Freeman A. Hrabowski III


University of Maryland Baltimore County

An Interview with a Leader: Freeman Hrabowski III, President, Univ. of Maryland – Baltimore County
It was clear to my colleagues and to me that we needed to have a variety of conversations– engaging faculty, students and staff– about the issue of minority achievement at UMBC and to look more broadly at the achievement of students across the board.
Personal Reflections of a Leader
Freeman A. Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, reflects on transforming undergraduate science education at the university to focus undergraduate research and increasing participation and enrollment of minority students and faculty.
Working toward and ensuring the success of African American students in STEM fields
The identifiable elements that contribute to systemic and sustainable reform are all visible in the learning environment at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). This institution is nationally-recognized for the strength of its science/engineering programs and for its effectiveness in working as a community to ensure the success of all students– particularly African American students– in the study of STEM fields.