FEATURES

Finding Their Light
– By Richard Byrne ’86
UMBC’s Department of Theatre takes center stage at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts — and extends the university’s impressive legacy in college theatre’s biggest annual festival. Read more…

Storm Stalker
– By Jack Williams

Hurricanes are deadly – and they also hold great mysteries. UMBC researcher Jeffrey Halverson uses the latest technology in collaboration with NASA to unlock those secrets and make potential storm victims safer. Read More…

Retracing Memory
– By Elizabeth Heubeck ’91
UMBC professor of biology Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg found a box of faded letters that led her deep into her family’s history – and led scholars to fascinating new findings in Holocaust studies. Read More…<

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

– TO YOU

– UP ON THE ROOF

– THE NEWS

– AT PLAY

– DISCOVERY

– ALUMNI PROFILES

– HOW TO STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOUR HUMAN ROOTS: With Dr. Jay Freyman, Assoc. Professor, Ancient Studies

– OVER COFFEE: With Upal Ghosh, Assoc. Professor and graduate program director, civil and environmental engineering, and Meredith Oyen, Asst. Professor of history

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