New UMBC women’s basketball coach Johnetta Hayes hopes to create change within her team—but not only on the basketball court.
Although it’s been 15 years and he now works in Silicon Valley, Rahul Razdan ’05, information systems, still abides by his UMBC database management instructor’s lessons.
“The Empowered University” brings UMBC’s story to readers nationwide.
A team of scientists have developed a new world map highlighting three conditions of landscapes that will need to be approached differently if we are to succeed in conserving biodiversity.
Muslims visit the shrines to observe the martyrdom day of Hussain. Shiite Muslims believe that Hussain was third in line of 12 divinely appointed spiritual and political successors.
Homecoming at UMBC is a time to reconnect, see how much the campus has grown, and show your Retriever pride. Don’t miss out!
As one of three Peace Corps staff in the Kyrgyzstan capital, Bishkek, Ryan Monroe finds the work enriching but challenging—and just what he had hoped for.
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.”