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.
Anna Seferian found herself suddenly popular.
Her academic friends who had built their careers in traditional academic environments had just been told that starting the next week, they would have to finish the semester by teaching online.
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.
Michael Freedman, University of Maryland Global Campus senior vice president and journalist in residence, was sworn in Jan. 15 as president of the National Press Club, the leading professional organization for journalists.
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.
University’s Senior Vice President of Administration and Finance, CFO, Is One of 52 Selected for Professional Development Program
Annapolis, Md. (Feb. 19) – Leadership Maryland has announced that Lisa Kemp, the University of Maryland Global Campus senior vice president of administration and finance and CFO, has been chosen to participate in its professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland by harnessing the strength of the state’s local business and community leaders.
University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) barely had time to slip into its new name, designed to better reflect academia’s increasingly borderless landscape, when its administration announced a bold new plan. The university’s academic affairs division would be disassembled and, using the same pieces, rebuilt into a brand-new shape.
Two men—one with a rainbow button pinned to his denim shirt—stand in an unusual pose, set before a blindingly bright background. The man on the right rests his chin on his left fist, almost a dead ringer for Rodin’s “Thinker,” although his fist rests on the other man’s left shoulder. The latter, who wears his long hair in a beaded braid, dangles his left arm at his side, while his right cradles his black bag. The two are clearly a couple, although their posture suggests the kind of informality and unsmiling expression that rarely is the stuff of posed selfies these days.
Blakely R. Pomietto looked back over the influences of her life and made a decision: She would donate $50,000 to the Pillars of Strength Scholarship fund with the hope that it would be matched to double the amount.
Master Sgt. Marie L. Villegas, US Air Force (Retired) to Receive Gen. John W. Vessey Jr. Student Veteran of the Year Award
EVENT TO BE LIVE STREAMED AT CONNECTINGVETS.COM