Featured Course – Television in American Culture (AMST 320)

AMST 320 - Television in American Culture

    By Nahom Nega   It’s safe to say that television in some way shape or form has influenced a large majority of the country directly and indirectly. Television both in the 20th and 21st centuries is among the most influential technological mediums due to its profound impact on a variety of topics such as advertising, entertainment, and communication. […]

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Featured Faculty: Dr. Robert Anderson

Dr. Robert Anderson

  “My best teaching memories involve students writing or visiting after graduation, to talk about life, how their learning stuck, or changed their thinking in salubrious ways.” – Dr. Robert Anderson I began teaching in 1975 and have been at UMBC since 1987. I would describe my teaching style as collaborative, focusing on personal understanding, critical thinking, and real life application.  I […]

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Featured Faculty: Greg Ealick

Greg Ealick

  “Winter courses tend to be slightly ‘off-the-wall-er’ than those offered in Spring and Fall, so they ought to appeal to students motivated by curiosity above and beyond the obvious goal of satisfying degree requirements.” – Greg Ealick, UMBC Department of Philosophy I have been teaching for something like 25 years.I have master’s degrees from The William Marsh Rice Institute and […]

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