How to Conduct a Productive Meeting

There is a spirit of collaboration at UMBC among students, staff, and faculty that remains dynamic through well-thought out meetings. To conduct a productive meeting takes some planning. In this article, we explore ways that you can make your next meeting run smoothly and productively.

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Elements of Career Success | UMBC Industry News

As we prepare to return to campus this Fall semester, many are excited to see familiar and new spaces. One building in particular that many UMBC community members enjoy is the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building because of its open spaces that encourage dialogue and transformative learning.

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Supporting Remote Employees | UMBC Industry News

This past week, UMBC’s I/O Psychology Graduate program hosted a free webinar with leading I/O and HR experts to discuss Managing Talent During COVID-19. In today’s Industry News, we take a look at ways managers can support employees while working remotely and some cool tech and science news.

Systems Engineering Instructor Jeffrey Ray

Systems Engineering – A Professor Bringing His Experience to the Classroom

Dr. Jeffrey S. Ray, professor with UMBC’s graduate programs in systems engineering, chatted with us about his career path, the courses he teaches, where he feels the industry is heading and how best students can succeed in the ever-changing landscape of technology.

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Ways to Stay Motivated in Online School

There is no doubt that taking classes, especially university classes, is already hard enough. Now it’s all online? It seems like everything students once knew about their learning experience has been stripped away from them, leading them to feel unmotivated and uncertain about their classes. Here are a few ways to combat those feelings.