University of Maryland Eastern Shore

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University of Maryland Eastern Shore

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), the state’s historically black 1890 land-grant institution, has its purpose and uniqueness grounded in distinctive learning, discovery and engagement opportunities in the arts and sciences, education, technology, engineering, agriculture, business and health professions. The university is a student-centered, doctoral research degree-granting university known for its nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate programs, applied research, and highly valued graduates and provides individuals, including first generation college students, access to a holistic learning environment that fosters multicultural diversity, academic success, and intellectual and social growth. It prepares graduates to address challenges in a global knowledge-based economy, while maintaining its commitment to meeting the workforce and economic development needs of the Eastern Shore, the state, the nation, and the world. UMES has linkage agreements with 18 Universities and research institutions in Africa, the Caribbean, and Central America. These linkages enhance the universitys 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.  

The following is the list of scholars from University of Maryland Eastern Shore who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences