Many Retrievers aspire to create a community that treats each member as a whole person deserving of respect, no matter their age or identity. These two Rising Stars are doing just that.
In 2019, UMBC’s first public policy doctoral graduate pledged $100,000 to create the Renny DiPentima Fund for Advancement in Public Policy.
Giving Day 2021 is virtual and 36 hours long, spearheaded by two faces new to UMBC, but certainly not to the world of giving.
We were deeply saddened this weekend to hear of the passing of William Rothstein, a beloved founding faculty member of UMBC. He was 83. We will remember him as one of the...
In isolation during the pandemic, many of us are consuming or creating art and media, but we’re having to reinvent how to share that pleasure with others.
It’s no secret why first generation college students thrive at UMBC. Our network of first generation staff and faculty make it the center of their work as educators and researchers.
President Freeman Hrabowski’s powerful personal story is well known in the UMBC community. At the age of 12, seeking equal access to a quality education, he marched with...
A message from President Freeman Hrabowski and Provost Rous on UMBC’s work to address structural racism at UMBC.
Dr. Freeman Hrabowski and Dr. Philip Rous share reflections with UMBC alumni, faculty, staff, and students.
Retrievers are participating in politics on all levels—students as engaged citizens, professionals protecting our census data, artists illustrating complex ideas, and more.