These Individualized Study instructors eagerly invite the students into the mystery and wonder of the world with reverence—and a healthy dose of skepticism.
One of Kate Tracy’s longest-standing and most important descriptors is “Maxine Tracy in a different form,” laughs Tracy. “A feistier version of my grandmother.” She’s honoring Maxine with an endowment in her name to UMBC’s Women’s Center.
Thirty years later, Lewis still feels a sense of real connection to the campus and works to help other alumni engage with students and the institution.
Louise Izat and Donna Helm met their first week of classes in 1966. More than 50 years later, the pair endowed a scholarship for students working in education.
This UMBC senior took a drab wall outside OCA Mocha and transformed it, giving local coffee lovers a floral feast for the eyes.
Many Retrievers aspire to create a community that treats each member as a whole person deserving of respect, no matter their age or identity. These two Rising Stars are doing just that.
The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic has prompted many Asian American parents to enroll their children in remote learning.
In-person preschool classrooms provide opportunities to build social skills, which enable children to develop friendships and cope with challenges.
Online classes have changed the game for a specific population—former students who paused their education are returning to complete their degrees.
COVID-19 allowed this mother/daughter research pair to see how their areas of expertise overlapped.