UMBC community garden

Blue Orchard Bee to the Rescue | UMBC Industry News

The UMBC Community Garden was founded by students in 2014 and includes research plots, a regenerative permaculture food forest, and a bee hive. Committed to sustainability and green space, UMBC continues to be a source of conservationist inspiration. In this week’s Industry Roundup, we take a peek into the world of bees and how they are […]

entrepreneurs

Inspiring Entrepreneurs | Faculty in Focus – Gib Mason

When it comes to inspiring entrepreneurs to reach their fullest potential, Gib Mason–Program Director for UMBC’s Entrepreneurship, Innovation,and Leadership (EIL) Graduate Program–understands what’s at stake.

cyberspace

The New Cyberspace | UMBC Industry News

UMBC’s Cybersecurity Graduate Program Director, Richard Forno, recently wrote an article in The Conversation about a new cyberspace target in weaponized information.  In this week’s Industry Roundup, we delve into the idea of how tools can be used to target people’s perceptions and thought processes.

smartphone

The Stuff of Smartphones | UMBC Industry News

UMBC’s graduate certificate program in Integrated Product Development and Manufacturing provides students a unique, hands-on experience with a selection of fabrication tools for an improved understanding of the capability of each manufacturing process.  In this week’s Industry Roundup, we delve into the product world as we take a look at the wondrous material that product […]