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Kudos to you all!

I received an invite to Facebook yesterday. Was that you?

If so, stop pressuring me. *Ahem* What I meant to say was, thank you. And I’ll think about it. 304 more words

Humor

iCubed@UMBC Poster Takes First Place at APPAM

A poster, “Obtaining Experimental Evidence Regarding the Effectiveness of Interventions Intended to Support the Success of Freshman STEM Undergraduates,” presented by Public Policy doctoral student Ann Kellogg, was awarded first place among 64 posters presented at the November 6 poster session of the 2014 Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 89 more words

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UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame Welcomes Seven New Inductees

Seven former UMBC student-athletes will be inducted into the UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. A dinner and subsequent ceremony will take place at the Westin BWI Airport Hotel, beginning at 6 p.m. 110 more words

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Garage Sale Fundraiser

Saturday, November 8th

Thanks to Denise and all of those who donated items to our garage sale fundraiser. We were able to raise another $175 for the garden. 8 more words

Events

Center for Aging Studies Researchers Present at 2014 Gerontological Society of America National Meeting

UMBC’s Center for Aging Studies had a strong presence at the 2014 Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting earlier this month in Washington, D.C. The conference brought together more than 4,000 leading researchers in the field of aging. 418 more words

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New Hope for People Living with Paralysis

UMBC and UMB scientists are working together to build sensors that can be sewn into clothing to detect the gestures of people with paralysis. This technology has tremendous potential as a cost-effective way to empower people with limited mobility, such as enabling a person to turn on a light by waving a hand over their arm or knee. 100 more words

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Surdna Foundation Awards Grant to Imaging Research Center for Liz Lerman Residency

The Surdna Foundation, which is dedicated to fostering sustainable communities in the United States, has awarded $95,882 to the Imaging Research Center, in partnership with the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, to establish a Spring 2015 residency by renowned choreographer… 567 more words

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