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UMBC’s Mock Trial A-Team finishes 8-0, earning the top prize and two high-level individual awards.
UMBC was chosen as one of six universities to host the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue project this March.
In a recent interview at the Bipartisan Policy Center series on leadership, President Hrabowski shared his perspective on diversity and inclusivity.
Yonathan Zohar, professor and chair of marine biotechnology, and Ten-Tsao Wong, assistant professor of marine biotechnology, received a $670,000 grant to continue research into fish escaping from net pens and disease spread.
Scott Casper, Dean of UMBC’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, will now begin a three-year term with Maryland Humanities and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.