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Professional Programs Blog

  • While it can be difficult to admit when you’re wrong, it can help you develop as a growth-minded person if you remain open to learning from mistakes.  This is especially […] The post 4 Ways to Develop from Mistakes appeared first on Office of Professional Programs.
  • March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions of women throughout history. From scientists and artists to activists and politicians, women have made significant […] The post UMBC Celebrates Women’s History Month appeared first on Office of Professional Programs.
  • Online learning has many advantages for those who are self-directed and self-motivated. However, many students are hesitant to embrace remote learning as they believe it can be distracting and may […] The post Three Advantages to Online Learning appeared first on Office of Professional Programs.
  • Are you considering a career change into college teaching? Are you looking for ways to make an impact in the lives of college students? Look no further than this episode […] The post Embracing an Encore Career in Teaching [Podcast] appeared first on Office of Professional Programs.
  • Study groups can benefit you if you’re looking for an outlet to help encourage better study habits. In fact, study groups can be a great way to supplement the material […] The post The Benefits of Study Groups appeared first on Office of Professional Programs.

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