Head Swimming and Diving Coach Chad Cradock earned his 200th career win at the CCSA North Invitational this past weekend. Cradock swept the competition, earning wins over Gardner-Webb, NJIT, and VMI to accomplish the feat.
“It is a pleasure for a milestone like this to occur at home,” Cradock said about winning number 200. “I want to thank all the coaches who have been a part of this over the years, including Chris Gibeau who has been here with me for most of it,” he added. “I am proud to work with talented athletes both in the past and the present for their spirit of hard work and upholding UMBC tradition.”
Cradock has amassed a record of 200-66-1 over his 13 plus year career at UMBC. He has a total men’s record of 105-23-1, while holding a 95-43 mark with the women.
The Retrievers will close out the month of October with a dual meet at George Washington on Saturday, October 25. The meet with the Colonials is set to begin at 1:00 p.m.
In order to better serve the campus and maintain internal controls to ensure against unauthorized purchases and expenses, Financial Services is requesting that all departments update their authorized signature forms. The authorized signature forms are necessary to validate approvals for the payment of goods and services via payment requests, working fund and petty cash, and for the processing and payment of travel and miscellaneous expenses. The Signature Forms for FY 2015 can be found here.
Please forward your completed forms to Peggy Ingle, Supervisor, Business Services, Administration Building, 3rd Floor, by November 7, 2014. If you have any questions concerning this request, please contact Peggy Ingle on extension 52316 or by email at email@example.com. Not having a current authorized signature form on file in Financial Services could cause unnecessary delays in processing your transactions.
Thank you very much for your cooperation and support in this important matter.
CUERE Seminar presents UMBC’s own Dan Bailey and Tamara Peters from the Imaging Research Center along with Josh Cole from CUERE as they present and discuss “Visualizing Early Baltimore.”
Friday, October 31, 2014 in the TRC Building room 206 at 2:00 pm.
CPR for the Healthcare Provider will be sponsored by the Department of Emergency Health Services on the following dates:
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2014 – 5:30-10:00 PM
Registration fee is $85 for the full provider course; $75 for the renewal course.
For further information, contact Danette McCoy at x53584 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Public Justice Center is co-sponsoring a free public lecture on November 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the Walters Art Museum. “Justice delayed, but not denied: An evening with Douglas Jones” will feature reflections on re-opening the case of the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham.
Decades after one of the most devastating attacks of the Civil Rights era, U.S. Attorney Douglas Jones led the team that successfully re-opened the case of the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. Jones’ efforts led to the indictment of former KKK members responsible for the murder of Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Denise McNair.
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The award from the NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, was presented to our team Larrabee Strow, Scott Hannon, Sergio De-Souza Machado, Howard Motteler, and Breno Imbiriba at the AIRS Science Team Meeting last week in Greenbelt, MD.
Read more about the award.
Two students in UMBC’s English Department have been named HASTAC Scholars for 2014-2015. HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) is an alliance of social scientists, artists, humanists, and other individuals and institutions committed to exploring new possibilities technology offers in shaping how people learn, teach, and communicate.
Corey Kirk ’15, English, and Dorothy Stachowiak, a Master’s student in the English Department’s Texts, Technology, and Literature Program, will share their research with a lively international community of scholars throughout the year. Kirk’s primary research interests include digital humanities, technology and gaming. Stachowiak’s interests include 21st century literacies and digital humanities. The students will receive a stipend to spend on materials to advance their research, and Steph Ceraso, an assistant professor of English, will serve as the students’ HASTAC mentor. The program presents an opportunity for the students to connect with peers and share their work.
For more information on the HASTAC Scholars program, click here.