Professor emerita of biological sciences, Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg, has helped to advance the field of cancer immunotherapy through her dedicated work and was recently recognized by the American Association of Immunologists (AAI) as a Distinguished Fellow. It’s the work of dedicated scientists like Ostrand-Rosenberg, that help society to advance.
Last week, UMBC’s Rachel Brewster’s lab announced that NIH awarded them a two-year Exploratory Research Award to continue work on improving the preservation of organs for transplant. UMBC continues to be on the cutting edge of life-saving research.
Instructional designers are in need, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. And, it’s no surprise that presentation is everything when it comes to standing out above the competition. UMBC’s ISD graduate program prepares students for success by teaching the necessary skills to present themselves at their best. In this week’s Industry Roundup we’ll […]
UMBC’s Retriever Fleet Bike Share program is a great way for students, faculty and staff to get around campus, to help keep our environment clean, and to get exercise at the same time! And what makes this program even better is that it’s free!
In this week’s Industry Roundup we take a peek into DNA IQ testing, women in STEM, Fakebank malware, satellite imagery, and non-surgical implants offering new hope.