Ainsworth says that Heard has been instrumental in holding open the door for the next generation of lawyers and judges. “She has, like, an army of little children, just all over the place, doing good work.”
“The Empowered University” brings UMBC’s story to readers nationwide.
For more than two decades, Hemmerly has led UMBC’s technology park—the first-university-affiliated research park in Maryland—as it has grown and expanded.
At UMBC’s 8th annual Scholarship Luncheon, student recipients of endowed scholarships met and thanked the backers of their financial support.
On UMBC’s second annual Giving Day last week, campus and social media buzzed with creative call-outs and challenges for 1,000 donors to participate in the 24-hour...
More than 130 members of the Retriever community gathered in Annapolis on January 23 to celebrate the many ways UMBC alumni make an impact through careers that serve the State of Maryland,...
With their hearts in the work and their ears to the ground, the people behind some of UMBC’s longest-standing homegrown programs are solving big societal problems. But the work is never done.
The Linehan Artist Scholars Reception gives scholar alumni and current students a chance to thank donors Earl and Darielle Linehan for their support.
On Saturday, November 10th our UMBC family, represented by the Shriver Center, Transportation Services, Off-Campus Student Services/Veteran Services, and alumni, joined forces with Tabrizi’s Restaurant, and a myriad of community partners to serve more than 220 military veterans experiencing homelessness.
Bridging the gap between military service and becoming a civilian university student isn’t always easy for our nation’s veterans. That’s why Veteran Student Services (VSS) works to make those transitions easier for UMBC’s own veteran population.