UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski talks about alumni leadership during the pandemic, UMBC’s Golden Commencement, and a symbol of hope in tough times.
UMBC’s international education expert foresees six major ways that the expected decline in international enrollment will change U.S. higher education and the economy.
Karsonya “Dr. Kaye” Wise Whitehead, Ph.D. ’09, language, literacy, and culture has been an activist since she was a kid. Now, she’s using those skills to make a difference throughout Baltimore.
Current Retriever Sydney Fryer sat down for a chat with fellow Sondheim Scholar Alicia Wilson, vice president for Economic Development at Johns Hopkins University.
Attitudes toward single women have repeatedly shifted – and part of that attitude shift is reflected in the names given to unwed women.
A team of scientists have developed a new world map highlighting three conditions of landscapes that will need to be approached differently if we are to succeed in conserving biodiversity.
Muslims visit the shrines to observe the martyrdom day of Hussain. Shiite Muslims believe that Hussain was third in line of 12 divinely appointed spiritual and political successors.
In the footsteps of rapid urban population growth, governments must enact better policies that focus on the improvement of existing communities rather than on their eradication.
“As someone who routinely analyzes threats, vulnerabilities and risks, I see the U.S. again falling prey to a decades-old problem, which the 9/11 Commission termed a ‘failure of imagination.'”
Under lucrative arrangements, states are increasingly leasing prisoners to private corporations to harvest food for American consumers.