Generations   UMBC Alumni Newsletter
Spring 2000



Valuable Partnership  

  Valuable Partnership

Working with Thomas Rabenhorst, geography and environmental systems professor, Scott Edmonds '75 has recruited and hired 50 alumni such as Tina Graziano '95 over the past 15 years at his MapQuest.com office in Columbia, MD.

Seeing the Big Picture  

  Seeing the Big Picture

Wenke Hwang Ph.D. '98 was recently reunited with classmate Chun-chig (Jim) Chang Ph.D. '91 and his mentor Marsha Goldfarb, economics professor.

The Lure of Folk Tradition  

  The Lure of Folk Tradition

Millie Rahn '74, folklorist, studies living history and traditions through song, memories and daily experience.

Making Her Mark  

  Making Her Mark

Angela Adams '89, former track and field and cross-country athlete, works to improve low-income housing.

Blending Technology and Community  

  Blending Technology and Community

Generations catches up with UMBC faculty and administrators to get their perspectives on what life will be like 50 years from now.

UMBC in 2050  

  UMBC in 2050

"Universities will always be places where people go for inspiration because the passion of the experienced learner is so contagious."

Dishing up the Future: 
	Q&A with Warren Belasco  

  Dishing up the Future: Q&A with Warren Belasco

What will our children and grandchildren be eating in 2050? Generations speaks with Warren Belasco, American studies professor and expert on the historical, social and cultural meanings of food.

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