COEIT News Archive

From UMBC News and Magazine

Infrastructure of support after Key Bridge collapse

In 1987, Paul Flinton, then a 23-year-old senior studying at UMBC, decided to make a short documentary focused on the tollbooth workers on the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The six-minute...

Posted: June 13, 2024, 1:40 PM

Putting UMBC Research on the Map

Spring on UMBC’s main campus brings a host of familiar sights and sounds: blooms on the magnolia trees, the chatter of red-winged blackbirds calling from the reeds around Library Pond, greening...

Posted: May 30, 2024, 10:42 AM

A Journey of Growth

International travel offers ample opportunities to stretch yourself—one minute you may be the expert and the next, completely clueless about how something works. Retrievers currently in the...

Posted: May 29, 2024, 2:32 PM

A Journey of Growth

International travel offers ample opportunities to stretch yourself—one minute you may be the expert and the next, completely clueless about how something works. Retrievers currently in the...

Posted: May 29, 2024, 2:32 PM

A resilient Class of 2024 celebrates its successes

UMBC’s graduating Class of 2024 knows a thing or two about resilience. Many of this year’s 1,900-plus graduates began their collegiate journey at the onset of a global pandemic.  This week,...

Posted: May 24, 2024, 4:03 PM