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University academic administrator

Jacqueline Fidler Moloney, American university academic administrator. Recipient Service award Council on Diversity and Pluralism, Lowell, 1996.


Moloney, Jacqueline Fidler was born on July 27, 1953 in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Edward Joseph and Esther Marie (Miller) F.


Bachelor of Science, University Massachusetts, 1975. Doctor of Education, University Massachusetts, 1992. Master of Science, Goddard College, 1979.


Psychologist and social worker, various non-profit organizations, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1980-1982;director, Indochinese Found, Lowell, 1982-1984;director talent search, U. Massachusetts, Lowell, 1984-1986;assistant director admissions, U. Massachusetts, Lowell, 1985-1986;director freshman programs, U. Massachusetts, Lowell, 1986-1990;director academic services, U. Massachusetts, Lowell, 1990-1994;dean University College, U. Massachusetts, Lowell, since 1994. Consultant Salem (Massachusetts) State College, Middlesex Community College, Bedford, Massachusetts.


Board governors Saints Memorial. President House of Hope, Lowell, since 1996. Participant National Leadership program American Council Education, 1996.

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (executive committee), Massachusetts Women in Higher Education (executive committee 1991-1992), Massachusetts Faculty Development Association(executive committee 1992-1993), Vesper Country Club, Pi Lambda Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: golf.


Married Edward Joseph Moloney, June 18, 1977. Children: Emily, Margaret.

Edward Joseph F.

Esther Marie (Miller) F.

Edward Joseph Moloney

Emily Moloney

Margaret Moloney