Firm Foundations

Dedicated staff members are a key element in UMBC’s rise to prominence.

Every December, the UMBC community gathers together for the university’s annual Service Awards. It’s an...

Working the Water

Melanie D. Harrison-Okoro ’11, Ph.D. environmental science, was raised outside Tuskegee, Alabama, where her family taught her to catch bass and catfish on Lake Martin. “My...

Talk Up the Town

The challenges facing Baltimore City are significant – and have garnered international headlines. But listen to Tom Sadowski ’89, political science and public administration and...

Power Player

Ernie Kent ’77, M.P.P. public policy, recently returned to campus to talk about her time as one the first group of 12 students enrolled in UMBC’s public policy master’s...