ICE’s decision could increase tuition for American students, cost thousands of jobs, and erode America’s stature in the world.
Described by her advisor as having “nerves of steel,” Coco Tang often heads straight into the heart of international conflicts to assist with medical care.
The spread of AI raises a number of privacy concerns, but in a twist, AI can also help mitigate many of these privacy problems.
Alumna leading the Governor’s Office of Service and Volunteerism draws on her UMBC grit to coordinate COVID-19 response across Maryland.
These alumni entrepreneurs brought their class project to life in Arbutus. Despite the disruption of COVID-19, the coffee shop continues to pursue a community-focused operation.
From an economist’s perspective, Americans facing increased financial stress because of the pandemic are less likely to seek medical help for coronavirus symptoms.
What makes something smell good or bad? A UMBC biology lab studying the brain and sense of smell addresses our reactions to pleasant and unpleasant odors.
Retrievers are participating in politics on all levels—students as engaged citizens, professionals protecting our census data, artists illustrating complex ideas, and more.
The “Lost and Found” archive is a space for people to memorialize what could have been – and to record what can now emerge, in its absence.
Men’s Basketball players are getting to fulfill their dreams—playing professional basketball abroad.