Lacking mentorship during her schooling, Ashwag Alasmari created an organization for women in computer science.
Think of your second-grade volcano project, but the baking soda and vinegar “eruption” is happening inside an enclosed vessel, propelling the car forward down a track.
For more than two decades, Hemmerly has led UMBC’s technology park—the first-university-affiliated research park in Maryland—as it has grown and expanded.
UMBC researchers are tackling disparities related to healthcare and changing the way people around the world access health technologies.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently recognized a UMBC information systems alumnus among its 2019 Small Business Persons of the Year winners....
As a boy, John Klausmeier ’04, mechanical engineering, dreamed of working in the racing industry. He began working toward his current role as crew chief at Stewart-Haas when he was a student at UMBC, where he was able to take classes that would allow him to develop the skills needed to succeed in the motorsports industry.
Jennifer Sleeman, Ph.D ’17, computer science, shares her love of programming via the Einstein Narwhals, her son’s FIRST LEGO League team.
In an industry known for changing direction without warning, a UMBC professor has drawn praise for predicting the movements of social networks a decade ago. A paper written in 2008 by...