Want to know the secret to career success? It’s taking the challenge to think bigger, to learn and grow, and to leverage that in your current situation.
UMBC’s Graduate Program in Community Leadership and St. Francis Neighborhood Center partnered together for a semester project.
UMBC’s Graduate Program in Community Leadership partnered with Baltimore Votes this past semester. Graduate student, Vicki Franco, and Co-Founder of Baltimore Votes, Sam Novey, worked together on community initiatives to bring more awareness to voting in Baltimore.
UMBC’s Graduate Program in Community Leadership and Thread partnered together for a semester project to add a new mentorship concept to their current model.
In this webinar, we explore diversity and inclusion in robotics: The black in robotics initiative.
Managing Talent During COVID 19 brings many challenges. Tune into this insightful session where UMBC’s I/O Psychology graduate program director, Dr. Elliot D. Lasson, engages the perspectives of IO and HR professionals. Learn more about UMBC’s IO Psychology graduate program: http://umbc.edu/io
As professionals, it’s critical that we build a rich network. Professional networking allows us to share and tap into knowledge and skills that can help us improve overall processes on a professional and personal level.
The Health IT field is extremely people-centered and produces a tangible outcome that impacts most everyone in society. The healthcare environment is rapidly changing, creating an ever-present need for qualified professionals to step up and contribute to important work that can make a true difference in the lives of others.
Professionals who want to take their engineering skills to the next level will benefit from UMBC’s Professional Engineering Graduate Programs.
“Failing is a stepping stone to progress,” says UMBC graduate faculty instructor, Dr. John J. Johnson, IV. Behind every success story is a story of where someone learned a lesson and grew stronger from that.