In the footsteps of rapid urban population growth, governments must enact better policies that focus on the improvement of existing communities rather than on their eradication.
“As someone who routinely analyzes threats, vulnerabilities and risks, I see the U.S. again falling prey to a decades-old problem, which the 9/11 Commission termed a ‘failure of imagination.'”
“Read with your children. Enjoy books together, and whatever you do, don’t worry about teaching them to read. Leave the teaching to the teachers.”
To build a more robust Earth science in the “human age,” the human sciences must play as central a role as the natural sciences do today.
While you were sleeping, our videographer Corey Jennings '10 caught some quiet footage of our beautiful campus coming to life!
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Visiting senior research scholar Marvin Heiferman explores the intersection of photography and science in a new collaborative book called Seeing Science: How Photography Reveals the Universe.
So, you’re thinking about becoming a Retriever? Here are 10 reasons why we know you’ll love it here at UMBC. (Twelve, if you count the puppies and squirrels.)
In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court has ruled that partisan gerrymandering is not unconstitutional. The issue is a political one, according to the court, not a legal one.
Researchers are still learning how race-related social experiences and physical environments affect health, illness, and mortality.
Watch the full lifespan of a dragonfly in this animation created by UMBC designer Layla Thompson-Koch.