State Department. While at the State Department, Steven created and ran the Global Entrepreneurship Program. He left the State Department to continue the work of global entrepreneurship ecosystem building via Koltai & Co.

  • MAR
    02
    Medieval Gallego-Portuguese Troubadour Love Songs Concert
    8:00 PM

    The haunting Gallego-Portuguese Cantigas de Amigo are an all-but-lost piece of western love lyric tradition dating back to the ninth century. Featuring Cristi Catt and Daniela ToŠic, vocals; Taki Masuko, percussion; Ritchie Stearns, banjo, and Cory DiMario, bass. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Natalia Melo at 978-934-5199.

  • MAR
    22
    Spring Career Fair
    2:00 PM

    Don't miss this opportunity to meet employers representing a variety of industries during our all-major spring event! 200 employers and over 1,200 students are expected to attend.  Students looking for an internship, co-op, or a full-time job after graduation should definitely plan to attend. Professional dress is recommended. Contact:  Karen O'Donnell at 978-934-2733 or Karen_odonnell1@uml.edu.

  • MAR
    22
    Writers on Campus Presents E.J. Levy Lecture
    5:30 PM

    Writers on Campus presents E.J. Levy to read from her short story collection, "Love, in Theory," which won the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction, a Foreword Book of the Year Award, the Great Lakes College Associations New Writer Award for Fiction, and was named a 2013 Kirkus "Best Indie Book." Levy has received a Lambda Literary Award, a Pushcart Prize, a Nelson Algren Award, and Loft-McKnight Award. Levy's fiction and essays have appeared in Paris Review, The Nation, Kenyon Review, Gettysburg Review, Missouri Review, Salmagundi, Orion, Rumpus, Salon, The New York Times, and Best American Essays. Her current project is a novel based on Dr. James Barry, a 19th-century physician and civic leader who passed as a man for her entire life. 

  • MAR
    23
    The Heterodyne Trio
    8:00 PM

    The Heterodyne Trio (cello and electronics) tours with two new works by Jenna Lyle and Élise Roy, along with Brian Ferneyhough's seminal Time and Motion Study II.

  • MAR
    27
    UML Philosophy & Film: Monthly Film Series at Luna Theater
    7:30 PM

    With the help of the Chancellor's 2020 Challenge Grant, the UML philosophy department is partnering with the Luna Theater in downtown Lowell to present the UML Philosophy and Film series. Each film will be followed by a talk from a member from the UML philosophy department. The series is held on the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The Luna Theater is located on the fourth floor of Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St., Lowell.

    Jan. 30: "The Matrix" with Jose Mendoza who will present on External World Skepticism
    Feb. 27: "Don Jon" with Carol Hay who will present on Ethical Issues in Pornography
    March 27: "Pulp Fiction" with Christa Hodapp who will present on Masculinity and Race
    April 24: "Being John Malkovich" with Luis Oliveira, who will present on the Philosophy of Mind

  • MAR
    29
    Distinguished University Professor Lecture
    4:00 PM

    Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney and Provost Michael Vayda invite you to attend the 2017 Distinguished University Professor Lecture "The Role of the Public University in the 21st Century," presented by this year's University Professor Bob Forrant. The lecture will take place in the Lower Locks Room at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, 50 Warren St. Faculty and students are cordially invited. Discussion and refreshments will follow the lecture. RSVP to Victoria_Denoon@uml.edu by March 21, 2016 if you plan to attend.

  • MAR
    30
    Community Connections Breakfast
    8:00 AM

    You're invited to the annual Community Connections Breakfast! At this event community organizations and UMass Lowell faculty & staff come together to learn about service-learning and community partnership opportunities while networking.

  • MAR
    30
    Parker Lecture with Former NH Gov. John Sununu
    11:30 AM

    John H Sununu was the 75th Governor of New Hampshire and served at White House Chief of Staff to President George H. W. Bush from 1989-1992. After leaving the White House he started JHS Associates, Ltd, an international strategic business consulting firm, where he has served as President and CEO. From 1992 until 1998, he co-hosted CNN's nightly "Crossfire" program, a news/public affairs discussion program. In 2010 he served as Chairman of the NHGOP and in 2012 was a prominent Romney campaign surrogate and steering committee member. The program begins at 11:45 with a light buffet lunch at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, 50 Warren St., Lowell. Reservations are required. To reserve a seat, contact: Mehmed Ali, mehmed_ali@uml.edu. 978-934-5467

  • MAR
    31
    Chancellor's Celebration of Music, Showing Off!
    8:00 PM

    Graduating seniors, members of the Orchestra, Wind and Percussion ensembles, Jazz Lab, Chamber Singers and University Choir will strut their stuff during this special evening. The evening's performance will be preceded by a reception at 6:30 p.m. at Allen House. Concert is free, but tickets for the reception are $40 and will benefit Music Scholarships.

  • APR
    12
    Parker Lecture with WBZ 'NightSide' Host Dan Rea
    11:45 AM

    Dan Rea, a veteran Boston television journalist is the Host of "NightSide" on WBZ News Radio 1030 every weeknight from 8 p.m. to midnight. "NightSide" focuses on a wide variety of issues, political, economic and social. Rea believes that talk radio is the best way for people to communicate their opinions and ideas on what he calls "North America's Virtual Back Porch." Rea encourages challenging conversations and diverse ideas combined with respect and tolerance for the opinion of others. Dan will speak on his time in the media as well as the role of reporting in the criminal justice system. This program will have a light lunch. Reservations for lunch are required by April 11. Please contact Mehmed_Ali@uml.edu or 978-934-5467. Walk-ins are welcome day of the event. 

  • APR
    21
    Angkor Dance Troupe Performance
    8:00 PM

    The Angkor Dance Troupe performs with special guests, the UMass Lowell World Music Ensemble led by Alan Williams and Sovann Khon.

  • APR
    24
    UML Philosophy & Film: Monthly Film Series at Luna Theater
    7:30 PM

    With the help of the Chancellor's 2020 Challenge Grant, the UML philosophy department is partnering with the Luna Theater in downtown Lowell to present the UML Philosophy and Film series. Each film will be followed by a talk from a member from the UML philosophy department. The series is held on the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The Luna Theater is located on the fourth floor of Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St., Lowell.

    Jan. 30: "The Matrix" with Jose Mendoza who will present on External World Skepticism
    Feb. 27: "Don Jon" with Carol Hay who will present on Ethical Issues in Pornography
    March 27: "Pulp Fiction" with Christa Hodapp who will present on Masculinity and Race
    April 24: "Being John Malkovich" with Luis Oliveira, who will present on the Philosophy of Mind

  • MAY
    13
    University Commencement
    8:00 AM

    Commencement Day is Saturday, May 13, 2017. Two ceremonies will be performed at 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.