The latest issue of UMBC Magazine is in mailboxes now, and it’s full of great stories like these:
- Rooms to Grow — UMBC alumni, professors and students find new spaces and places for innovation.
- Launchpad — Professors Amy Hurst and Shaun Kane have created a community that helps open up the world for people with disabilities through assistive technology.
- Hearts and Minds — Couples who met at UMBC share their love stories.
We’re also excited to share these alumni stories from the Spring 2014 issue with you:
- Changing Communities — A look at alumna Sherece West-Scantlebury ‘07 and her work in public policy and community development.
- Forget the Smoking Gun — Gus Russo ‘72 writes about the importance of investigative reporting in the digital
- Heaven, Hell and Eisenhower — A conversation with Allan Jirikowic ‘77 about his advocacy for the art and party scene in D.C.
- Moving in Place — A peek into the literary life and work of Jill Sisson Quinn ‘97