UMBC’s BUILD a Bridge to STEM internship program offers students an opportunity to work in small teams to tackle real world research questions. In this week’s Industry Roundup we take […]
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Recently, UMBC astronomer, Kenji Hamaguchi, published research in Nature Astronomy that confirms the emission of cosmic rays from binary star systems.
Why should you attend a graduate programs open house when you can simply find a wealth of information online?
Data science is a career with many opportunities. One main reason – In many industry jobs today people are beginning to deal with large volumes of data. Many still use […]
Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
The Building a Diverse Cybersecurity Talent Ecosystem to Address National Security Needs report identified and recognized the University System of Maryland’s efforts to increase the number of students who earn […]
Instructional designers are in need, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. And, it’s no surprise that presentation is everything when it comes to standing out above the competition. […]
UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology Programs are led by a distinguished faculty of practitioners in the ISD field. Our Faculty in Focus today is Dr. Greg Williams, Program Director.
UMBC’s Meyerhoff Scholars program continues to illustrate the power of increasing diversity in STEM fields. UMBC learned a lot of valuable lessons from that model when it launched the Cyber […]
When it comes to career guidance, UMBC’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology advisory board continues to step up and offer students the key ingredients to success.