Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
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.
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.
One of the crucial things that community leadership does is it brings people from a lot of different lenses together.
UMBC researcher, Glenn Wolfe, and his team are helping scientists to understand the impact level of methane gas in our atmosphere through their innovative efforts.
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.
Ever wonder what could happen when you decide to pursue something not for money, prestige, or advancement, but for the pure love of learning and sharing?
UMBC encourages an entrepreneurial spirit, especially when it comes to pursuing innovative and creative ideas.
UMBC and the United Way of Central Maryland teamed up in a Design Thinking project to bring awareness to the ALICE program, an important community program to help Maryland families during times of need.
This week, we learned that two UMBC student groups innovated and earned their place in the winning seats among four other USM student groups for creating a COVID-19 mobile app.