Danielle Kelly and Taylor Morris are Partners in Love, Sacrifice and Triumph.

Scholarship Recipient Update

On May 3, 2012, Danielle Kelly received the news that the man she loved, U.S. Navy Petty Officer Taylor Morris, was badly injured when an improvised explosive device detonated beneath him while he was serving in Afghanistan as an explosive ordnance disposal technician. In the blast, Morris lost both legs at the knee, his left arm at the elbow, and his right hand. Continue Reading

For Benjamin Schumacher, Serving in Afghanistan Meant Serving People

U.S. Air Force Maj. Benjamin Schumacher understands Afghanistan better than most Americans. He was selected and trained to be an expert on all things Afghan—the language, customs, culture, government, and military—in his advisory role with the Afghanistan–Pakistan Hands Program under the Joint Staff.Continue Reading

UMUC Graduate John Vessey Achieved the Highest Military Positions and Honors

Some military heroes are impossible to forget. General John W. Vessey Jr., who earned his bachelor’s degree in military science from University of Maryland University College in 1963, is one of them. Vessey’s long and distinguished military career cluminated in him being appointed chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by President Ronald Reagan, making Vessey the highest-ranking military officer in the country. Continue Reading

University of Maryland University College Recognized for Vision and Innovation at Zenoss GalaxZ17 User Conference

Adelphi, Md. (April 25, 2017) – University of Maryland University College (UMUC) has received a Z Award for Vision and Innovation at the Zenoss annual user conference, GalaxZ17, held in Austin, Texas, on April 12. Awarded to exemplary customers, partners and teams, the Z Awards are designed to recognize best-in-class IT practices and serve as a model to others in the industry.Continue Reading