College partners with Domonique ‘04 and Ashley ‘06 Foxworth to drive innovation in the arts and humanities.
Ph.D. candidate Damion Clark received a Big Apple Award: Recognizing Teacher Excellence in New York City for his work with eleventh and twelfth grade students.
A gallery in Osaka, Japan hosted an exhibition of works by Professor David C. Driskell from May 13-24.
Photos from the various commencement ceremonies for departments under the College of Arts and Humanities. Congratulations to all of our graduating students!
In The News
6/11/13, Online Muslim forums foster tolerance and fuel vitriol
Communications Professor Sahar Khamis comments in a Religion News Service article about how she wants Muslims to use the Internet in a way that promotes civil discourse.
6/6/13, Pop Culture with Sheri Parks: Thursday June 6, 1-2 pm
Associate Dean and American Studies Professor Sheri Parks contributed to the radio program which discussed the connection between poverty and unhealthy foods in Baltimore.
6/6/13, How Pink And Blue Became Gender-Specific
American Studies Professor Jo B. Paoletti has found that pink and blue designations for girls and boys didn't start until the 1940s.
6/5/13, Huayuan Academy brings China to Gaithersburg students
The fourth Chinese-language summer program in Maryland runs July 8 through July 26 at Gaithersburg Elementary as part of the National Foreign Language Center’s Startalk program at UMD.
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Thu, 6/6/13 - 8:00 PM
The Art Gallery
Fri, 6/14/13 - 11:00 PM
The Art Gallery
Fri, 6/28/13 - 6:00 PM
Thu, 8/8/13 - 5:00 PM