In May, real estate appraiser and UMBC alum Steven O’Farrell released his first YA novel, Simone LaFray and the Chocolatiers’ Ball.
For Meryl Carmel, M.A. ’94, history, a walk in the park led her on a 10-year journey to publishing her book Finding Kate.
“If I really want to stay in this country I would have to do two or three things,” Raphael remembers thinking early on. “One, distinguish myself in every possible way.”
The Meyerhoff Scholars program has been called the “gold standard” for providing a path into STEM research for underrepresented students in the field.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently recognized a UMBC information systems alumnus among its 2019 Small Business Persons of the Year winners....
Eric Grollman ’07, sociology and psychology, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Richmond, will serve as this year’s URCAD keynote speaker.
UMBC rolled out a new brand and with it launched a fresh homepage, icon, and video. Alumni in the filmmaking industry are behind the scenes of UMBC’s brand video.
At UMBC’s 8th annual Scholarship Luncheon, student recipients of endowed scholarships met and thanked the backers of their financial support.
This March 23, in celebration of Maryland Day, the Maryland Historical Society will launch a year-long retrospective of alumna Mimi Dietrich’s work at its Baltimore headquarters. Titled “Hometown Girl,” the show dives deep into her decades-long quilting career.
This weekend, while millions watch the biggest football event of the year, Maceo Thomas ’93 will celebrate community and resistance through capoeira.