The Association for Integrative Studies
The Association for Integrative Studies is an interdisciplinary professional organization founded in 1979 to promote the interchange of ideas among scholars and administrators in all of the arts and sciences on intellectual and organizational issues related to furthering integrative studies.
AOK Library Resources
- The library has created some excellent tutorials and subject guides for helping students move beyond the google level of research. All of the resources are on the library webpage, under the RESEARCH HELP tab, and in Blackboard under the Library tab
Basic library tutorial (including how to locate books and journal articles, what is peer review, how to request books from other campuses, links to catalog and database tutorials, etc.) http://aok.lib.umbc.edu/research/
- Individual subject guides are available at:
- If anyone has questions or any other library related needs, you can contact:
Drew Alfgren, Reference librarian
Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery
The Scholarship Retriever is provided to assist UMBC undergraduate students to identify scholarship resources.
- Prestigious scholarships or fellowships are highly competitive, either nationally or internationally. They provide financial support and other benefits to limited numbers of highly qualified candidates.
- Several scholarships and awards are available to students in Economics and Administrative Sciences
- All current undergraduates who have conducted research, scholarship or creative work in the last year may apply to present their results at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD).
- Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL)
- The Shriver Center offers a variety of internships, research opportunities, and the France & Merrick Scholarship.
- Study Abroad Scholarships
UMBC Scholars Programs
UMBC is especially known for six named scholars programs – the Center for Women and Information Technology Scholars, Meyerhoff Scholars (science and engineering), Humanities Scholars, Linehan Artist Scholars, Sherman Teacher Education Scholars and Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars.
- The Center for Women and Information Technology
- The Meyerhoff Program is open to all high-achieving high school seniors who have an interest in pursuing doctoral study in the sciences or engineering, and who are interested in the advancement of minorities in the sciences and related fields.
- Humanities Scholars at UMBC study the great thinkers of the past and present in light of modern scientific discoveries, popular culture and current social issues.
- Linehan Artist Scholars have opportunities to perform and exhibit in a range of venues – UMBC galleries, in resident ensembles and companies, with guest artists and in student productions.
- Sherman Teacher Education Scholars
- The Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program provides generous four-year awards often covering the greater part of the cost of attendance at UMBC. Selected scholars will be offered scholarships ranging from $5000 to $22,000 annually.
Other Helpful links:
Humanities Forum Lecture Series
Student Events Board
Student Government Association
Arts and Culture Calendar
Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education Seminar Series
Women’s Center Calendar
Alex Brown Center for Entrepreneurship Speaker Series
Retrievers Athletic Schedule