Every day, Retrievers are working behind the scenes to make a difference in the lives of our students. Jamie Jaegers '14, health administration and public policy,...
Online classes have changed the game for a specific population—former students who paused their education are returning to complete their degrees.
As the nation confronts generations-worth of structural racism, UMBC’s community is digging deep to learn, reflect, and take action for long-term change.
Campus programs are finding creative ways to encourage connectedness online, relying on equal parts vulnerability and light-hearted fun as the foundational building blocks.
We can all agree it was not supposed to be this way. Commencement—as President Freeman Hrabowski often reminds graduates during the ceremony—is a dignified...
Will this unusual semester yield lasting, innovative teaching practices? These UMBC instructors are working to make that happen.
UMBC’s first virtual Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day made students’ work even more accessible to the community.
In the wake of so many life-defining activities suddenly curtailed, many other things continued nevertheless—namely the indomitable UMBC grit.
Sergeant Cheatem and Officer Chip sit down for a job interview.
This December, we celebrated the achievements and accomplishments of the class of 2019. President Freeman Hrabowski addressed the magnitude of these ceremonies saying, “Today, graduates, this is a time for dreams fulfilled.”