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5 ways to use real estate investing to achieve your financial freedom

Good morning!

Just sharing an article I came across last night. You can READ IT HERE.

It’s an excellent piece written by John Majalca for Inman News on how a buy-and-hold strategy can help you retire well before 65. 75 more words

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UMBC's Y Preschool Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

The Y Preschool at UMBC celebrated its grand re-opening on Tuesday, August 25 as the campus community gathered to reaffirm UMBC’s commitment to providing high-quality early childhood education. 274 more words

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F. Chris Curran, School of Public Policy, Writes About Teacher Overtime Policy in Education Week

F. Chris Curran, a new assistant professor in the School of Public Policy, recently wrote a letter to the editor about including teachers in overtime pay discussions that was published in  237 more words


Christelle Viauroux, Economics, Finds that Mandatory Life Jacket Use Could Reduce Recreational Boating Deaths by 80 Percent

A new study by Christelle Viauroux, an associate professor of economics, found that requiring recreational boat operators to wear life jackets would increase the odds of surviving a boating accident by 80 percent. 212 more words


Tim Brennan, School of Public Policy and Economics, Comments on Net Neutrality in the Brisbane Times

Tim Brennan, professor of public policy and economics, was quoted in a recent Brisbane Times article about the possibility of proposed net neutrality rules in Australia. 215 more words


Sarah Jewett, STEM Transfer Student Success Initiative, and Susan Martin, CWIT, Write Series of Op-eds for Evolllution

Sarah Jewett, executive director of the STEM Transfer Student Success Initiative, and Susan Martin, associate director of the Center for Women in Technology, recently co-wrote a two-part series op-ed for  203 more words

Science & Technology

John Fritz, Instructional Technology, Discusses Course Feedback Study in PBS Newshour

A recent PBS Newshour report explored how universities are using big data to help students succeed. John Fritz, assistant vice-president for instructional technology, was interviewed about his study, which uses course feedback to improve student performance. 66 more words

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