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Alumni

Public Policy alumni, stay in touch!

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Have you moved or changed jobs, received a promotion, or had your research published in a journal or book?

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Searching for a job?  

Check out our Careers page to find out how Public Policy alumni can connect to job resources on campus and in the community.

Alumni can also use UMBC’s career counseling services and get access to our job search engines for a small fee. Go to Alumni Career Services to get started.

If your employer has internship opportunities for public policy graduate students, please contact Myriam Ralston (myriam@umbc.edu).

 

A group picture of Nancy Miller, Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams, and Freeman Hrabowski at the UMBC Alumni Awards 2017.

Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams, Ph.D. ’06 -Alumna of the Year 2017 U.S. Deputy Surgeon General

 

Picture of Elyse Grossman standing between two Montgomery County officials, as she holds the Montgomery County, Maryland Keeping it Safe (KIS) Community Service Award.

Elyse Grossman, Ph.D. ’14, receiving the Montgomery County, Maryland Keeping it Safe (KIS) Community Service Award on April 18, 2018

We are grateful to alumni who have contributed to our fundraising campaign in support of the
Adam Yarmolinsky Travel FellowshipsShinogle Memorial Fellowship and Public Policy Alumni Fellowship.

Go here to make a gift today – designate Public Policy, or one of the named fellowships above.

Recent Public Policy graduates are making their marks in multiple sectors including
academia, non-profits, municipal and state governments, the federal government, and the private sector.
Here is a sample of the career paths of some of our graduates.

Alumni Profiles

 

Picture of Laszlo Korossy holding his UMBC plaque award as UMBC's Political Science Adjunct Teacher of the Year dated in 2017-2018. He stands in front of a shelve of red books located in a library.

Dr. Laszlo Korossy, Ph.D., ’16, Teacher of the Year, Political Science, UMBC 2018