The Class of 2004

Published: Jun 29, 2004

The Class of 2004


This academic year, UMBC awarded degrees to over 1500 undergraduates and over 300 graduate students from the Class of 2004.  

UMBC’s Class of 2004 includes students headed to prestigious graduate programs at universities including Princeton, Stanford, NYU, Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland Schools of Law and Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill, Boston, William & Mary, Rice, Emory, Indiana and Columbia.

Other students have secured jobs across a wide spectrum of corporations, nonprofits and government agencies, including IBM, Northrop Grumman, Booz Allen Hamilton, ABC News, National Cancer Institute, Titan Systems, T. Rowe Price and SAIC. Many will teach at public schools across Maryland.

Addressing the graduates at the University’s May commencement ceremonies were two speakers who are leaders in their fields. Dr. William A. Haseltine, chairman and chief executive officer of Human Genome Sciences, Inc. (HGSI), was the Graduate School’s keynote speaker, while Xerox Corporation’s Ursula Burns, president of business group operations and corporate senior vice president for Xerox, shared her five “keys” to a successful career at the Undergraduate Commencement ceremonies.

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