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About University of Maryland Eastern Shore
THE UNIVERSITY Founded in 1886 under the aegis of the United Methodist Church, UMES is located on 620 acres in the historic town of Princess Anne on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, less than three hours from the abundant cultural and recreational amenities of Annapolis, Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Celebrating more than 135 years of service to students and the community, UMES has grown from its origin of nine students and one faculty to approximately 2,400 students and 318 faculty, with a holistic learning environment that fosters multicultural diversity, academic success and intellectual and social growth. For the past six years, UMES has been ranked in the top tier among America’s Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities by U.S. News & World Report. UMES views, with pride, its achievements regarding the provision of high-quality academic programs and services for ethnically and culturally diverse students, including distinctive learning, discovery and engagement opportunities in the arts and sciences, education, technology, engineering, agriculture, business and health professions. In 2019, UMES achieved the Carnegie classification as a doctoral university/...high research activity (DU/R2). Only seven percent of the nation’s institutions of higher education are considered “doctoral universities” and UMES is honored to be among these institutions. In 2014, UMES was a co-winner of the “1890 University of the Year” award from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). This award recognizes best overall performance in teaching, research and innovation over the previous two academic years. The University offers programs and assistance that attract, serve, retain, and graduate first-generation college students, national and international scholars as part of its core capacity. Among its academic offerings are bachelor’s degrees in 38 areas, 14 master’s degrees and doctoral degrees in physical and biological sciences, social and behavioral sciences, pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, physical therapy, physician assistant, engineering, education, mathematics, humanities and visual and performing arts. The academic program of UMES is delivered through five schools: the School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences; School of Business and Technology; School of Education, Social Sciences, and the Arts; School of Pharmacy and Health Professions; and the School of Graduate Studies and Research. In addition, UMES has 36 linkage agreements with universities, government organizations, and research institutions in Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Europe and Asia. These linkages enhance the University’s international education focus through: (1) student study and research abroad, (2) faculty and student exchanges, (3) international scholar-in-residence, and (4) international development programs. The University also has several cooperative agreements with the United States Department of Agriculture to provide technical assistance to the United States Agency for International Development. CORE VALUES Providing high quality undergraduate and graduate programs that will equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for the challenges of America and other global societies. Affirming its role as the State’s 1890 land-grant institution by providing to citizens opportunities and access that will enhance their lives and enable them to develop intellectually, economically, socially, and culturally. Demonstrating shared governance through recognition of the viewpoints that all members of the university community contribute to the institution. Appreciating diversity in its student body, faculty, staff and administration through commitment to tolerance, freedom of expression, and celebration of other cultures. Adhering to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, trust and integrity in both personal and professional behavior. Promoting student-centeredness as the heart of the enterprise. Focusing on character development through learning and leadership experiences.
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