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U.S. News highlights UMBC as its IS Master’s Program lands a spot on the 2019 Best Online Information Technology Programs list.
Once again, The Baltimore Sun recognizes UMBC, ranking it as number 8 on the top places to work in Baltimore for 2018.
Colleen Burge, assistant professor of marine biotechnology, found that properly managing oyster aquaculture can limit the spread of disease to wild oysters, contrary to the popular opinion that disease is spread through aquaculture.
Aaron Smith, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UMBC, uses his two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to fight antibiotic resistance.
Amy Lien, an assistant research scientist, is part of a team of researchers working with NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory to find the source of an unusual blast that was spotted in June 2018.