A Philosophy of Philanthropy
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UMBC Rugby players past and present joined together for the first UMBC Rugby Day of Service, partnering with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake and Habitat for Humanity Sandtown to demolish and clean up one site, and to build a … Continue reading
The UMBC women’s soccer team raised $1300 for breast cancer research during its recent “Fight in Pink” contest on Oct. 14 against Stony Brook. The money will go directly to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a foundation that … Continue reading
Graduate student-athlete Joseph Bieberich ’12, environmental science, will receive the first annual Haud Collumi Scholarship, which is funded largely by alumni of the UMBC Rugby Football Club. Bieberich is captain of the men’s rugby team. During Bieberich’s senior year at … Continue reading
By Ashley Miller ’12, UMBC Athletic Communications Intern UMBC student-athletes are devoted to giving back to both the campus and neighboring community. These young men and women make significant contributions to society as often as they can. Teams as well … Continue reading
Dan Goodwin ’98, Health Science and Policy Annual Fund: UMBC Ice Hockey “I played ice hockey for UMBC and it was very important to my college experience. I want to make sure current students are able to continue competing for … Continue reading
Millette Green ’03, sociology, former Lady Retriever Annual Fund Supporter: Athletics “UMBC prepared me for the real world. The university created a diverse community, challenged me academically and instilled in me the necessary discipline to be successful. It is always … Continue reading