Mohammed Khalid was the youngest person convicted of terrorism in the U.S. After his deradicalization, Khalid now researches ways to avoid extremism online.
If Peter Wood ’06, theatre, is doing his job well, you’ll never notice what he’s doing. It should look effortless and natural, smooth and, well, magical.
A video series highlights alumni educators using their careers to encourage students, in the classroom, but also through less traditional avenues.
It’s widely accepted that you need to practice a skill for 10,000 hours before becoming an expert. Andrew Haberman has a different number in mind—20,000 throws.
Minner hopes the creation of an archive at UMBC will encourage more members of the Lumbee Tribe to dig into their past, while also finding pride in their present.
Online classes have changed the game for a specific population—former students who paused their education are returning to complete their degrees.
COVID-19 allowed this mother/daughter research pair to see how their areas of expertise overlapped.
A literary magazine with Taco Bell as it’s touchstone? It’s actually not as cheesy as it sounds.
President Freeman Hrabowski’s powerful personal story is well known in the UMBC community. At the age of 12, seeking equal access to a quality education, he marched with...
Promoting street vending can generate employment, keep people safe, and create the vitality and comity that is the hallmark of livable humane cities.