Ten UMBC speakers had the opportunity to share their stories about the world at the student-organized TEDxUMBC virtual event. The theme of the event was “Unmasking Uncertainty” and surprisingly was dreamed up before COVID-19 surged globally.
Networked technologies integrate into every aspect of society, business, and government. This presents innumerable opportunities for adversaries to disrupt modern society. And UMBC’s Cybersecurity Graduate Programs prepares its students to respond to such disruptions.
UMBC’s Master’s in Health Information Technology program prepares experienced working professionals to fill a range of opportunities within the health care profession. This is especially important in today’s current pandemic and tomorrow’s post pandemic environment when accuracy and efficiency are critical.
UMBC’s Biotechnology graduate programs challenge students to think outside the box in order to innovate and solve many complex issues facing humankind.
NSA Profiled UMBC as a Center of Academic Excellence for Cybersecurity Research (CAE-R) in a recently published video that showcased UMBC’s commitment to excellence.
UMBC shared its recent Public Health Dashboard and, as of October 21, our campus has a 0% positivity rate. The dashboard provides timely data about the prevalence of COVID-19 within our main campus.
Recently, it was announced that bwtech@UMBC received an Economic Development Administration grant to launch a cybersecurity venture fellowship program that will help support the development of cybersecurity companies in Maryland.
UMBC’s cybersecurity capabilities and expertise are well-established and well recognized, both locally and nationally.
UMBC encourages an entrepreneurial spirit, especially when it comes to pursuing innovative and creative ideas.
Today’s Industry News highlights cool science and tech discoveries advancing us. These articles mirror the innovative mindsets of our UMBC community members who are driven to extend beyond to bring to life new ideas and breakthroughs that can positively move us forward.