In this latest episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up podcast, we chat with graduate faculty, Mr. Quincy Wright, MBA, CCM, PMP, about the importance of operating in the professional world of engineering and project management through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
One of the greatest benefits of engaging in a learning experience is being able to take what is newly acquired and bring its value to the real world.
Life after the military has turned into a journey into education for UMBC graduate student, Cliff Taylor.
“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.
Sure, you’re an engineer, developer, or technical professional, but now you’re ready to be a manager. Maybe you’ve already started the transition to management without asking for it.
We sat down with Gabriel Borroni, M.P.S. ’10, geographic information systems, to learn how his UMBC education has helped shape his GIS leadership skills.
The demand for skilled technical project managers is growing at a time when more and more are retiring, according to a recent report from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Aayush Sharma, Engineering Management Graduate Program Alumnus, came to UMBC as an international student from India. He has since led a successful career in Project Management in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We sat down with him to discuss his coursework, international student experience, and involvement in student organizations. Choosing the Engineering Management Graduate Program Aayush came […]