The “Lost and Found” archive is a space for people to memorialize what could have been – and to record what can now emerge, in its absence.
UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski talks about alumni leadership during the pandemic, UMBC’s Golden Commencement, and a symbol of hope in tough times.
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.
Without randomized-controlled trial evidence to guide them, doctors risk wasting resources on ineffective treatments or causing harm to patients.
Will this unusual semester yield lasting, innovative teaching practices? These UMBC instructors are working to make that happen.
The FDA approved Remdesivir as an emergency use treatment for the most acute cases of COVID-19.
The pandemic necessitates fighting on all fronts. UMBC alumni and students are in the thick of that battle.
An infectious diseases doctor shares safety guidelines for dealing with deceased loved ones and the reasons why, from a scientific perspective.
Stories like The Decameron give us a window into medieval life during the Black Death – and how some of the same fissures opened up between the rich and the poor.
Two anti-malarial drugs approved for use by the FDA in treatment of COVID-19 may have dangerous side effects, as well as give people false hope.