Following the passing of George Sherman, the Sherman STEM Teacher Scholars carry on the legacy of inclusive education in underserved communities.
The pandemic has drastically changed international enrollment. Could a coordinated national approach help attract the world’s brightest minds to the U.S.?
The UMBC magazine interviews Justin Glaze, a UMBC alum and runner-up on the Bachelorette in a behind-the-scenes look at Bachelor Nation.
It was at UMBC that Arteche decided to delve into other ways of exploring their identity and visibility through art and culture.
Educational technology reseacher sees three trends that shrink the role of traditional college professors: Rise of AI, erosion of tenure, and flipped classrooms.
Remaking cities worldwide to deal with extreme weather events and new climate regimes will require massive investments in new ideas, practices, and skills.
Viruses are arguably nature’s powerhouses for genetic innovation. Humans are likely here today because of them.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that almost 33 cents of every dollar spent on health care in the U.S. goes to hospitals – and that’s excluding what your doctor bills you separately. But hospital pricing isn’t just expensive. It’s also murky.
A health economist writes that making COVID-19 testing accessible, accurate, and fast is critical to slowing transmission of the virus.
“Each of us holds in our hands the legacy of Freeman’s leadership and that of all members of our community who have built it into what it is today,” Provost Philip Rous shared at Thursday’s Fall Opening Meeting.