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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


"Baltimore in Action: Always Rising" Critical Social Justice Keynote

We’re proud to announce the Critical Social Justice: Baltimore 365 keynote “Baltimore in Action: Always Rising,” which will feature prominent social justice advocates from across the city. 176 more words

Critical Social Justice

Constructed Form - Combining Sculpture and Abstraction (Also cardboard and hot glue).

Over the last couple weeks, I had been working on a project in my 3D visual concepts course that involved creating a constructed form with an emphasis on repetition of a single form, and how that repetition could create an entirely new form. 486 more words

Guest Post: Katherine Morris, Program Director UMBC Social Work Program at USG

The semester always starts off with a great deal of excitement and anxiety. Enthusiasm for starting something new, dread for how challenging classes will be, and concern for how to balance it all. 497 more words

The Universities At Shady Grove

Learn how to develop a syllabus. PROF-it (Professors-in-Training) session @UMBC w/ Dr. Linda Hodges, 9/18, 2PM

Graduate students and Postdocs are invited to come to UMBC on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015 at 2 PM for a seminar on developing a syllabus.  This seminar is part of the PROF-it (Professors-in-Training) series. 301 more words

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