UMUC Cybersecurity Professor Examines Voting Security as 2018 Mid-term Elections Approach
Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats and other high-ranking U.S. national security officials recently confirmed that Russia’s interference in the November 2016 presidential election was not an isolated breach but is an ongoing event, according to reports by CNN and other media.Continue Reading
Joint Art Exhibition Features Artist and Mentor
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) celebrates artists Floyd Coleman and Hayward Oubre in a joint exhibition on view Sept. 30 through Jan. 20 at the UMUC Arts Program Gallery, lower level, College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, Adelphi, Maryland.Continue Reading
Tomiko Evans, a University of Maryland University College (UMUC) alumna who graduated in May with a master’s in cybersecurity technology, was honored as a cybersecurity Rising Star nominee by the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) at the organization’s 5th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards. The event, held at the Tower Club at Tysons Corner, Virginia, August 17, celebrated women who are leading change in the cyber field.Continue Reading
Professor Elena Gortcheva’s students understand the significant—potentially transformative—ways in which data analytics affects our lives. Gortcheva, program chair for the Master of Science in Data Analytics program at University of Maryland University College (UMUC) mentored two UMUC student teams that recently presented winning projects at the IBM Watson Data Analytics Global Competition at Shanghai, China—taking first- and third-place awards for their efforts.Continue Reading
Only 26% of working U.S. adults with college experience strongly agree that their education is relevant to their work and day-to-day life, according to the May 2018 report “From College to Life: Relevance and the Value of Higher Education” released by Gallup, Inc. and Strada Education Network.Continue Reading
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) presents “Thursday Thoughts,” a new series of Facebook Live interviews moderated by UMUC Chief Academic Officer Alan Drimmer, Ph.D., and featuring discussions with UMUC scholar-practitioner faculty members and noted special guests on a wide range of timely topics in higher education.
Watch the latest interview. On June 28, Barry Douglass, program chair of the systems engineering specialization under UMUC’s Master of Science in Information Technology degree program, talked about the developing systems-engineering field—a discipline that’s increasingly critical to the “success of our ever more complex technological society.”Continue Reading
Barry Douglass, Ph.D., describes himself as “engineering through and through,” and says he is pleased to focus his career on systems engineering because it is a “growing field of knowledge increasingly critical to the success of our ever more complex technological society.”
This Thursday June 28, Douglass, program chair of the systems engineering specialization under the Master of Science in Information Technology degree program at University of Maryland University College (UMUC), outlines the trends that may have the greatest impact on the information technology field in the months ahead—the tools and trends that ultimately will change how we work.Continue Reading
There is a lot of unrecognized talent walking around America, Dr. Peter Smith, told viewers during his June 14 live interview on Facebook. “From a policy perspective, that’s a huge national problem that is hurting our country,” added University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Orkand Endowed Chair and professor of innovative practices in higher education.
See Smith’s interview, moderated by UMUC Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Alan Drimmer, on UMUC’s Facebook page.Continue Reading
“The plain fact is that millions of Americans have historically faced huge barriers to getting the education and the jobs that they want.” – Excerpted from “Free-Range Learning in the Digital Age: The Emerging Revolution in College, Career, and Education,” by Dr. Peter SmithContinue Reading
Take an already stressed water supply system. Add climate change to the mix. You now have a recipe for significant challenges that not only affect water use—but also its availability.Continue Reading