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INDS Students Presenting at URCAD

April 19-25            URCAD.umbc.edu

Keren Herran | Analysis Of Mental Well-being Of Environmental Migrants In Maryland: A Comparison Study | Dawn Biehler | Geography and Environmental Systems

Woo Koo | Impact of Pediatric Chronic Illnesses on Family Functioning | Lynnda Dahlquist | Psychology

Mickey Muscalli | Heuristic Searching For Good “Xeno Alphabets” Of Amino Acids | Stephen Freeland | Individualized Study

Zachary Neuhaus | Disaster-Resilient Information Communication Technologies For Disaster Management | Steven McAlpine | Individualized Study

Megan O’Neill | The Redesign Of The MC Hammerhead Kinetic Sculpture | Steven McApline | Individualized Study

Paul Ocone | Dis/joint: Unification Of Sound, Music, Narrative, And Animation In Liz And The Blue Bird | Steven McAlpine | Individualized Study

Andrew Park | Understanding Emotional And Persuasive Design For Digital Products In Entrepreneurship: An Integrative Case Study | Andrea Kleinsmith | Information Systems

Dominique Ross | Public Health in Northern Brazil’s Refugee Borderlands | Felipe Filomeno | Political Science


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The Individualized Study Program awards both BA and BS degrees to UMBC undergraduates who have used the INDS 335 class to assemble a degree proposal and had this proposal approved by the Individualized Study Committee (ISC).

Each of our students works with INDS staff and two hand-picked members drawn from the broader UMBC faculty and/or professional world to create this individualized education program. In addition to providing a core curriculum to help students combine courses from different disciplines, we also encourage internships and independent research.


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