CRESST II space science consortium to receive $87.5 million from NASA Goddard

“This grant—and the important partnership it represents—will enable us to continue research that advances science and benefits our state and beyond,” says President Freeman Hrabowski. “Moreover, it will create opportunities for students to prepare for careers by working alongside world-class experts.” Continue reading CRESST II space science consortium to receive $87.5 million from NASA Goddard

Roy Meyers publishes primer on the federal budget process, outlining anticipated hurdles for Trump administration proposal

“The bottom line is that the White House publicized a target of $54 billion…in cuts without receiving any feedback from agencies about the feasibility of making them,” writes Meyers, professor of political science. Continue reading Roy Meyers publishes primer on the federal budget process, outlining anticipated hurdles for Trump administration proposal

Michael Lane wins $40,000 in grants to conduct field work in central Greece

“This news is fantastic,” says Lane, an assistant professor of ancient studies. “The pledge of money for 2018 assures that I will be able to complete the bridge to a more extensive landscape archaeology project to be realized from 2019 onward and involving more students in a field school.” Continue reading Michael Lane wins $40,000 in grants to conduct field work in central Greece

UMBC receives grant to strengthen sexual assault prevention and response, joins MHEC in sharing campus climate survey results

UMBC and nine partner institutions have received a three-year, $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to create new strategies to prevent, respond to, and investigate sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence, and stalking, and to strengthen trauma-informed survivor services. Continue reading UMBC receives grant to strengthen sexual assault prevention and response, joins MHEC in sharing campus climate survey results

Denise Meringolo examines the relationship between public history and civic engagement in new article

“By identifying experiments in community-based education…we can open up more nuanced critical perspectives on the intersections among teaching, learning, and community development,” writes Meringolo, an associate professor of history. Continue reading Denise Meringolo examines the relationship between public history and civic engagement in new article