Staging intimacy—which includes everything from holding hands to simulated sex—can be one of the most challenging parts of producing a play.
“Read with your children. Enjoy books together, and whatever you do, don’t worry about teaching them to read. Leave the teaching to the teachers.”
To build a more robust Earth science in the “human age,” the human sciences must play as central a role as the natural sciences do today.
As the series wraps up its final season, April Householder ‘95, co-editor of Feminist Perspectives on Orange is the New Black, shares some thoughts on the lasting impact of this groundbreaking show.
Visiting senior research scholar Marvin Heiferman explores the intersection of photography and science in a new collaborative book called Seeing Science: How Photography Reveals the Universe.
In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court has ruled that partisan gerrymandering is not unconstitutional. The issue is a political one, according to the court, not a legal one.
Researchers are still learning how race-related social experiences and physical environments affect health, illness, and mortality.
Watch the full lifespan of a dragonfly in this animation created by UMBC designer Layla Thompson-Koch.
UMBC researchers are tackling disparities related to healthcare and changing the way people around the world access health technologies.