Tag Archives: UMBC

Guest Post: Emily Molleur, Program Management Specialist in the Office of the Executive Director

The Impact of Poverty on Crime in Montgomery County On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, students ViNiceia Carter and Michelle Nyden from the UMBC Social Work program and Camila Thorpe and Andrew Hart from the UMCP Criminology and Criminal Justice program, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Gabriella Faty, USG Career Services Coordinator

One thing that I emphasize with students, is the importance of networking and creating a LinkedIn profile. Having your LinkedIn profile up-to-date and active is highly recommended. What’s even better is knowing how to use LinkedIn to your advantage. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Haminat Kareem, Political Science Student Organization Co-President, UMBC Political Science Student

The Election of 2016: Brief Reflections on this Deviant Cycle This semester, I am taking a course on the U.S. Presidential Election; as a co-president of the Political Science Student Organization (PSSO) at UMBC-Shady Grove, I knew we would host … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Faith Kamei, USG Student Council President, UMBC Psych/Social Work Student

My highlight of the groundbreaking was literally breaking ground alongside people who I believe are influential to our educational system. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ashley Waters, Associate Director, UMBC

Attending classes at a campus with nine universities allows you to contribute to the evolution of partnerships and engage in tackling complex challenges. It offers you the opportunity to invest in your future, while at the same time investing in the future of your local economy and community. No matter how you see it, being part of a university center like USG is truly one of a kind! Continue reading

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