Industry Experts Shed Light on Top Skills to Thwart Cyber Threats

Real success in a cybersecurity career depends on a broad liberal arts background, knowledge of politics and international affairs, and strong written- and oral -communication skills—not just detailed technical know-how and days spent glued to a computer screen, cyber experts told current and prospective students at University of Maryland University College (UMUC) “Interconnected and Unprotected – The Cybersecurity Dilemma” conference, Nov.4.Continue Reading

UMUC Launches Guide to Cyber Experts and Blog to Address Today’s Threat Landscape

ADELPHI, Md., Nov. 10, 2016 – In an effort to address growing government and private sector interest in cybersecurity technology, policy, management and careers, University of Maryland University College (UMUC) has launched its Guide to Cyber Experts and announces the re-launch of its Cyber Connections blog focusing on news, insights, opinion and advice related to all things “cyber.”Continue Reading

Peter Smith, UMUC’s Orkand Chair, Is Rethinking Higher Education

A funny thing happened on the way to Peter Smith’s transition to full retirement. Since this spring, when University of Maryland University College (UMUC) named him Orkand Chair, as well as Professor of Innovative Practices in Higher Education, Smith has, in his words, re-calibrated.

“Re-energized and engaged,” the educator and writer has resumed his blog Rethinking Higher Education and has begun a new blog series: A New Universe of Learning: Personalized Learning in the Digital Age.  Read his latest posts,  Personal Learning: Part I and Personal Learning: Part II.

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Experts to Answer Questions About Private Sector and Government Cyber Threats Nov.4

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ADELPHI, Md. (Nov 1. 2016)―Join University of Maryland University College (UMUC) for “Interconnected and Unprotected: The Cybersecurity Dilemma,” a one-day symposium that brings together leading cybersecurity experts to provide insight into the challenges, concerns, solutions and new opportunities in this vast arena called “cyber.” Attend on-site or online.Continue Reading

First-Ever English Translation Recounts Barbary Corsair Raid on Iceland

How Adam Nichols came to co-author a book that for the first time translates a famous Icelandic tale into English is a story perhaps only another University of Maryland University College (UMUC) traveling faculty member can truly relate to.  With its twists and turns and chance encounters―the hallmark of Nichols’ worldwide travels teaching U.S. military personnel―this could be his own saga.Continue Reading

NUTN Network Recognizes Three From UMUC: President, Data Analytics Master’s Program and Student

ADELPHI, Md. (Oct. 5, 2016)–At a gathering of technology innovators and emerging leaders in higher education, University of Maryland University College was recognized for its trailblazing Master of Science in Data Analytics program (MSDA), while its president, Javier Miyares, was honored for distinguished achievement.Continue Reading