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Researcher of the Week
Mark White

Meet Mark...
He is a Photography major and an URA Scholar. His future plans are to expand his research in infrared photography further into more types of environmental conditions and geographic locations to determine the effects these changes have on the technology.
Read his abstract here...

 

 

New Student Book Experience

Thank you to our partners!
We would like to thank the Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Division of Student Affairs, the Latino Hispanic Faculty Association, and the Dresher Center for the Humanities for sponsoring Ms. Nazario's visit to our campus. Thier assistance made this event.

 

 

Undergraduate Research Workshop
How to Get Started in Research

Wednesday, October 8
12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m.
Sondheim Rm.108
Come one, come all - All Majors are welcomed!

 

 

Did You Know?

The Undergraduate Degree Requirements can be found here. Take charge of your academic career!

 

 

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Enriques Journey

Thank you to our partners!
We would like to thank the Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Division of Student Affairs, the Latino Hispanic Faculty Association, and the Dresher Center for the Humanities for sponsoring Ms. Nazario's visit to our campus. Thier assistance made this event.

We would also like to thank all who contributed to or participated in the many opportunities that Ms. Nazario's visit provided. A special Thank You to faculty members who assigned their students to attend the lecture or encouraged attendance. We had a record crowd.

A recording of the lecture will be available soon for classroom use only. Contact Jill Randles for more information. jrandles@umbc.edu

Note: Pictures from the event will be made available as soon as possible.

 

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Considered adding a First-Year Seminar?

New students, first-years and transfers, interested in making a smooth transition to the University should consider adding a First-Year Seminar (FYS) or a course with the "Introduction to a Honors University" seminar connected to it to their fall schedule. FYS courses are listed in the schedule of classes, and a list of courses with the IHU can be found at:

IHU Schedule



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Transfer students should also check out our TRS 201 seminars. These courses are specifically designed to support new transfer students in their transition to UMBC and assist in preparing students for the work expected in 300- and 400-level courses.

Undergraduate Research TabWorkshops are available for the opportunistic student who wants to succeed in undergraduate research. Now is the time! Carpe Diem!

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