We recently chatted with I/O Psychology professional and UMBC alum, Twisha Thakore ’19, M.P.S. I/O Psychology. We spoke about the critical elements, qualities, and skills needed to be effective as an I/O Psychologist. Accordingly, she highlighted the importance of safeguarding the delicate balance between business and the human element.
The hiring process can be daunting for organizations. IO Psychology professionals like Kendra Lyons ‘ 09, M.P.S. IO Psychology, help to make the process easier and less risky by providing valuable insights into the hiring process.
When it comes to making an impact in the field of I/O Psychology, one of the first skills necessary is in learning new things. Life is constantly changing, and with those changes comes a need for flexibility and new knowledge.
In the field of Biotechnology, the focus on cell & gene therapy continues to advance our potential to improve lives.
Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field, especially in the state of Maryland.
UMBC and United Way of Central Maryland recently partnered up on a project with students from UMBC’s Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership graduate program to brainstorm new ways of approaching business goals. We spoke with graduate student, Mehrshad Devin, about his experience working with his peers to bring ideas to the table. Storytelling is Powerful “Attending […]
UMBC and United Way of Central Maryland recently partnered up on a project with a UMBC Intrapreneurship class to brainstorm new ways of approaching business goals. We spoke with Franklyn Baker, President and CEO of United Way of Central Maryland, to discuss this collaborative project.
What does it take to raise the level of grassroots efforts in a community? It takes leaders who are willing to open their hearts and minds to the possibilities before them.
Community leadership is about transparency and compassion. According to Keenan Hickman ’22, M.P.S: Community Leadership, it’s about being somebody in the community who advocates for something that’s bigger than themselves.
What does it take to make communities thrive? How can leaders be the change agents communities need and deserve to keep them healthy and sustainable?