Three UMBC faculty studying the human brain to offer options for treatment and early intervention

“We will be able to build critical tools that can noninvasively activate or block any part of the brain, and study their individual roles in functional networks,” said Fow-Sen Choa, one of the UMBC researchers to receive an NSF Neural and Cognitive Systems grant. Continue reading Three UMBC faculty studying the human brain to offer options for treatment and early intervention

Julie Ross explains how UMBC is preparing students for jobs of the future at Washington Post “Transformers” event

Julie Ross talks about challenges that universities face in training students for today’s jobs but says that skills like problem-solving and working in teams can be used in any career. Continue reading Julie Ross explains how UMBC is preparing students for jobs of the future at Washington Post “Transformers” event

Michael Nance receives distinguished Humboldt Research Fellowship for political philosophy research at Goethe University

The Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers award will allow Michael Nance to write book reconstructing the political philosophy an 18th century German philosopher. Continue reading Michael Nance receives distinguished Humboldt Research Fellowship for political philosophy research at Goethe University