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Revitalization and the Start of Something New

Hello to anyone reading this, it has definitely been a while. The last year and a half has been filled with many things; learning, travel, work, laughter, new experiences. 247 more words


UMBC Women Who Rock: Rehana Shafi

UMBC Women Who Rock is a blog series I’m working on throughout the 2014-15 academic year (and now perhaps beyond). In my role as Women’s Center director, I have some of the best opportunities to become acquainted with some of UMBC’s best and brightest women on campus. 1,223 more words


UMBC Professor Setting Example For The Next Generation

Dr. Anne Spence is a professor of the practice of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and is very involved in the recruitment, training and retention of students in her field. 446 more words


St. John’s Paired with Vanderbilt for Opening Game of Maui Invitational

The St. John’s men’s basketball program will open the 2015 Maui Jim Maui Invitational against Vanderbilt on Nov. 23 as revealed Tuesday with the official bracket for the 32nd annual event. 309 more words

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Child: "Christian Scientists work in religious labs" and other senryu. A thanks to Dr. Robert Deluty

It’s not everyday that a poet includes you in a book dedication. So when Dr. Robert Deluty, a beloved colleague from UMBC, included me in the dedication for his latest book, A Mingled Yarn, I not only read the book, I devoured it! 908 more words


Fun With Flags

I’ve always been fond of flags, and a flagpole is as natural in my front yard as is the grass. Over the years, I’ve made dozens of visits to… 374 more words

Howard Co. Mom Develops Computer Science Camp For Youth

CATONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ)–The number of women entering the fast growing computer science field has been dropping.

Now as Mike Schuh reports, a Howard County mom decided to do something about it. 252 more words