A UMBC research team has been awarded a grant by the U.S. Department of Energy to advance nuclear fusion energy research. The significant part of this research is that fusion energy does not emit greenhouse gases.
The UMBC Career Center works with the UMBC community to empower their professional career aspirations through a variety of services.
UMBC prepares its students for careers in the world of science and technology to help them uncover the deepest of information that codes the world and the universe into what it is today.
UMBC’s Geography and Environmental Systems programs prepare their students for careers that will help them fight environmental issues such as global warming, energy conservation, and other climate changes.
UMBC’s Center for Cybersecurity prepares students for careers that will help them protect against cyber attacks. One such area of cybersecurity concern stems from the popular bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets. The decentralized nature of free access to these markets comes at a security cost though.
This Fall semester, UMBC is offering an exciting course available as a credit and a non-credit course: Brewing I: From Raw Materials To Fermentable Wort. For M.P.S. students, the course is named Emerging Topics in Biotechnology (BTEC 655).
Recently, The International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE) approved UMBC’s updated SYST 660 Systems Engineering Principles course for Academic Equivalency. This will allow any student who receives a final score of 80% or better to waive the Knowledge Exam for INCOSE’s SE Professional certification program, both at the Associate (ASEP) and Certified (CSEP) levels.
UMBC researcher, Glenn Wolfe, and his team are helping scientists to understand the impact level of methane gas in our atmosphere through their innovative efforts.
As we prepare to return to campus this Fall semester, many are excited to see familiar and new spaces. One building in particular that many UMBC community members enjoy is the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building because of its open spaces that encourage dialogue and transformative learning.
UMBC has been voted as a top place to work in Maryland many times. This is no surprise to those who are fortunate enough to be a part of this collegial, encouraging community. Daily we are reminded of why UMBC is such a special place to work and learn.