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Round Up: UMBC in the News

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. Dr. Hrabowski discusses his experiences in the Civil Rights movement on the Kojo Nnamdi Show Amy Hurst, information systems, studied assistive technologies in the maker community and created tools to help the public make useful objects. Maryland Unites: UMBC Community Service Leave Justin Vélez-Hagan, School of Public Policy, Weighs in on Puerto… Continue Reading Round Up: UMBC in the News

Staying in the Loop – Donta Henson ’13, health administration and policy

Staying in the Loop is a new post series from the Chapter of Black and Latino Alumni (CBLA) that seeks to create connections between alumni, faculty, staff, and other supporters of UMBC and CBLA. Click here for more information about CBLA. Name: Donta Henson Major: Health Administration and Policy Grad year: 2013 Q: What do/did you enjoy most about being a part of the UMBC community? The energetic and diverse learning environment. Q: UMBC is approaching its 50th anniversary (2016) and certainly the campus has come a long way – from a small commuter school to the nation’s #1 “up-and-coming” university – in such a relatively short period of time.… Continue Reading Staying in the Loop – Donta Henson ’13, health administration and policy

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