Not-So-Hidden Figures Series Concludes Feb. 26

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department continues its celebration of Black History Month with a final Facebook Live interview segment on African American women in cybersecurity. On Monday, Feb. 26 at 1 p.m., join Tamie Santiago, collegiate associate professor of cybersecurity policy as she discusses her career journey in cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way.Continue Reading

UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department continues its celebration of Black History Month with two more Facebook Live interview segments on African American women in cybersecurity.  Next up, on Feb. 22, join Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way.

The series concludes on Feb. 26 with insights from Tamie Santiago, collegiate associate professor of Cybersecurity Policy.

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Join Us Feb. 22 and 26: UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

 

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department continues its celebration of Black History Month with two more Facebook Live interview segments on African American women in cybersecurity.  Next up, on Feb. 22, join Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way.

The series concludes on Feb. 26 with insights from Tamie Santiago, collegiate associate professor of Cybersecurity Policy.

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Series Concludes Feb. 22: UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department’s interview series on African American women in cybersecurity, in celebration of Black History Month, continues in a live Facebook chat with Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies.  Join her on Thursday, Feb. 22 as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way. Continue Reading

MAT Summit Explores Using Data to Improve Teaching

With an abundance of test data about how students perform, educators now need to devise methods of analyzing that data to best customize the learning experience for individual schools, grades, classrooms and even students.

That’s why the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Master of Arts in Teaching program brought together students, new teachers and education officials from across Maryland on Jan. 25 to talk about the latest ways of using data to inform instruction.Continue Reading

Stay Tuned for Part Two of UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department’s interview series on African American women in cybersecurity, in celebration of Black History Month, continues in a live Facebook chat with Tamie Santiago, UMUC collegiate associate professor of cybersecurity policy.  Join her on Thursday, Feb. 15 as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way. Continue Reading

UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

Join the University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department on Facebook for a series of live interviews throughout February, beginning Feb. 8, in celebration of Black History Month.

UMUC cybersecurity faculty experts Emma Garrison-Alexander, Loyce Pailen, and Tamie Santiago will discuss their career journeys in Cybersecurity and offer insights and tips for success along the way. Please join us on our Facebook page for video interviews with UMUC Cybersecurity faculty experts.Continue Reading

UMUC President Miyares Named “Outstanding Educator of the Year” by Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

University of Maryland University College President Javier Miyares has been named “Outstanding Educator of the Year” by the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MDHCC).

The MDHCC announced the award at its fifth annual Business Award Holiday Gala on Jan. 18 at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore.Continue Reading

UMUC Cosponsors the Daylong OER Summit

When organizers from University of Maryland University College (UMUC), University System of Maryland William E. Kirwan Center For Academic Innovation, and MarylandOnline were planning the daylong “Advancing Postsecondary Student Success Through OER” summit, they anticipated that the event would draw, at most, a couple hundred educators. But they soon found themselves capping attendance for the Dec. 8 gathering at 500—the capacity of the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center where the event was held.Continue Reading

Summit to Explore the Promise and Challenges of Replacing Textbooks with Open Educational Resources in Higher Education

Dec. 8 Event Will Bring Together Higher Education Leaders in Maryland to Discuss Digital Rights, Curating Material, Access and Quality Issues

Adelphi, Md. (Nov. 28, 2017)—As advocacy and evangelization of Open Educational Resources (OER) turn to adoption and scaling up, a pivotal summit will be held on Dec. 8 to provide educational leaders throughout the state of Maryland an opportunity to discuss lessons learned and how OER is addressing the issues of quality, access and affordability in higher education.Continue Reading