KAL on Campus
by Richard Byrne ’86
When renowned political cartoonist Kevin “Kal” Kallaugher came to UMBC, he wanted to push his craft into the digital age. He did that – and much more – by spurring innovative research and prodding a new generation of students to get involved in politics and media. Read more…
Sondheim Scholar Ari Ne’eman has plunged headlong into the maelstrom of controversy over autism. His goal? To give autistics – including himself – a significant voice in the debate. Read More…
Four UMBC alumnae talk about how they’ve broken ground in politics and their thoughts about a bright future for women at the ballot box. Plus: UMBC dean and political science professor Cheryl M. Miller examines women’s electoral aspirations in U.S. history. Read More…
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
– ALUMNI PROFILES
- Night Shift in the War Room – Benjamin Lloyd ’05, M.P.P.
- Acting the Part – Matt McGloin ’05, theatre
- The Joy in Discovery – Paula Whittington ’01, biological sciences
- Soldiering On – Michael Graham ’84, M.P.S.