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Translating What Matters

A week or two ago I had the pleasure of attending a humanities forum titled Translating the Indian Past: The Poets’ Experience by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. 282 more words

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Golden Ceilings and Embroidered Edges—Who Knew A Library Could Be So Fancy?

University of Maryland, Baltimore County should be proud of its seven story library. It has a wide collection of books, newspaper clippings, and films, that students can borrow or merely glance at when they decide to procrastinate against doing work. 361 more words

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Thank you for supporting Homecoming 2014!

Thank you for supporting UMBC during Homecoming! Thanks to events like the Alpha Kappa Alpha Reunion, the 5th Annual RATT Reunion, and the Alumni Awards Ceremony… 105 more words

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ETF MEETING TOMORROW (10/13) at NOON IN COMMONS 318!

Hey ETF,

We have our second meeting tomorrow! Feel free to bring your friends and your lunch as we discuss with Recycle For Real‘s Field Coordinator, Emily Brandon, on ways to increase recycling and reuse in Maryland! 66 more words

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Write your dissertation like it's a job, not a hobby. Tips from @DrWCarter, Dr. @AlexisInc, & Dr. Nanda Cortes in http://thedissertationhouse.com

This morning, we opened the Fall 2014 “Dissertation House for Employees and Non-Traditional Students.” This event is set aside to specifically serve career professionals, and non-traditional students who came back to school to work on their PhDs. 403 more words

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Dissertation House for Employees and Non-traditional Students, 10/10-11

If you are an employee of UMBC (50% time or more) or a “Non-Traditional” student, and if you are working on your graduate school courses, proposal, or dissertation, then this event is for you! 168 more words

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Student Scholarship Q&A: Kristina Higgins, chemical engineering

Every so often, we highlight the importance of student scholarships by introducing you to the very students they help to succeed. Today, we’re featuring Kristina Higgins ‘16, chemical engineering… 407 more words

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