Filmmaker Jules Rosskam, assistant professor in the Department of Visual Arts at UMBC, was awarded a prestigious Creative Capital Award in 2021 to support production of his new feature film, Desire Lines.
Taggart’s images offer a lens through which to examine the role of spirituality in modern life. In an era defined by a global pandemic, heightened political division and the planetary threat of climate change is spiritualism due for a major resurgence?
Closures, remote work, supply chain issues and changing priorities have affected almost everyone’s lives. The processes of science are no exception.
Maryam Rahnemoonfar combined her interests in civil engineering, remote sensing, and computer science to create an algorithm to assess natural disaster data.
People who care about change must be willing to plunge their hands deep into the mess of this world. It’s a dirty job, but someone’s gotta do it.
A python-tracking study is paving the way in decreasing the python problem in the Everglades, while further advancing optics research and system design.
In the realm of fanfiction, students and educators are given exciting opportunities to learn and teach language through creative storytelling.
These Individualized Study instructors eagerly invite the students into the mystery and wonder of the world with reverence—and a healthy dose of skepticism.
Educational technology reseacher sees three trends that shrink the role of traditional college professors: Rise of AI, erosion of tenure, and flipped classrooms.
Remaking cities worldwide to deal with extreme weather events and new climate regimes will require massive investments in new ideas, practices, and skills.