UMBC Mic'd Up Podcast welcomes faculty, students, alumni, and industry thought leaders to share their insights and UMBC experiences.
Thriving in the Tech World
To get a true sense of the power of data and technology, one has to place themselves into the real world and apply it. It’s only then that they get to witness firsthand how the two combine to form critical answers to today’s top questions.
Sandra Pinto Vera ’21, M.P.S. Data Science searched for an opportunity to do just that. "What I expected to get out of the UMBC Data Science Master’s Professional Studies program was a hands on experience and the opportunity to expand my data science skills while working on applicable projects.”
While at UMBC, Sandra took part in a fellowship data science residency program with Women in Data where she completed a full cycle data science project. The project was on analyzing COVID-19 data sets looking at racial disparities in the COVID vaccine rollout. The data told the true story of disparities present.
Tune in to hear more about Sandra's experience working in the tech world.
To learn more about UMBC's Data Science Graduate Programs, visit: https://professionalprograms.umbc.edu/data-science/
Bringing Her A-Game to The Engineering World
The journey that leads to any success story starts with a strong inner drive to be the best you can be. Reuneshia Williams, a graduate student in UMBC's Engineering Management program, has that kind of drive and determination. She made it very clear in this conversation how important she believes it is for people to keep their focus on becoming an expert in their chosen field.
Tune into this episode and be prepared to be inspired!
To learn more about UMBC's Master's program in Engineering Management: https://professionalprograms.umbc.edu/engineering-management/
A Continuous Journey of Learning, Adapting, & Growth
"If you want to be a leader, you have to understand how to navigate people, how to present yourself, and how to be professional. And the Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership program at UMBC was monumental in getting me on the right path, and it's a continual journey." Stephen Sauser '20, M.P.S. Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership
Tune into this podcast to hear about Stephen's journey and what it takes to be a leader who innovates.
To learn more about UMBC's M.P.S. in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership, visit us: https://eil.umbc.edu
From Internship to a New Data Science Job | UMBC Stories of Success
The goal of most graduate students is to learn new knowledge that they can apply in the workforce right away. Well our latest podcast guest, Tchuissi Mbu Nyamsi, achieved that goal when her UMBC Data Science internship turned into a new job!
Tune into this episode of UMBC's Mic'D Up Podcast to listen to Tchuissi's UMBC experience and greatest takeaways.
An Entrepreneurial Adventure into Yoga and Wellness
Join us for this episode of UMBC's Mic'D Up Podcast featuring Elyse Preston, a graduate student in the Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership Graduate Program at UMBC.
We chat about her educational and entrepreneurial journeys and how they have led her to open her small business venture, https://BeMoreConnected.net.
To learn more about UMBC's Graduate Programs in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership, visit: https://eil.umbc.edu
Prepared for Opportunities in Cybersecurity
Being prepared for opportunities when they arrive is something most every smart professional seeks. The time to prepare for opportunities in an industry like Cybersecurity is now so that when those opportunities present themselves, you are ready.
For this episode of UMBC's Mic'd Up Podcast, we chat with Anthony Fischetti '21, MPS Cybersecurity about how he prepared for the cybersecurity role he is in today.
About UMBC's graduate programs in Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is a dynamic industry that not only is constantly changing, but has grown to impact all aspects of government, business, and society. Accordingly, qualified cybersecurity professionals are in high demand at all levels, from technologists and warriors to managers, directors, and cybersecurity leaders. UMBC’s graduate programs in cybersecurity will prepare you to excel in this rapidly growing field.