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Two Retrievers, Freshman Kelechi Nwanaga, financial economics and Tony White ‘18, mechanical engineering competed in the javelin finals at the NCAA Track and Field championships.
UMBC and the University of Limpopo in South Africa determined on June 12th that they would be combining forces to facilitate joint research and exchange programs.
Erle Ellis, a professor of geography and environmental systems, is a part of the Anthropocene Working Group, a group made to examine the application of the word being used to describe the current geological setting of the earth, defined by humans.
UMBC’s Office of the Provost decided to put a university-wide initiative into place in order to commemorate the outstanding faculty at UMBC, and the first recipients were announced last month.