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May 13, 2004

In the News, May 14, 2004

CWIT in The Sun
UMBC's Center for Women and Information Technology was featured in an article, "Bridging the Gender Gap," in the High-Tech Education special section that appeared in The Sun on May 7. The article on efforts Baltimore-area colleges are making to encourage women to study information technology featured photos and quotes from CWIT director Claudia Morrell and students Verity Rowell and Candice Scarborough.

UMBC Training Centers in The Sun
The UMBC Training Centers were featured in the May 7 High-Tech Education special section of The Sun. "A New Milestone in Project Management," included quotes from Kent Malwitz, director of business development at UMBC/TC, on certifications for project management.

President Hrabowski in The Sun
Sun columnist Gregory Kane featured President Hrabowski and his recent lecture on the Brown vs. Board of Education decision in his column on May 8.

Thomas Blass, Psychology, in the Sunday Telegraph
Thomas Blass, professor of psychology and an expert on the life and work of psychologist Stanley Milgram, was mentioned in an article about the abuse of prisoners in Iraq that appeared on May 9 in London's Sunday Telegraph newspaper.

Stephen Holden, Information Systems, in Federal Computer Week
Assistant professor of information systems Stephen Holden was quoted in the May 10 issue of Federal Computer Week in an article on the technological modernization of the IRS.

Library Gallery Exhibition in the Catonsville Times
The current exhibit on display at the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, "We Shall Overcome: Photographs from the American Civil Rights Era," was featured in the Catonsville Times on May 12.

Tom Schaller, Political Science, in The Sun
Tom Schaller, assistant professor of political science, was quoted on May 13 in The Sun in an article about Governor Ehrlich's recent comments on multiculturalism.

Posted by dwinds1 at May 13, 2004 12:00 AM