Holton will help advance visual arts at Maryland, engaging faculty and students in collaborations with the center.
Frederik will oversee undergraduate certificate program and activities that enhance student opportunities to engage with resources about Latin America.
Keshavarz will focus on strengthening the collaborative scholarly bonds among the many vibrant departments within the school while building campus partnerships that place SLLC at the heart of UMD’s global projects.
Jeremy Himmelstein (Class of 2015) is a Communication major. He studied abroad through the MD-in-Rome program in Italy during the Spring, 2014 semester, where he was able to take courses toward graduation and complete his Global Engagement (GE) requirement.
Assistant Professor wins Dean’s Outstanding Dissertation Award for her research in Roman baths.
In The News
5/6/14, The Baltimore Sun
Students at the University of Maryland develop business pitches, seek patents for their research, pursue grants, and think beyond the traditional post-college job.
5/6/14, The Gazette
The School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies will run the Tony-nominated play from May 2-10 at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
5/5/14, The Washington Post
Anne Midgette of The Washington Post reviews the UMD Symphony Orchestra's performance of "Appalachian Spring" last Sunday.
5/5/14, The Diamondback
The "American Horror Story" and "True Blood" star performed as Homer in "An Iliad" at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center May 2nd and 3rd.
University of Maryland, Room TBD
Wed, 8/27/14 - 12:00 PM