UMBC Professor awarded $1.5 million for groundbreaking research
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UMBC Professor awarded $1.5 million for groundbreaking research

UMBC’s very own Gymama Slaughter, a professor of computer science and electrical engineering, was recently…

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MTA to introduce 140 new buses for Baltimore public transit
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MTA to introduce 140 new buses for Baltimore public transit

The Maryland Transit Administration has finalized plans for the purchase of 140 new buses to…

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Climate Action Plan review critiqued for slow progress
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Climate Action Plan review critiqued for slow progress

As UMBC looks to revise its Climate Action Plan, concern grows among students and faculty…

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UMBC student helping those with disabilities like her own
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UMBC student helping those with disabilities like her own

For one UMBC student working on her dissertation in robotics, the grind never stops. Even…

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UMBC launches program to address food insecurity
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UMBC launches program to address food insecurity

UMBC has recently launched Retriever Essentials, a partnership-based project aimed at combating food security in…

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Salsarita’s price hikes upset students
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Salsarita’s price hikes upset students

As of the Fall 2017 semester, the Salsarita’s on campus began increasing prices for certain…

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