Graduate School Fall 2022 Welcome Event

Join the Graduate School on Friday, August 26th from 3-7pm at The Commons for our Graduate School Welcome Event. This event will feature a community fair with campus organizations and offices, a light meal (vegetarian options available), and guest speakers including UMBC's new president, Valerie Sheares Ashby, and the Dean of the Graduate School, Janet […]

Fall 2022 Semester Begins

Welcome to a new semester!  The first day of the Fall 2022 semester is Wednesday, August 31, 2022.

UMBC-Shady Grove Retrievers United: Relationships & Building Community

UMBC-Shady Grove

Grab a bite to eat and join the UMBC-Shady Grove Staff to engage in discussions and activities that help promote relationship building and being a part of the UMBC-Shady Grove Community. We will also reflect on barriers that could prevent community building and getting involved such as negative self-talk and imposter syndrome.

UMBC-Shady Grove First-Generation Students, Staff, and Faculty Panel

Calling all First-Gen Retrievers! Join UMBC’s first-generation faculty, staff, and students for a virtual panelist discussion on what it means to be the first in their families to attend college. Our panelists will share their experiences with navigating through their academic, professional, and personal lives as first-gen students and professionals.

UMBC-Shady Grove – I Am First: Community Space for First-Generation Retrievers

Connect with other First-Gen Retrievers! Participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences with being first generation college students with other first-gen students at UMBC. This will be a space for building community and solidarity through personal reflections and sharing of resources.

Spring 2023 Classes Begin

Virtual via WebEx

Welcome to a new semester! The first day of the Spring 2023 semester is Monday, January 30, 2023.

UMBC-Shady Grove Professional Programs Open House

Whether you are considering a career change or you need a respected professional credential to transition into a management role, UMBC-Shady Grove's Professional Graduate Programs will help you achieve the career of your dreams.

2024 PTCMW-UMBC-Blacks in I/O Career Panel

On Tuesday, February 20, from 5 – 7 p.m., join the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington (PTCMW), the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) I/O Psychology Graduate Program, and Blacks in I/O Psychology for a career panel and networking event. Panelists will share their defining experiences as I/O Psychologists and offer career advice to students and early career professionals.