The goal of most graduate students is to learn new knowledge that they can apply in the workforce right away.
Join us for this episode of UMBC’s Mic’D Up Podcast featuring Elyse Preston, a graduate student in the Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership Graduate Program at UMBC. We chat about her educational and entrepreneurial journeys and how they have led her to open her small business venture, Be More Connected.
Being prepared for opportunities when they arrive is something most every smart professional seeks. The time to prepare for opportunities in an industry like Cybersecurity is now so that when those opportunities present themselves, you are ready.
At UMBC, we love to hear stories of how our students end up in our classrooms. For Kiaron Bailey ’21, M.P.S. Community Leadership, the reason was very clear.
When it comes to career success, an agile mindset can take a professional to new levels. Michael Schlitzer ’21, M.P.S. Data Science, understands this and is primed to pivot in his career journey.
The journey from student to practitioner is a rewarding one, especially when you can apply the very things learned in the classroom to the real-world.
At first sight of the the word frustration, most of us might not relate it to something positive. But Chuck Rainville ’21, PBC, UMBC Data Science Graduate Program, feels it was instrumental in his learning.
One of the crucial things that community leadership does is it brings people from a lot of different lenses together.
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing UMBC graduate student, Michael Schlitzer, about his experience studying Data Science at UMBC-Shady Grove. Here’s what he had to say!
In this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up Podcast, we welcome alumna, Natasha Wedderburn ’17 & ’20, MPS Biotechnology & MPS Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership, to chat about weaving an entrepreneurial spirit into science when it comes to the pursuit of a new venture in community gardening and composting in Baltimore City.