The pandemic necessitates fighting on all fronts. UMBC alumni and students are in the thick of that battle.
Tim Ryerson ’94, INDS, is making soccer accessible to all children through his Get on the Bus program.
While fulfilling her dream of studying language, MFA alumna Leah Michaels witnessed the first days of COVID-19’s brutal strike of Italy.
This January, James ’13, visual arts, presented their short film Buck at Sundance to an appreciative crowd.
KR Gaddy’s new book tells the true account of the Edelweiss Pirates, German teenagers who resisted the Nazi regime with acts from playing forbidden music to disseminating anti-Nazi flyers.
After three months of studies, the vaccine her team developed is about to enter a phase I clinical trial, a crucial hurdle on the way to FDA approval.
With two Fulbright awards under his belt, chemistry professor Ram Mohan, Ph.D. ’92, is sharing his passion for green chemistry with the world.
Kenneth Harris II helped build a NASA telescope, flies satellites that spot wildfires and hurricanes, and tends data that can predict weather.
Sarah Christa Butts ’07 is used to battling big societal problems. Now she’s working to make sure social workers are themselves are adequately protected.
A UMBC alumnus donates the VX system, a wearable piece of technology that helps soccer players track their movements and their heart rates.