A UMBC alumnus donates the VX system, a wearable piece of technology that helps soccer players track their movements and their heart rates.
Steve Chu, co-owner of Ekiben along with two other UMBC alumni, shares how the store owes its origins to UMBC and Baltimore City, and why these Retriever chefs care so much about the communities they serve.
Transferring to a new college often comes with some trepidation about making new friends and finding your crowd. For Michelle, Melissa<span...
Mama’s Boy Dan Eiskant ’19, media and communication studies, took the American Ninja Warrior challenge head-on and has competed two trials so far. He’s also teaching the next generation of ANJ hopefuls.
Although it’s been 15 years and he now works in Silicon Valley, Rahul Razdan ’05, information systems, still abides by his UMBC database management instructor’s lessons.
Dogs...carnival rides...dogs...ribbon cutting ceremonies...dogs...Alumni Awards...did we mention dogs? All that means Homecoming season at...
Two alumni productions premiere in one week. The collaboration with a group of dedicated alums makes the creative process that much more successful.
Decentering whiteness while working as a doctor abroad has made alumnus Matthew Loftus examine his medical methods and motivations again and again.
Two alumni award winners are graduates of UMBC’s language, literacy, and culture Ph.D. program, the first of its kind to bring an interdisciplinary approach to research that crosses the humanities, social sciences, and education.
Alumni Award winner Paul Mangus ’86, information systems management, has been integral to developing some of the United States’ most critical homeland security systems created over the last 20 years.