“Probably the most important thing about the master’s program is the fact that it is career-oriented.” Thejus Chakravarthy ’05 M.A. ISD.
There is a shortage of workers in the Biopharmaceutical Industry. The specific areas where qualified professionals are needed most are in advanced manufacturing, cell and gene therapies, and combination products.
Three UMBC-affiliated artists were granted fellowship awards in Film and Media at Johns Hopkins University. The fellowships are granted to help nurture the socio-political impact of their projects in advancing the art and craft of audiovisual media.
We invite you to listen in to this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up with Dr. Greg Williams, graduate program director for UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology graduate programs, formerly known as ISD.
The transition from being completely on campus to completely online was tough for everyone; students, professors, and other faculty and staff members have had to dramatically readjust their lives over the course of the past few months.
When you can take your passion and marry that with a career, you are primed for career success. Xue Yang, M.P.S., Data Science ’19, shares why choosing UMBC’s graduate program in data science helped her to carve out her career as a data scientist at NewWave.
UMBC sits at the forefront of scientific advancements, illustrated poignantly by a team led by UMBC’s Dipanjan Pan and their recent development of an experimental diagnostic test to rapidly detect the novel coronavirus causing COVID-19.
Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
Curious about what a day-in-the-life of a systems engineer looks like or what it takes to be a successful one? Tune in to this short podcast with UMBC industry expert and faculty member, Fred Highland.
We sat down with UMBC M.P.S. Data Science graduate student, Spandan Gupta, to talk about her journey from India to America to study. She shares candid insights about her experiences.