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Naming Opportunities at UMBC

You might be surprised by the diversity of opportunities for you to leave your mark at UMBC. From putting your name or that of a loved one on a seat in the theatre or a brick in the UMBC Stadium Complex, to helping to build The Retriever Learning Center in the Albin O. Kuhn Library, to endowing a scholarship or fellowship, you can be a part of UMBC’s future by supporting the programs that mean the most to you.

Learn more about specific naming opportunities below, or contact Kim Robinson, Director of Capital Campaigns and Donor Relations, at 410-455-3700 or trowbrid@umbc.edu for more information.

Performing Arts & Humanities Building
PAHB The arts and humanities connect us all by helping us understand the nature of the human condition and the broader cultural and social constructs that make up our lives. These disciplines have always played an important role in the lives of UMBC’s students.

The Performing Arts & Humanities Building will enhance UMBC’s teaching, research and public outreach and will heighten the visibility of the arts and humanities as major components of campus and community life. Every student – representing every major at UMBC – will take classes there, making it a cornerstone of student and alumni experiences to come.

A number of naming opportunities exist within the building, including classrooms, laboratories and studios, theatre and concert hall seating, faculty offices, an outdoor courtyard, as well as lobby space. To learn more about the Performing Arts & Humanities Building, visit www.umbc.edu/pahb. To speak to someone further about naming opportunities within the building, contact:

Tom Moore
Director, Arts & Culture
410-455-3370 | tmoore@umbc.edu

Greg Simmons
Vice President, Institutional Advancement
410-455-1452 | gsimmons@umbc.edu

Retriever Learning Center at the Albin O. Kuhn Library
Library The student mind never sleeps; therefore, there is a need for a place on campus where active learning can take place at all hours.

The Albin O. Kuhn Library is the backbone of UMBC’s campus – and it is a central part of the student experience. That’s why it is the perfect location for a 24-hour center designed to embody – and inspire – the life of the mind.

The Retriever Learning Center at the Albin O. Kuhn Library will provide a space where students can engage groups in a highly visible way. Although the Center will be enclosed for safety purposes, the space inside will be designed with freedom of thought in mind. Comfortable furniture will move around easily to accommodate students as individuals and in groups; the wireless environment integrate with library holdings and mobile video screens to encourage collaboration and active learning.

Naming opportunities within The Retriever Learning Center include vending machine area, conference room, lounge, or the full center. Learn more about plans for The Retriever Learning Center by visiting http://aok.lib.umbc.edu/spaces/rlc.php. For more information about naming opportunities, please contact:

Larry Wilt
Director, Albin O. Kuhn Library
410-455-2356 | wilt@umbc.edu

Greg Simmons
Vice President, Institutional Advancement
410-455-1452 | gsimmons@umbc.edu

UMBC Athletics: Pave the Way Project Fund
Athletics Track Pave the way for a new Plaza at the UMBC Locker Room Complex. By purchasing a brick, you can leave your mark on the newly renovated facilities at the UMBC Stadium Complex and show your support of all Retriever teams.

Visit http://www.umbcretrievers.com/info/brick_order.pdf to learn more about UMBC Athletics’ Pave the Way project, or contact:

Kevin Gibbons-O’Neill '86
Asst. Athletics Director, Fundraising & Development
410-455-1512 | oneillb@umbc.edu

CASTLE
UMBC’s College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (CNMS) has created the CNMS Active Science Teaching and Learning Environment, or CASTLE, to develop and enhance innovative, inquiry-based instruction in its key foundational courses. The CASTLE responds to the need for appropriate space on campus to host new active learning initiatives in science and mathematics and is part of a continuing emphasis on student success and retention. Naming opportunities exist within CASTLE; to learn more contact Caroline Baker at 410-455-8171 or cbaker@umbc.edu.

Endow a Scholarship or Fellowship
Endowments are essential to the livelihood of a University. With the establishment of an endowment, the donor has the opportunity to leave a legacy and to build a strong foundation for UMBC. Endowments provide funds in perpetuity and can be tailored to meet the specific interest or passion of the donor and the needs of the University. Endowment opportunities include scholarships, fellowships, chairs or professorships, and academic and research awards. Learn more here.

Campus Benches
UMBC has several benches throughout campus that are available for dedication. Each dedicated bench includes a plaque. The cost to dedicate a bench is $2,500. To learn more, contact Kim Robinson at 410-455-3700 or trowbrid@umbc.edu.