By From the Lowell Sun
LOWELL -- UMass Lowell will celebrate 50 years of management education at a networking reception and dinner Saturday at 6 p.m., at the Campus Recreation Center, East Campus, 100 Pawtucket St.
Alumni, sponsors, faculty and staff will honor the past, celebrate the College of Management's growth as the leading business school in the region, and hear about the exciting vision for the college's future.
Keynote speaker Robert Manning (Class of 1981), CEO, president and chief investment officer of MFS Investments and chairman of the UMass board of trustees, will talk about the College of Management's effect on his life and career.
Also scheduled to speak at UMass President Jack Wilson, UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan (Class of 1978) and College of Management Dean Kathy Carter (Class of 1978). Stuart Mandell, founder of management education at UMass Lowell, will receive special recognition.
Tickets are $100 and are available online at www.uml/college/management/management50/default.html, or by calling (978) 934-3689.