Computer Science Virtual Career Readiness Symposium: Are You Career Ready?

Virtual

Throughout the month of April, UMBC at the Universities at Shady Grove invites you to attend our virtual Spring 2021 Computer Science Career Readiness Symposium! You will engage with representatives from Montgomery College, UMBC, UMBC-Shady Grove, USG, and local Computer Science industry leaders through a series of sessions each Friday from 1 – 2 p.m. This month-long symposium […]

Biotechnology Symposium: Rapid Development and Manufacturing of Vaccines

Virtual

FDA’s current regulatory framework assures highest safety standards for vaccines but drives a vaccine development to commercial delivery timeline of on average of 6-7 years from initial clinical study start. Some extraordinary events such as bioterrorism threats or pandemics can expedite the process. The speaker will discuss real-world experience with urgent development and stockpile of the smallpox vaccine.

Computer Science Virtual Career Readiness Symposium: Highlighted Industry Speaker

Virtual

Throughout the month of April, UMBC at the Universities at Shady Grove invites you to attend our virtual Spring 2021 Computer Science Career Readiness Symposium! You will engage with representatives from Montgomery College, UMBC, UMBC-Shady Grove, USG, and local Computer Science industry leaders through a series of sessions each Friday from 1 – 2 p.m. This month-long symposium […]

Common App Bash Appointments

Virtual

Are you planning to transfer to UMBC-Shady Grove? Do you need guidance completing and submitting the Common Application prior to UMBC's application deadline? Sign up for a virtual "App Bash" appointment to receive one-on-one assistance completing the application process and information about your next steps.

Common App Bash Appointments

Virtual

Are you planning to transfer to UMBC-Shady Grove? Do you need guidance completing and submitting the Common Application prior to UMBC's application deadline? Sign up for a virtual "App Bash" appointment to receive one-on-one assistance completing the application process and information about your next steps.

International Student Q & A: Biotechnology

Virtual

If you are an international student who is considering UMBC’s Biotechnology Graduate Program, join us on Wednesday, May 26 at 9:00 A.M. (EST) for an International Student Q & A for admitted and prospective Biotechnology students! During this virtual session, representatives from UMBC’s Center for Global Engagement, Biotechnology Graduate Program, and UMBC-Shady Grove will be available to answer your questions about the program, obtaining immigration documents and procedures, and the international student experience at UMBC.

I/O Psychology New Student Orientation

Virtual

New Student Orientation is an opportunity for incoming I/O Psychology students to receive information and resources that will allow them to make informed and appropriate academic plans, as well as acclimating them to the campus environment. Students will meet with faculty and staff, receive an overview of Graduate School expectations, as well as get their specific questions answered. Students will also meet with Shady Grove representatives and learn more about the Universities at Shady Grove and their facilities.

Professional Programs Virtual Open House – Summer 2021

Virtual

Join us for our upcoming Open House to explore how our graduate professional programs in Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Data Science, Organizational Consulting, Technical Management, and Training and Talent Development can help you meet your goals, build your professional network, and equip you with the technical, leadership, and management skills that employers are looking for. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with faculty and staff, gain information on financial aid and career opportunities, and find out why UMBC-Shady Grove is the perfect place to expand your education.

Fall 2021 Professional Programs Orientation

Virtual

New Student Orientation is an opportunity for incoming graduate students to receive information and resources that will allow them to make informed and appropriate academic plans, as well as acclimating them to the campus environment. Students will meet with faculty and staff, receive an overview of Graduate School and program/degree expectations, and have specific questions answered.