The pandemic gave Americans a tantalizing glimpse of what less car-oriented cities would look like. But what happens if cities just return to “normal”?
In a recent chat, President Hrabowski and Alumni Association President Brian Frazee share why it’s so important to stay connected to fellow Retrievers.
Thirty years later, Lewis still feels a sense of real connection to the campus and works to help other alumni engage with students and the institution.
Nothing showcases the Retriever spirit more than the many hundreds of volunteer hours put in to assist in the region-wide vaccination challenge.
Courtney Hobson, M.A. ’14, program coordinator for the Dresher Center for the Humanities, is creating engagement experiences for students, even during the pandemic.
UMBC Rising Stars discuss their roles in the healthcare and defense industries, with an aim to harness technology to protect from disease and cyber warfare.
AIs can generate fake reports convincing enough to trick cybersecurity experts. These AIs could hinder efforts to defend against cyberattacks.
Wye Oak recorded their first albums using student resources available on campus. Since their days in Fine Arts, the band has found international acclaim.
This UMBC senior took a drab wall outside OCA Mocha and transformed it, giving local coffee lovers a floral feast for the eyes.
As deputy director of communication for Baltimore’s Mayor Scott, Stefanie Mavronis ’12 channels her hometown pride to connect with the city in a equitable way.