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List of University of Maryland, Baltimore County people

This is a list of notable alumni and faculty of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Current and past presidents and chancellors can be found on the List of Presidents of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County page.




  • Robert A. Rubinstein - A cultural anthropologists who bridges the areas of political and medical anthropology.


  • Ramachandra S. Hosmane - Organic chemist who has over 150 peer-reviewed research publications in reputed international journals.


Gender and Women's Studies

  • Anne Brodsky - Director of the Gender and Women's Studies Program.
  • Carole McCann - Researches reproductive politics, cultural politics of gender, sexuality, race and science, and U.S. women's history.

Geography and Environmental Systems

  • Erle Ellis - Researches landscape ecology, global change, and sustainable landscape management, and is a visiting associate professor of landscape architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
  • Jeffery Halverson - a Severe Weather Meteorologist who has participated in many hurricane missions for NASA.[4] He has made several media appearances on Dream Machines, Naked Science, and NOVA.[5]


Health Sciences

Information Technology



  • Christine Mallinson - Sociolinguistics scholar and co-author of Understanding English Language Variation in U.S. Schools.[11]


  • Manil Suri - mathematician and writer of a trilogy of novels all named for Hindu gods.

Media and Communication Studies

  • Jason Loviglio - Radio expert and author of "Radio's Intimate Public: Network Broadcasting and Mass-Mediated Democracy"[12] #MCS101



  • James Franson - Quantum information science, Fellow of the American Physical Society.
  • Anthony M. Johnson - Ultra-fast nonlinear optics, Fellow of the American Physical Society and the Optical Society of America, Past President of the Optical Society of America.
  • Chen Yung-Jui - a fellow of Optical Society of America and Photonics Society of Chinese Americans, senior member of IEEE and member of American Physical Society.
  • Valerie Thomas - an scientist and inventor. She invented the illusion transmitter, for which she received a patent in 1980.

Political Science


Arts and entertainment




  • Diane Bell-McKoy - The president and CEO of Associated Black Charities and former Baltimore school board member of the Baltimore City Public Schools.[22]
  • Greg Cantori - Head of Maryland Nonprofits.[23]


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Duff Goldman owner of Charm City Cakes and star of Ace of Cakes on Food Network



Government & Politics





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Marla Streb came in first place at the Sea Otter Enduro 2014.


Mountain Biking





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