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.
Whether you’re 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.
Attendees will also be eligible to win a $200 scholarship during their session (restrictions apply)!
Join us for an evening with UMBC-Shady Grove Professional Program graduates who are doing incredible things in their fields. You'll hear directly from our alumni about why they chose UMBC-Shady Grove and how their degree helped them to achieve their goals. You can also ask questions and gain insight into opportunities our alumni benefitted from that you might want to pursue as well.
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.
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.
Network with fellow biopharma, academic, and government professionals and learn about the rapidly-growing field of cell and gene therapy. Featuring keynote speaker Peter Marks, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. Contact Mark Schenerman (email@example.com) or Mike Tarlov (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Join us virtually to interface with the Office of Professional Programs, Graduate Program Directors, and International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County! This session will allow you to receive information and ask questions about the University, our Professional Programs, and how to begin your studies in the U.S.