Filmmaker Jules Rosskam, assistant professor in the Department of Visual Arts at UMBC, was awarded a prestigious Creative Capital Award in 2021 to support production of his new feature film, Desire Lines.
Learning and play can look a lot alike. Both call for creativity, curiosity, practice, and reflection. That’s why some Retrievers are combining the two.
These Individualized Study instructors eagerly invite the students into the mystery and wonder of the world with reverence—and a healthy dose of skepticism.
It was at UMBC that Arteche decided to delve into other ways of exploring their identity and visibility through art and culture.
Educational technology reseacher sees three trends that shrink the role of traditional college professors: Rise of AI, erosion of tenure, and flipped classrooms.
UMBC is excited to announce the 32nd annual Alumni Awards. While the in-person ceremony may be smaller than past years, we are celebrating more alumni than ever.
A historian reflects on how governments and societies have traditionally responded to low marriage and birthrates with various persuasion techniques.
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”?