At times of momentous change, many take solace in creating — and the UMBC is no exception, adding to a long history of pandemic-inspired work.
Kiirstn Pagan ’11, theatre, talks about what it takes to manage a theatre company, and how maintaining their connections to UMBC has helped keep them strong.
Although it’s been 15 years and he now works in Silicon Valley, Rahul Razdan ’05, information systems, still abides by his UMBC database management instructor’s lessons.
Dogs...carnival rides...dogs...ribbon cutting ceremonies...dogs...Alumni Awards...did we mention dogs? All that means Homecoming season at...
Decentering whiteness while working as a doctor abroad has made alumnus Matthew Loftus examine his medical methods and motivations again and again.
Zack Smedley ’18 spent the first half of his senior year working on the manuscript that eventually became his debut young adult novel, Deposing Nathan.
While most mothers and daughters share some things in common, it’s a special bond to carry on the Retriever legacy.
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.
In May, real estate appraiser and UMBC alum Steven O’Farrell released his first YA novel, Simone LaFray and the Chocolatiers’ Ball.
Hundreds of Meyerhoff Scholars Program alumni gathered to celebrate the program’s 30th anniversary, and to thank Robert E. Meyerhoff for his bold vision.