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Jan 13, 2022

Charles County Board Of ED Elects Lukas As Chairperson, Wilson As Vice Chairperson

Latina "Tina" Wilson, Class of 1985 (Life Member) Elected as Vice Chairperson

Charles County Board Of ED Elects Lukas As Chairperson, Wilson As Vice Chairperson

Jan 10, 2022

Porsche Cars North America starts new year with two new executives

Ayesha Coker, UMES Alumna Class of 1999 named Vice President of Marketing.

Porsche Cars North America starts new year with two new executives

Jan 1, 2022

University of Maryland Eastern Shore Ranks #17

UMES ranks #17 among Historically Black Colleges & Universities.

University of Maryland Eastern Shore Ranks #17

Dec 30, 2021

A new program to increase diversity in the piloting ranks takes flight at UMES

As a young boy, Izaiah Brown loved going to a park across from Baltimore/Washington International Airport, where planes approaching the runways glide by so low you can imagine touching them.

A new program to increase diversity in the piloting ranks takes flight at UMES

Dec 7, 2021

Biden pledged to forgive $10,000.00 in student loan debt. Here's what he's done so far.

When President-elect Joe Biden was asked whether student loan cancellation figured into his economic recovery plan, he declared, "It should be done immediately."

Biden pledged to forgive $10,000.00 in student loan debt. Here's what he's done so far.

Nov 30, 2021

HBCUs press Senate to pass Build Back Better Act

If passed, the bill would allow HBCUs to upgrade their facilities.

HBCUs press Senate to pass Build Back Better Act

Nov 12, 2021

Congratulations to UMES Alumna, Faye Howell!

Life Member, Faye Howell of the UMES Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter becomes a member of the Maryland House of Delegates.

Congratulations to UMES Alumna, Faye Howell!

Apr 28, 2021

Maryland Settles HBCU Federal Lawsuit for $577 Million

After years of legal wrangling, Maryland reached a $577 million settlement to end a 15-year-old federal lawsuit that accused the state of providing inequitable resources to its four historically Black colleges and universities.

Maryland Settles HBCU Federal Lawsuit for $577 Million