UMBC’s Graduate Programs in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering teach students how to address real-world problems through an innovative approach. In this week’s roundup, we catch a glimpse of how innovation can have major impacts on our planet.
Aayush Sharma, Engineering Management Graduate Program Alumnus, came to UMBC as an international student from India. He has since led a successful career in Project Management in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We sat down with him to discuss his coursework, international student experience, and involvement in student organizations. Choosing the Engineering Management Graduate Program Aayush came […]
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The mission of UMBC’s Center for Women in Technology (CWIT) is to identify the areas in science, technology, and engineering where women are significantly underrepresented. In this week’s roundup, we catch a glimpse of this major gender gap in the technology industry.
If you’re deciding to go back to school, one of the largest obstacles may be figuring out how you’re going to finance graduate education. There are countless resources out there to assist you in finding thousands of dollars in scholarships, grants, and loans. You just have to know where to look. Find Scholarships and Grants […]
In this week’s Industry Roundup we take a peek into a new Earth, finding meaning in work, digital number plates, technology and the workforce, and gene-editing technology.
In this week’s Industry Roundup we take a peek into DNA IQ testing, women in STEM, Fakebank malware, satellite imagery, and non-surgical implants offering new hope.
Initially, Liz Ducey came from a biology background with the goal of working in environmental science. She went on to gain graduate credentials and professional connections from UMBC’s Geographic Information Systems Program.
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