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UMBC is named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution

“Retrievers have a deep understanding of the value of diverse experiences, identities, and cultures,” says Brian Souders, UMBC’s Fulbright program advisor. “They know that the world they dream of can only be made possible by reaching together in mutual understanding.”

UMBC grads ready to travel the world as Fulbright Scholars

“This year’s Fulbright Scholars demonstrate the excellence of the humanities and social sciences at UMBC, as well as the centrality of global understanding to a contemporary liberal arts education,” says Scott Casper, dean of CAHSS.

Congrats, Class of 2018! UMBC celebrates students making history.

UMBC students have rewritten the record books in 2018. With graduation around the corner, and our soon-to-be new Retriever alumni preparing for graduate school, careers, and research around the world, we reflect on all they have achieved.

Michael Lane wins $40,000 in grants to conduct field work in central Greece

“This news is fantastic,” says Lane, an assistant professor of ancient studies. “The pledge of money for 2018 assures that I will be able to complete the bridge to a more extensive landscape archaeology project to be realized from 2019 onward and involving more students in a field school.”

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