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New Engineering Faculty Bolster UMBC’s
Commitment to Earth-Friendly Research

“As scholars, we like to think, to solve interesting problems. As citizens of the world, we must also look at our values and make wise choices.”

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UMBC joins BRAIN Center to Advance Innovations in Neuro-Technologies

The BRAIN Center brings together experts from a wide range of topics. The goal is for it to become a neurotechnology hub by creating a pipeline from discoveries to solutions, while helping students, scientists, and engineers solve one of the greatest unmet medical and healthcare needs of our time.

UMBC’s Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence shares research on neurodiversity in language learning

Neurodiversity inclusion and representation have been at the forefront of Michael Canale’s 20-year career in the disability services and education field. Canale works with parents of neurodivergent students who worry that their child is incapable of learning another language.

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Jason Schiffman, Psychology, in The Baltimore Sun

Psychology Associate Professor Jason Schiffman is in the news again for his role in Maryland’s new Center for Excellence on Early Intervention for Serious Mental Illness. The center aims to...

Posted: October 21, 2013, 4:25 PM

Donald Norris, Public Policy, on WBAL-TV

The Gonzales Maryland Poll for October was released Thursday, and the results showed approval ratings dropping for Governor Martin O’Malley and President Barack Obama. The poll surveyed 819...

Posted: October 18, 2013, 4:07 PM