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This fall, most UMBC courses will be offered online with enhanced teaching techniques. A limited number of classes will include in-person elements. Learn more about UMBC’s plans for fall, support for students, and health resources.

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Featured News

Low-cost infant incubator developed at UMBC completes successful clinical trial in India

A standard incubator found in a newborn ICU costs between $1,500 and $35,000—beyond the means of many hospitals in low- and middle-income countries. This new UMBC-designed incubator costs only $200 and has performed on par with a standard incubator in its first clinical trial. Continue reading Low-cost infant incubator developed at UMBC completes successful clinical trial in India

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UMBC international students build community online during COVID-19

“The mission of the Ambassador Program is to ensure you feel connected with your peers as soon as you become a part of the UMBC community,” says Natalie Lobb. “It’s important to know that you are never alone, that you always have someone you can lean on.” Continue reading UMBC international students build community online during COVID-19

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UMBC receives $870K NIH grant to launch ESTEEMED Scholars program that brings engineering into biomedicine

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

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Take a Virtual Walk Around Campus

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.

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