Graduate school can be tough on your personal schedule, especially when you have competing priorities. Learn how one successful graduate student at UMBC achieves balance while studying in the Master’s program Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Leadership.
When a student says she is prepared and ready for the next step in life, we consider that a success story worth sharing! We sat down with soon-to-be graduate, Jessica Gronsbell, UMBC Data Science Graduate Program, and asked her a few questions about her experience with the program, faculty, and peers.
UMBC’s ISD Graduate Program prepares students to enter the in-demand field of ELearning through relevant internships and a portfolio requirement, which offers tangible professional evidence of experience.
Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
One of the greatest soft skills you can learn as a professional is how to network with people in business. Yes, it helps to leverage industry specific skills, but the real catalyst to success starts with the soft skills.
Recently, UMBC’s Dr. Elliot Lasson wrote a blog article about performance reviews and how they typically bring about anxiety.
UMBC and NASA research scientist, Amy Lien, helped solve the mystery of an unusual flash in space that had astronomers and astrophysicists scratching their heads. Her team discovered the flash to be a monster black hole shredding a passing star.
The NSF recently announced they will provide UMBC with new funding for a program supporting faculty diversity in the biomedical sciences.