UMGC Students in Kuwait Practice Social Distancing

At Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, University of Maryland Global Campus Professor Gordon Leitch, PhD, is teaching Math 103 to his students poolside because their regular classroom is not big enough to practice “social distancing.” Unfortunately, the students can’t enjoy a post-class swim because the pool is closed due to the coronavirus.

For coronavirus-related information for UMGC stateside students, faculty, and staff view UMGC news HERE.

For updates on overseas divisions, visit UMGC Asia or UMGC Europe.

Get the Latest Information as University of Maryland Global Campus Responds to the Coronavirus Pandemic

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

As concerns grow about the spread of coronavirus disease, University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) remains focused on the health and safety of its students, employees, alumni, and guests.

For coronavirus-related information for UMGC stateside students, faculty, and staff view UMGC news HERE.

For updates on overseas divisions, visit UMGC Asia or UMGC Europe.

Top tips from UMGC’s “Veteran” Teleworking Employees

As UMGC adjusts to teleworking for nonessential employees following Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s recent coronavirus directive, UMGC “veteran” teleworking employees share some tried and tested tips for work-from-home success. With over 26 years of combined teleworking experience between them, eight UMGC employees took some time from their work-from-home schedules to share their insights, tips, and strategies with those who are new to the world of telework.Continue Reading

Get the Latest Information as University of Maryland Global Campus Responds to the Coronavirus Pandemic

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

As concerns grow about the spread of coronavirus disease, University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) remains focused on the health and safety of its students, employees, alumni, and guests. View UMGC news HERE for more information.

 

Upcoming UMGC Exhibit Will Explore Light’s Effect on the World Around Us

The exhibition Sharon Wolpoff: Wherever I Turn I See Light and its opening reception have been postponed until further notice.

UMGC Galleries and Exhibitions Temporarily Closed

To protect the health of the University of Maryland Global Campus community and visitors, the Arts Program galleries and exhibitions are temporarily closed to support the university’s efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus disease. Updates will be posted on the UMGC Arts Program webpage as they become available.

 Realist painter Sharon Wolpoff experiments with illumination to accentuate her oil paintings, giving them a geometrical quality.  In the upcoming University of Maryland Global Campus Arts program exhibition “Wherever I Turn I see Light,” viewers can explore for themselves the effect of light on the world around us and gain a better understanding of the artist who has traveled the world to take advantage of the sun’s magnificent rays in the execution of her work.Continue Reading

She Took a Chance on a Pioneering Degree—and Never Looked Back

Twenty years ago, Dawn Edmiston’s professional trajectory was on the rise. She had a solid job at IBM, which she had joined after working at PwC and a stint trotting around the globe with the Discovery Channel. But Edmiston found herself looking for something new. She wanted to be an educator.

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UMGC Opens Servicemember Education Centers

In U.S. cities with strong military populations, University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) is dropping anchor. It is doing so through stand-alone education centers offering classes and in-person advisory services focused on veterans, servicemembers and their families.

The strategy stretches UMGC’s servicemember opportunities beyond classrooms in overseas military facilities. Continue Reading