UMBC assistant professor of information systems, Jianwu Wang, is analyzing climate data with the goal to develop more efficient cause-effect relationships that affect the planet.
We sat down with Dr. Eileen O’Brien, program director of UMBC’s graduate certificate program in College Teaching and Learning Science. She shared a glimpse into her personal journey in teaching and where she is today in her career at UMBC.
Recently, UMBC researchers received a Fast Grant to study potential antiviral treatments for COVID-19. Working together on this study, researchers hope to get critical results immediately.
Today, we are joined by Dr. Eileen O’Brien, program director of UMBC’s graduate certificate program in College Teaching and Learning Science. Dr. O’Brien spoke with us about the program, its course curriculum, how the program will address industry needs, who can benefit from it, and how it will give professionals a competitive edge.
In this fourth video in our four-part series on resume preparation and cover letter writing, Dr. Elliot Lasson, program director of UMBC’s I/O Psychology graduate program presents tips for success.
Tune into this video podcast on Cybersecurity During COVID-19 and Other Emergencies, presented by UMBC Cybersecurity program director, Dr. Rick Forno.
Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
UMBC prepares its students to claim their future by providing them the resources to flourish both in the classroom and in their future careers.
The transition from college to the “real-world” can be hard, confusing, and especially demanding. You’ve always been asked, “what’s next”? In order to answer that question, here is some advice for college graduates.
In part three of our job workshop series, we take a look at the essentials when it comes to professionalism in the workplace.