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UMBC Reading List

I am beyond honored to have had one of my novels nominated for UMBC’s required reading for its first year program. As a GED recipient and a university dropout, this acknowledgement from Academia is especially heartwarming. 23 more words

Sarah Samways

USM LSAMP students featured by Dr. @Renetta_Tull at #NSFNextGenSTEM DC forum [@NSF_EHR, @UMBC] #ThinkBigDiversity @UMD_LSAMP

This morning, USM’s LSAMP program was discussed at STEM Learning for All forum, supported by NSF. USM’s LSAMP was discussed in the context of mentoring models and mentoring messaging. 143 more words

Louis Stokes Alliance For Minority Participation

What You Need to Know About Religious and Spiritual Activism (Another CSJ Event Preview)

by Lisa M. Gray, Assistant Director of Student Life, Cultural and Spiritual Diversity

Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Baltimore 365 with our “What You Need to Know… 900 more words

Critical Social Justice

UMBC Homecoming 2015

283/365 — back to my old stomping grounds for homecoming… it was really nice seeing old faces who I don’t usually see…


Episode 5: Heroes, Headlines, Horrors and Homecomings

Five is live! In this week’s episode, we tackle some hot topics with our special guest, our friend and fellow journo – Joi. From Rihanna and Rachel… 175 more words


Women are Funny (too)

First, let’s start off with saying that the Women’s Center is stoked about Hannibal Buress making his way to campus this weekend for Homecoming. We very much enjoy his character, Lincoln, on… 963 more words


UMBC Women Who Rock: The Women Behind the Staff of Color Network

UMBC Women Who Rock is a blog series I’ve been writing since last year and it has become one of my favorite things to think and write about for the Women’s Center blog. 2,023 more words