Recently, UMBC recognized associate vice provost for strategic initiatives, and professor of practice in College of Engineering and Information Technology, Renetta Tull, for her transformative leadership in advancing diversity in STEM.
The Cybersecurity Industry Demand continues to grow. In fact, Cybersecurity at UMBC grew five times in six years!
UMBC is dedicated to the wellness of its campus community, providing a lot of healthy resources. Wellness starts with being conscious of one’s health, balance, and ability to cope with life’s stressors.
Are you considering applying to grad school and aren’t sure what your first step should be? Well, you’ve already covered the first step by deciding that you want to apply.
A past UMBC Meyerhoff Scholar has been appointed as the new health commissioner for Baltimore City. She is the first African American woman to serve in this role.
One of the best ways to know what to expect from a career in data science is to chat with someone who is in the field. We were fortunate enough to speak with a data science career professional to get his opinion on what it takes to launch a successful career in data science. Daniel […]
This past Thursday, we celebrated UMBC Giving Day, a way for people to give back and support UMBC students and projects. The good vibes and happiness spread on campus as supporters donated to causes that matter to them.