UMass Lowell Connector Logo

Tag Archives: Nicholas Ewing

UMass Lowell students go to CRE Financial Council in Miami

UMass Lowell students go to CRE Financial Council in Miami

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Manning School of Business). “UMass Lowell business students go to CREFC.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff UMass Lowell Manning business students attended the Commercial Real Estate Financial Council (CREFC) in Miami on Jan. 7 – 10. The eleven students in attendance had the opportunity to learn valuable real estate business lessons,

Local Farmers tackle nutritional deficiency in their crops due to climate change

(Photo courtesy of The New York Times). “Various foods on a table.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff Major challenges in food sustainability are problems local farmers face as they grapple with the repercussions of climate change. New England farmers need to deal with rising temperatures that can negatively affect their crop yields and the nutritional value

United States Labor Shortages

(Photo courtesy of deputy). “‘Help Wanted’ sign posted to door.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Contributor The United States is experiencing a labor shortage in its economy right now, as characterized by low unemployment and a large need for labor to keep the economy running. This labor shortage is caused by behavioral changes induced by COVID-19 and

Congress debates the banning of controversial Chinese-owned social media app TikTok

(Photo courtesy of People) “TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew testifying before Congress on TikTok safety concerns.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew testified before Congress after accusations from US lawmakers and intelligence agencies that the app TikTok is a threat to US national security. TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese social

Want to join the Biomedical Engineering Society?

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell BME’s campus lab page) “We UML Biomedical Engineering (BME) Program and support its students through resources necessary to succeed in the discipline. Resources may include, but are not limited to peer advising, networking, community service, and research or industry opportunities. The Chapter, as part of the professional and parent Biomedical

Manning Business students take on IDEA Con 2023

(Photo Courtesy of UMass Lowell) “A business student talking to professionals at the IDEA Conference last week.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff IDEA Con 2023 was an opportunity for students from UMass Lowell to network with entrepreneurial students from different local universities, listen to life lessons from student entrepreneurs and learn business skills. The vibe of

Kyle York inspires business students with seminar on Haverhill campus

(Photo Courtesy of Twitter) “Kyle York giving some entrepreneurial advice.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff A big vision and smart business strategies can build your business from $10 million to $100 million ARR (profits). “Startup Scaling: Lessons Learned on the Path to $100 million” was an event that took place in UMass Lowell Innovation Lab in