We look forward to 2021 and beyond, we share a common hope, to once again be in community with one another.
The first half of UMBC’s academic year looked different from years past, but Retriever pride remained steady as the community pulled together.
In a recent essay, President Hrabowski notes, “In difficult times, we come to know who we are.” Never has that been more true than this year or at this point in our nation’s history.
COVID-19 allowed this mother/daughter research pair to see how their areas of expertise overlapped.
Campus programs are finding creative ways to encourage connectedness online, relying on equal parts vulnerability and light-hearted fun as the foundational building blocks.
Alumna leading the Governor’s Office of Service and Volunteerism draws on her UMBC grit to coordinate COVID-19 response across Maryland.
Retrievers are participating in politics on all levels—students as engaged citizens, professionals protecting our census data, artists illustrating complex ideas, and more.
UMBC’s international education expert foresees six major ways that the expected decline in international enrollment will change U.S. higher education and the economy.
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.
Although they are decades apart, the graduating Class of 2020 has made just as indelible a mark on UMBC as the first graduating class in 1970.