The University of Maryland dedicates a new memorial to honor abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
UMD ascends to Top 10 in Princeton Review & Entrepreneur Magazine rankings.
The dedication of Frederick Douglass Square included remarks, tributes and musical performances by University of Maryland officials, students, and local and state dignitaries.
Dear University community:
The new Frederick Douglass Square, featuring a statue of the famed abolitionist and human rights activist mid-speech, enshrines the values of freedom and justice at the University of Maryland.
President Loh outlines the fearless path forward for the University of Maryland.
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Frederick Douglass Square Unveiled on Hornbake Plaza.
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The Clarice is one of the nine nonprofit grant recipients for 2015.
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Music prof Kenneth Elpus finds underrepresented minorities are the least likely to become music educators.
University of Maryland Art Gallery,...
Wed, 11/4/15 - 5:00 PM
Taliaferro Hall 2110
Mon, 11/30/15 - 4:00 PM
Faculty/Staff Lounge, The Clarice
Tue, 12/1/15 - 1:30 PM