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Ashwini Tambe
Ashwini Tambe will use grant to help complete book project on how the age boundary between girlhood and womanhood has shifted in the last century.
Photo credit: William Dowling
William Dowling (’13) uses his literature education to aid low-income communities.

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BRIGHT FUTURES: UNPAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP FUND, APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE
Hear how Kelsey Shields ’13 connected with Blair Barrett ‘02 to land an internship, and subsequently, her first job.
Ariel Cohen spent the summer, 2014, in Israel taking Hebrew and participating with the Yahel Onward Israel Social Justice Program. This volunteering service learning initiative aims to achieve local change and promote a greater understanding of pressing issues within Israeli society.
Associate professor Kari Kraus, whose research interests include digital humanities, helped develop this new game to get teens interested in STEM.

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In The News

3/31/15, The Diamondback
Two graduate students presented their papers on modern perceptions of classic works using rap, connecting works to media.
3/31/15, The Diamondback
Eight UMD women discuss their passion for the arts while navigating around gender bias in their field.
3/30/15, The Diamondback
'Wake Up!' at The Clarice included dance elements and speaks to black advocacy.
3/23/15, Huffington Post
Michael Kaiser, Chairman of the DeVos Institute of Arts Management, shares the meaning of entrepreneurship and the arts, and the university's commitment to fearless ideas.

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David C. Driskell Center, University...
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