In addition to pursuing her own art, Corrie Parks promotes her students, helping them enter the professional art world with as few barriers as possible.
Three alumnae discuss how their time at UMBC impacted their professional trajectories. Now, they’re paving the way for the next generation of leaders.
The pandemic gave Americans a tantalizing glimpse of what less car-oriented cities would look like. But what happens if cities just return to “normal”?
Different disciplines are training up social justice-minded students to do no harm in the communities they work with, one thriving relationship at a time.
STEM professionals need to prioritize the social impact of their work. Interdisciplinary teams at UMBC are researching methods to support these efforts.
Wye Oak recorded their first albums using student resources available on campus. Since their days in Fine Arts, the band has found international acclaim.
If Peter Wood ’06, theatre, is doing his job well, you’ll never notice what he’s doing. It should look effortless and natural, smooth and, well, magical.
Marking the centennial of the 19th Amendment, three experts acknowledge how systemic racism plagued the women’s rights movement from its roots.
Theresa Bruce didn’t set out to be a teacher—she had her sights set on being a hot-shot lawyer. So how to explain her last decade as a city teacher?
Examining a history of slavery requires having access to the records of the past. After all, writing one’s own history, too, is an act of emancipation.