Bob Bolton ’70, funds a scholarship in honor of his mother Elinora Bolton, who returned to college after having 10 kids and earned her degree alongside him.
Losing Winter, a new exhibition opening in mid-July at the Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) in Baltimore, examines changes in winter weather patterns through photographs, video, and personal memory.
The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic has prompted many Asian American parents to enroll their children in remote learning.
UMBC Rising Stars and Fearless coworkers Delali Dzirasa and Kelsey Krach discuss their Retriever ties and the responsibility of working in the civic tech space.
Giving Day 2021 is virtual and 36 hours long, spearheaded by two faces new to UMBC, but certainly not to the world of giving.
President Biden’s promise to “lead with science and truth” will help reclaim lost ground by restoring U.S. leadership in science and technology.
When density is no longer cursed by contagion, cities will reassert their magic, through their ability to enhance sharing, matching, and learning.
As public health becomes increasingly digital, systems engineering will begin to fill this critical public health knowledge gap.
Ricardo Zwaig was close to dropping out of school, but an unexpected financial gift allowed him to complete his degree. Now a judge, he’s giving back.
We look forward to 2021 and beyond, we share a common hope, to once again be in community with one another.