In this latest episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up podcast, we chat with graduate faculty, Mr. Quincy Wright, MBA, CCM, PMP, about the importance of operating in the professional world of engineering and project management through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We sat down and spoke with graduate instructor, Hillel Glazer, about the Product Development Using Second-Generation Agile course he is teaching in Spring 2022.
Recently, we sat down with Concetta Dudley, J.D., M.B.E., program director of UMBC’s graduate program in Biotechnology. She shared her insights about the Biotechnology industry, why it’s an exciting time to be in it, how professionals can best enter into the field, and her personal journey to her career at UMBC.
The Learning and Performance Technology Graduate Program (LAPT) at UMBC is specifically designed to help Instructional Designers learn and grow. The program is portfolio-based. This feature allows students to build a tangible working portfolio that becomes their intellectual property.
Tune into this episode of UMBC’s Mic’D Up with special guest, Paul Martin, graduate faculty with UMBC’s Systems Engineering Graduate Program.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Ray, professor with UMBC’s graduate programs in systems engineering, chatted with us about his career path, the courses he teaches, where he feels the industry is heading and how best students can succeed in the ever-changing landscape of technology.
Choosing a career is one of the most critical decisions one will make in their life. It can be the difference between a life full of passion and fulfillment or of one full of regrets and dissatisfaction.
We sat down and chatted with Sally J. Scott, Program Director of UMBC’s Graduate Program in Community Leadership. We spoke about her recent contribution in a report she co-authored with Seema Iyer of the Jacob France Institute at the University of Baltimore titled Overcoming Barriers to Home Ownership in Baltimore City.
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.
Edward Raff, Ph.D., Adjunct Instructor for UMBC’s Graduate Programs in Data Science recently published an intriguing research paper on Quantifying Independently Reproducible Machine Learning.