One of the things that makes UMBC great is how wonderful our alumni, students, faculty, and staff are. Because of these amazing people, UMBC often finds itself “in the news,” so each week, we’ll be sharing with you a round-up of the most newsworthy achievements from our community.
- Joan Shin, Education, Writes about the International Children’s Song Approach in The Conversation
- Manil Suri, Mathematics, Writes New York Times Op-ed on The Politics of Yoga in India
- Kimberly Moffitt, American Studies, on Midday with Dan Rodricks and WBAL-TV
- Rebecca Adelman, Media and Communication Studies, Questions Assumptions Surrounding Shark Attacks in Discovery
- Robert Provine, Psychology, Explains Why We Yawn in Wired Magazine
- Manil Suri, Mathematics, Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage on Public Radio International
- Maurice Berger, CADVC, Latest “Race Story” in The New York Times
- Govind Rao, CBEE, Describes Medicines on Demand Research to Bioprocess Online
- UMBC Women’s Swimming and Diving Earns CSCAA Scholar All-America Status
- Fiske Guide to Colleges Names UMBC a 2016 “Best Buy”
Read more at UMBC Insights!
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