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UMass Lowell Expanding the Innovation Economy. The Economic Picture. $466m in economic activity in FY06 2,831 jobs created in FY06 One of largest employers in region (1,500 faculty/staff) Over 14,000 students enrolled 85% of UMass graduates stay in state for 5 years; 65% stay longer

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Umass lowell expanding the innovation economy

UMass Lowell Expanding the Innovation Economy


The economic picture

The Economic Picture

$466m in economic activity in FY06

2,831 jobs created in FY06

One of largest employers in region (1,500 faculty/staff)

Over 14,000 students enrolled

85% of UMass graduates stay in state for 5 years; 65% stay longer

66,000 UML alumni; 38,000 in Mass


Enrollment growth

Enrollment Growth


Six year graduation rate

Six-Year Graduation Rate

Year


Freshmen retention rate

Freshmen Retention Rate

Year


Enrollment diversity

Enrollment Diversity

Total New Undergrad Diversity up 34.5%


Research expenditures fy07 fy09

Research Expenditures FY07-FY09

Fiscal Year


New facilities improvements

Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center

Inn & Conference Center

Tsongas Center at UMass

Lowell Acquisition

Emerging Technologies

and Innovation Center

$70 M 84,000 sq ft

Complete 2012

South Academic Building

$40 M, 69,000 sq ft

Pre-construction underway

New Facilities & Improvements


Greening the campus

Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center

Greening the Campus

  • State-backed projects:

    • Photo-Voltaic Panels

    • Sub-metering/EEMS project with EOEEA’s Division of Energy Resources

    • Leading by Example program, test

    • vehicles for Chrysler hybrids

  • LEED building and renovation programs

  • 5 year Green House Gas Emissions study completed;

  • Green cleaners program implemented;Zero-sort recycling campus-wide


Faculty panel

Faculty Panel

Julie Chen

David Turcotte

Ziyad Salameh

Chris Niezrecki

John Duffy


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