Innovative Breakthroughs | UMBC Industry News
3 Questions for Accelerating your Technical Career as a Manager
UMBC’s assistant professor of biological sciences, Erin Green, has been conducting innovative research to help further our understanding of the complexities involved in aging. Such research provides insights and creates curiosity that helps drive further innovation.
Paving a New Way in GIS Leadership | Student Success Stories
Sure, you’re an engineer, developer, or technical professional, but now you’re ready to be a manager. Maybe you’ve already started the transition to management without asking for it.
Be an Effective Group Member in Graduate School
We sat down with Gabriel Borroni, M.P.S. ’10, geographic information systems, to learn how his UMBC education has helped shape his GIS leadership skills.
Stories of Success: Aayush Sharma, UMBC Engineering Management Graduate Program
Learning how to be an effective group member is one of the core lessons in graduate school. As a graduate student, you’re going to have to work as part of a group at some point in the course of your program.
Aayush Sharma, Engineering Management Graduate Program Alumnus, came to UMBC as an international student from India. He has since led a successful career in Project Management in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We sat down with him to discuss his coursework, international student experience, and involvement in student organizations. Choosing the Engineering Management Graduate Program Aayush came […]