The University of Baltimore has added to Instagram thoughtful and personal short stories of members of our community. For the "Faces of UBalt" series found on the @ubaltmain Instagram handle, the team posts authentic and moving words of our students and alumni. Here are just a few stories that you might enjoy.
Liz O., a B.S. in Business Administration student specializing in Risk Management and Insurance
“The learning process is really sharpening my mind. I see myself in two or three years working in the government and changing the insurance world.” Read the full post.
Willow H. a B.S. in Business Administration student, knew public speaking triggered her anxiety so she avoided it.
When she came to UB as an entrepreneurship fellow, she wanted to scale her idea for Prevail, an idea that started as a game featuring a character dealing with trauma and that later developed into a plan for a game studio focused on mental health. Read the full post.
Audie M., who is specializing in accounting in the Business Administration program, is one of 5 recipients of the 2020 George Willie Ethnically Diverse Student Scholarship and Internship. “Getting the scholarship was a moment of positive assurance for me and it's just like, hey, you've committed and worked very hard and sacrificed quite a bit of things—my time, my money, my personal life that's very non-existent when you work 40 hours and you take classes online. … It was just like a moment of really, really positive assurance.” Read the full post.
Want to read more? Follow the hashtags #FaceOfUBalt and #FacesofUB on Instagram.
Want to be featured? We encourage current students and UBalt alumni to email SocialMedia@ubalt.edu to part part of the fun.