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From summer bridge programming to conference travel, The ESTEEMED Schoalrs program will support first- and second-year students, with the goal of preparing them to apply for advanced honors programs. Continue reading UMBC receives $870K NIH grant to launch ESTEEMED Scholars program that brings engineering into biomedicine
Our new 360° tour of UMBC may not be quite the same as an in-person visit, but it's a great start. And we hope to be able to welcome you to campus soon.