University of Maryland University College (UMUC) psychology faculty expert David Banks, Ph.D., has a lot to say about the most effective strategies for managing stress. He shared his wisdom in a recent Facebook Live interview as part of the university’s observance of National Stress Awareness Month.
Broadcast Journalist Maureen Bunyan, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Maryland Senate President Mike Miller to Deliver Keynote Addresses
Stress Awareness Month, held each April since 1992, provides health care professionals and health promotion experts, across the U.S. an additional—and national—platform for enhancing their ongoing efforts to educate and increase public understanding about the nature and dangers of stress as well as effective strategies to help minimize and manage it.
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) psychology faculty expert David Banks, Ph.D. is no exception. Join him at 1 p.m. on April 16 for his Facebook Live discussion about the psychology of stress and tips for stress management.
As UMUC Stateside Commencement on May 12-13 Approaches, Graduation-bound High-schooler Hannah Parker Reflects on Lessons Learned from the Motivational Words of Two Past UMUC Student Commencement Speakers
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ADELPHI, Md. (April 4, 2018) —Dr. Emma Garrison-Alexander, vice dean of cybersecurity and information assurance in the Graduate School at University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and a highly sought-after speaker and thought leader in information technology and cybersecurity, has won the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Incorporated (CAMI) People’s Choice Award.
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Asia will celebrate student accomplishment with a formal commencement ceremony in each of its four regions.
Students who either completed their associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degrees during the summer, fall, or winter of 2017 or in spring 2018 were invited to participate. The ceremonies will honor more than 700 servicemembers, dependents, veterans, and civilians, and will recognize the years of work that went into the completion of each degree.
Program Aired Earlier in April on Maryland Public Television
University of Maryland University College’s (UMUC) rich history of globetrotting professors came to life recently with the private screening of a documentary that follows the university’s seven-decade mission of educating military personnel stationed overseas.
Entitled “Over There: The Adventures of Maryland’s Traveling Faculty,” the documentary follows the path of Maryland’s “Academic Foreign Legion” who adopted “Have Syllabus Will Travel” as their motto and hopped from military base to military base, sometimes in war zones, to offer college classes to the troops.
Nation’s Largest Online Public University Taps Award-Winning Teacher, Entrepreneur, Innovator and Results-Oriented Academic Leader
To celebrate Women’s History Month 2018, University of Maryland University College (UMUC) has dedicated segments on its Facebook page to recognize the accomplishments of influential women and the contributions they have made to events in history and contemporary society. To-date, UMUC has featured briefs on social activist, writer, and editor Gloria Steinham; Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court; technology executive Sheryl Sandberg, current Facebook COO; and lawyer, writer and First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama.
The commemoration continues March 22 and 29 with two Facebook Live interviews featuring UMUC adjunct faculty members and women’s history experts Mary Ellen Schmider and Kathleen Sander as they discuss the women’s movement from a historical perspective and provide insights about the remarkable women they have featured in their writings.