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Guest feature: Sarah Hansen is the STEM Communications Manager at UMBC. Follow along with UMBC on Facebook and Twitter. A new degree program developed jointly by UMBC and Montgomery College (MC), and soon to be offered at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG), will create opportunities for students of all backgrounds to pursue

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iCyberCenter bwtech@umbc
InternationalIT and Cybersecurity

Guest feature: Dinah Winnick is the Director of Communications and Megan Hanks is the Communications Manager at UMBC. Follow along with UMBC on Facebook and Twitter. The bwtech@UMBC research and technology park has officially launched the iCyberCenter@bwtech to support companies from the United Kingdom and other nations as they establish themselves in Maryland.

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UMBC CyberDawgs
IT and Cybersecurity

Maryland’s cybersecurity sector includes some of the most imaginative and innovative entrepreneurs in the field of information security. Surprised? Take a look at these names – Sourcefire, Light Point Security, RedOwl, SecurityDo (now Fluency), and EnVeil. As a start-up or emerging business, each company reached the finals of the RSA

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UMBC Research Services
Education & Research

Guest feature: Sarah Hansen is the STEM Communications Manager at UMBC. Follow along with UMBC on Facebook and Twitter. Dean Bill LaCourse, of the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (CNMS), has been working for 20 years to build up a set of core analysis and imaging facilities at UMBC,

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UMBC Tel Aviv University MOU
Education & Research

Governor Larry Hogan today joined officials from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that promotes academic cooperation between the two universities. The agreement, which is the first one between the two universities, establishes

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Johns Hopkins University ranked first in the nation in research spending among top-ranked research institutions, the Washington Post reports. The Baltimore-based university spent $2.1 billion on research and development in the fiscal year ending in 2012, including a large portion in biomedical research, according to the article. Other Maryland institutions—University

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Who will defend government agencies and businesses from a growing number of online threats? Whether the attacker is a hacker next door or a foreign government operative, a new generation of cyber warriors is honing their skills in Maryland. Students and professionals across the state, competed this week in the

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Full-time college and university students are eligible for free admission to the CyberMaryland 2013 conference, Oct. 8-9 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Students must register online by Oct. 1, and use the case sensitive code UMstudent to receive complimentary admission. The normal discounted rate for full-time students is $55. Governor Martin O’Malley launched CyberMaryland in January 2010 to support the

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The Maryland Cyber Challenge is seeking a new generation of “aspiring cyber warriors” this fall at the Baltimore Convention Center. The Science Applications International Corporation, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) announced plans for the third annual competition on Monday.  The competition aims to attract students

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Maryland Economy

Housing starts rose 15 percent in September, and building permits were up across the country, too, according to U.S. Commerce Department figures reported by the Associated Press. Single-family home construction was up 11 percent to the fastest rate in four years and apartment construction was up 25.1 percent. The Sun

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