In a recent episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up podcast, we sat down with Rebeccah Henry, M.P.S. ’22, Community Leadership to chat about community connections.
Many fields within graduate school require a research presentation, but only some students feel comfortable presenting.
UMBC’s STEM research spans from boosting math skills in biology to probing life’s origins on Earth.
In a tech-centric world, the heart of software engineering is more than code—it’s about forging connections, filling gaps, and uplifting communities.
UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology graduate programs help prepare graduate students to learn effective strategies to develop, design, and deliver effective in-person and online learning experiences.
In a world of constant change, stories of transition, transformation, and community action serve as beacons of inspiration.
Graduate school is an essential step in developing as a professional. That’s why it is important to measure your growth through goal setting.
Securing a software engineer interview is significant, but the path to success continues beyond there.
In a world where we need positive change more than ever, the role of leaders becomes increasingly crucial in empowering communities to thrive.
As a graduate student at UMBC, all academic milestones you reach are a testament to your hard work, dedication, and determination.