The enduring legacy of racism in America was told by three members of the “Black 14,” the University of Wyoming football players who were cashiered from the team in 1969 for proposing to protest racism.
Two transformative forces―the influx of non-traditional students in higher education and the rapid shift to online learning during the coronavirus pandemic―have come together to expose significant shortfalls in outmoded academic integrity standards as well as to highlight the opportunity universities have to reimagine those standards.
“3 W’s” Video Is One of Six Creative Multimedia Presentations on Staying Safe, Healthy while Waiting for COVID Vaccination Recognized by USM Task Force and Corporate Sponsors
The duo of University of Maryland Global Campus graduate student Cory Wilkerson and collaborator Stephen Brouillette, a University of Maryland, Baltimore County alumnus, is one of six winning teams announced today by the University System of Maryland (USM) COVID Research & Innovation Task Force as part of its Public Health Challenge, undertaken with the generous support of several local organizations.
If more than 100,000 certified teachers joined the labor force tomorrow, it still would not be enough to meet the shortfall in schools across the country. University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) is addressing that workplace gap through an accelerated online program that not only carries participants through to a master’s degree but saves them time and money along the way.
Accomplished Government Relations Executive to Oversee Expanded Portfolio, Serve on University’s Executive Committee
Adelphi, Md. (Feb. 8, 2021) –University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) President Gregory W. Fowler, has elevated Chief of Staff Frank Principe to senior vice president of Government Affairs and Strategic Partnerships. Principe will remain a key advisor to the president and serve on the university’s Executive Committee. He assumed his new responsibilities on Feb. 1 and will continue to serve as chief of staff until a replacement is named.
Effort Includes Joint Statement, Video PSA and Stepped-Up Campus Advocacy Activities
Baltimore, Md. (Feb. 3, 2021) – University System of Maryland (USM) Chancellor Jay A. Perman and presidents of the system’s 12 universities have joined together in a special promotional effort to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations across Maryland. This multimedia campaign—designed to dovetail with state activities to promote the safety and efficacy of vaccines, especially in communities with vaccine hesitancy—will also highlight the many ways USM faculty, staff, and students are contributing to fight the pandemic.
For more than 112 years, the National Press Club has been the center of news in Washington as the nation endured two world wars, the Great Depression, the Cold War, civil unrest and terrorist attacks. Its doors were always open to journalists and news sources.
And that is how Mike Freedman expected it to be when he assumed his one-year term as National Press Club president in January 2020. Freedman, the senior vice president and journalist in residence at University of Maryland Global Campus, was looking forward to capping his journalism career with UPI and CBS Radio News with an active year similar to those of his 112 predecessors.
Partnership provides affordable and accessible transfer pathways for students to earn a degree
Adelphi, Md., and Mountain View, Calif., Jan. 27, 2021 – University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), the nation’s largest online public university, has announced a new partnership with Study.com, LLC, a leading online and mobile learning platform. The partnership provides an affordable transfer pathway for students to earn a college degree through courses taken through Study.com’s College Accelerator solution and UMGC.
The Black Lives Matter Movement is allowing a new generation to define the struggle for equality and to learn who their allies are, Dr. Clayborne Carson told a University of Maryland Global Campus audience gathered virtually on Jan. 21 to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Every generation must determine who we are—and answer the question, “Where are we heading?” he said.
Renee Cordero could be an excellent source for accounting advice.
The University of Maryland Global Campus 2018 graduate was named a winner of the 2019 Elijah Watt Sells Award given by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants for those who excel at taking the CPA Exam.
Of the 75,000 people who took the exam, Cordero was one of only 133 who scored a 95.5 on all four of the exam sections, all on the first try of taking them.