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Filling the Gap: Can Technical Management Save the World?
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Passionate UMBC Faculty in the ISD Field | Dr. Greg Williams
The demand for skilled technical project managers is growing at a time when more and more are retiring, according to a recent report from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
A Digital Strategic Opportunity | UMBC Industry Roundup
UMBC’s Instructional Systems Development Programs are led by a distinguished faculty of practitioners in the ISD field. Our Faculty in Focus today is Dr. Greg Williams, Program Director.
UMBC Students Receive Career Guidance through Mentorships
UMBC’s Meyerhoff Scholars program continues to illustrate the power of increasing diversity in STEM fields. UMBC learned a lot of valuable lessons from that model when it launched the Cyber Scholars program in 2013. As a result, UMBC has stepped up as a model for cyber workforce development.
When it comes to career guidance, UMBC’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology advisory board continues to step up and offer students the key ingredients to success.