Two alumni productions premiere in one week. The collaboration with a group of dedicated alums makes the creative process that much more successful.
Decentering whiteness while working as a doctor abroad has made alumnus Matthew Loftus examine his medical methods and motivations again and again.
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.
With more than 20 pieces of analytical instrumentation on offer, UMBC’s Molecular Characterization and Analysis Complex is master’s alumnus Josh Wilhide’s home away from home.
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.
For the second consecutive summer, the Interdisciplinary CoLab provided students with an innovative team-based applied learning opportunity.
UMBC researchers are tackling disparities related to healthcare and changing the way people around the world access health technologies.
Using new technology, a UMBC researcher and her colleague have been able to sequence the first full genetic sequences that code for spider glue proteins.