Like many adjunct professors at University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Daniel Grosse uses his “other” job to inform his teaching. For this faculty member in the Graduate Program in Environmental Management, however, that second job is not what students might expect.
Grosse operates an oyster farm.Continue Reading
For Milton Hall, the long, hard journey from growing up in Baltimore’s inner city to owning a successful business in Washington, D.C. started with watching “60 Minutes” on CBS every Sunday and culminated with earning an MBA from University of Maryland University College(UMUC).Continue Reading
ADELPHI, Md. (May 31, 2016)—Volunteers who care for severely injured military are often spouses, partners, family or friends who sacrifice careers and education in the long-term effort to help their loved ones recover.Continue Reading
Amid the fanfare of faculty, family and friends, nearly 3,600 of the 9,023 University of Maryland University College stateside graduates walked the stage and received their master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s diplomas in three separate ceremonies on Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, when UMUC held its 2016 stateside commencement exercises at the Xfinity Center in College Park, Maryland.Continue Reading
Six MAT Student Honorees Ace the Test
Teachers today need more than a command of the curriculum. To get high marks in the classroom, they must also look at whether their students have the knowledge and skills to be successful at whatever subject they are studying.Continue Reading
Just before their graduation ceremony, about 50 MBA students lined up to affix their signatures to an oath that pledged that they would conduct their work with integrity by making ethical and moral decisions.Continue Reading