Erin Mulcahy

Erin Mulcahy is a member of the UITS Strategy, Research and Communications team at the UMass President’s Office. Erin joined the Web Services team to assist with the Massachusetts.edu website redesign and the Umassp.edu project. She has been working on multiple projects with UITS since August 2013. Erin is a co-editor of UMass on the Move. Receiving her BA in English, with minors in Business Administration and Spanish, from Framingham State. Diving into IT was an exciting new challenge. She received a Certificate in Website Design and Development from UMass Lowell. Erin lives in Shrewsbury and grew up on Lake Quinsigamond. Much of her family still resides there, so when not working, she is usually swimming, boating, or ice-skating.

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Top Articles of Winter 2015

Filed in Featured, General by on April 12, 2016
Top Articles of Winter 2015

I would like to feature some of the top articles from the past quarter. We have seen many new accomplishments such as our involvement in the Massachusetts Open Cloud, the Cybersecurity Intern Fair, the MGHPCC’s third year of success, and many more. But what are the top 3 articles of this winter? The most viewed articles are as follows: UMass […]

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Top Articles of Fall 2015

Filed in Featured, General by on December 31, 2015
Top Articles of Fall 2015

As the fall has come to a close, I’d like to feature some of the top articles of this quarter. We have seen many new accomplishments such as the New Responsive Design for the Secure Access Login page, the successful UMass Dartmouth Startup Weekend, UMass Amherst’s innovative and sustainable Design Building, the UMass Program to Support […]

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UMass Amherst’s Design Building, A Model of Sustainable Architecture

Filed in Efficiency, Featured, Innovation by on December 15, 2015
UMass Amherst’s Design Building, A Model of Sustainable Architecture

UMass Amherst is constructing a four-story, 87,500-square-foot building that will open in 2017. This building will house three academic programs from three separate colleges, Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Department of Architecture from the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, and the Building and Construction Technology […]

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The Best of Summer 2015

Filed in Featured, General by on October 7, 2015
The Best of Summer 2015

As summer has come to an end, I’d like to feature some of the top articles of this quarter. We have seen many new successes such as the launch of the Academic Program Inventory, the University Travel website redesign, the redesigned Service Status Page, NEWHEUG’s second year of success, Confluence, and many more. But what […]

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