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Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Mass.: UMass Lowell Ranked No. 19

Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Mass.: UMass Lowell Ranked No. 19

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Chancellor Jacquie Moloney will be stepping down in June 2022. Sophia Boucher Connector Staff The latest release of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts continues UMass Lowell’s five-year streak of recognition among the top 20 businesses. Led by Chancellor Jacquie Moloney, the university ranked as number 19 on the

Chancellor’s Celebration of Music showcases campus talent

 UMass Lowell’s “Sounding Out!” showcased the talents of Music Department faculty, students, alumni and friends in performance at Durgin Concert Hall on Friday, Sept. 23. Performing selections of Chicago blues on harmonica was Prof. John Shirley, far right, backed by faculty members Ricky Berger on guitar, Charles Gabriel on bass and Andrew Fordyce on drums.

Moloney settles in as chancellor

Sam Linstead-Atkinson Connector Editor Jacqueline Moloney is now nearing the end of her first semester as chancellor of UMass Lowell, but she has been active in the progress of the university since 1984. In 1984 and 1985 Moloney managed “a program that helped disadvantaged high school students transition to college,” and she has been working for

Chancellor Moloney sits down to student Q&A

Photo Credit: Michael Calamonici Jessie Paskiewicz Connector Staff Amid the blue ambient lighting, jazz music, and clanking plates of Moloney Hall, students and staff alike got to experience what Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney enjoys the most: connecting directly with students. Organized by UMass Lowell’s Student Government Association and interviewed by Vice President Jesse Kruszka, Moloney answered

Marty Meehan recaps eight years as chancellor, looks toward future as UMass president

Marlon Pitter Connector Editor In less than a month, UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan will take over as the next president of the University of Massachusetts system. Since becoming chancellor in 2007, Meehan has been at the forefront of transforming UMass Lowell into a nationally ranked university with additions of new buildings, such as University

SGA hosts Chancellor’s Forum with city manager

At University Crossing, students present ideas for Lowell’s future Samuel Linstead-Atkinson Connector Staff As the campuses and student population of UMass Lowell continue to grow, many are turning to a current initiative that will tailor the city in order to better suit the university. Along with the Student Government Association and Chancellor Marty Meehan, city