Research and Creative Achievement at UMBC

From Earthly Phenomena to Disruptive Thinking, GRIT-X Explores a Wide-range of Research and Creative Achievement!

Spiders, robots, climate change, Vaudevillian history, and more-this year’s GRIT-X event had something for inquiring minds of all kinds, with explorations into elements of the past, our collective present, and possibilities for the future.

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UMBC, UMB Receive $4M NIH REACH Grant to Create New Biomedical and Life Sciences Accelerator Program

UMBC is continuing its commitment to diversifying Maryland’s biomedical and life sciences ecosystem through its latest collaborative effort with the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) to develop a new life sciences accelerator program focused on faculty development and research commercialization efforts.

Kathleen Hoffman Contributes To Research On Animal Decision-making With Robotics Applications

11 species — from amoebas to humans — demonstrate similar patterns of movement. These results have implications for robotics, because robots must be programmed to make the same kinds of decisions animals do to move safely and efficiently through unpredictable environments.

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Baltimore Sun Features UMBC Student Research

“Annual conference showcases UMBC’s focus on undergraduate research,” the Baltimore Sun announced this morning. The article highlights the hard work of over 200 UMBC students who participated in...

Posted: April 26, 2012, 5:55 PM

Christine Routzahn, Shriver Center, in Diversity/Careers

Christine Routzahn, Shriver Center Director of Professional Practice, comments on the increasing value and popularity of internship opportunities in this month’s new issue of Diversity/Careers in...

Posted: December 2, 2011, 5:54 PM