Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
The UMBC research community is working together to find solutions to address climate change. A team of researchers has concluded that meeting ambitious forest restoration goals will need wide support on an international level.
UMBC assistant professor of information systems, Jiaqi Gong, is working to reduce cancer recurrence rates through wearable technology. It’s through such technologies that we make life-changing advancements.
UMBC Cybersecurity Graduate Programs respond to the local and national need for trained cybersecurity professionals. At UMBC, we are focused on being cyber aware and celebrate Cyber Awareness Month this October.
In partnership with five universities, UMBC joins forces to launch the International Cybersecurity Center of Excellence to help secure critical systems against cyber attacks. In today’s Industry Roundup, we take a look at how one firm had to pay $70,000 to deal with a 2nd ransom attack. We also take a look at climate change, […]
The Community Leadership program at UMBC is designed to prepare aspiring and practicing leaders with the skills and experience needed to enact transformative social change.
Are you looking for a career in high demand? If so, the biotechnology job outlook looks promising.
UMBC’s Alan Sherman and colleagues were awarded more than $4.9 million over five years through a program with the NSF. The goal of the program is to increase the number of cybersecurity professionals that are trained to enter critical careers.