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April 18, 2012
President Hrabowski named one of TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World
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FREEMAN HRABOWSKI NAMED ONE OF TIME MAGAZINE’S 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN THE WORLD (BALTIMORE, 4/18/2012) -- TIME named Freeman Hrabowski, president of UMBC, to the 2012 TIME 100, the magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The full list and related tributes appear in the April 30 issue of TIME, available on newsstands on Thursday, April 19, and now at time.com/time100.
The list, now in its ninth year, recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals. As TIME Managing Editor Richard Stengel has said of the list in the past, “The TIME 100 is not a list of the most powerful people in the world, it’s not a list of the smartest people in the world, it’s a list of the most influential people in the world. They’re scientists, they’re thinkers, they’re philosophers, they’re leaders, they’re icons, they’re artists, they’re visionaries. People who are using their ideas, their visions, their actions to transform the world and have an effect on a multitude of people.”
Follow @TIME for updates about the list on Twitter (Hashtag is #TIME100) and at Facebook.com/TIME.
About TIME: TIME is a global multimedia brand that reaches more than 50 million people and includes the domestic and international magazine editions, tablet versions for iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Kindle Fire and Nook Color, TIME for Kids, TIME.com and mobile. TIME.com draws 11 million unique visitors a month and has more than 3.3 million Twitter followers. TIME leads the mobile app space with more than 4.2 million total app downloads across all platforms, including iPhone, Blackberry and Android.
About UMBC: UMBC combines the emphasis on teaching found at the best liberal arts colleges with the innovation of a research university. Our 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students come from more than 150 countries and take full advantage of all the Baltimore and Washington, DC, area has to offer. UMBC students work alongside faculty who are leaders in their fields; think about the hard questions of society, science and creative expression; and then move beyond the classroom to make a difference. UMBC is a member of the University System of Maryland, and The Carnegie Foundation classifies it as a university with high research activity. Learn more at www.umbc.edu.
Posted by eashburn at April 18, 2012 6:55 AM