“Be willing to be an independent thinker and be willing to be wrong,” says graduate student Amanda Belunis as ways to succeed in analytical chemistry.
In addition to pursuing her own art, Corrie Parks promotes her students, helping them enter the professional art world with as few barriers as possible.
Ana Maria Schwartz Caballero established a network of support and guidance for the success of UMBC’s Hispanic/Latinx community, and her legacy lives on.
Mohammed Khalid was the youngest person convicted of terrorism in the U.S. After his deradicalization, Khalid now researches ways to avoid extremism online.
In a recent chat, President Hrabowski and Alumni Association President Brian Frazee share why it’s so important to stay connected to fellow Retrievers.
The UMBC Symphony has provided a home to students and community members alike. As the long time director retires, musicians look back on the past five decades of the symphony.
Nothing showcases the Retriever spirit more than the many hundreds of volunteer hours put in to assist in the region-wide vaccination challenge.
Despite competing in a pandemic, student-athletes rose to the occasion and added several new chapters to UMBC record books this year.
Courtney Hobson, M.A. ’14, program coordinator for the Dresher Center for the Humanities, is creating engagement experiences for students, even during the pandemic.
This UMBC senior took a drab wall outside OCA Mocha and transformed it, giving local coffee lovers a floral feast for the eyes.