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ARHU raises more than $16,000 on Scholarship Day.
Grant to increase understanding of work-life experiences of underrepresented minority faculty could lead to more inclusive environments and higher rates of faculty retention and promotion.

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Members' diversity will help advance arts and humanities goals.
November 10, 2014, ARHU hosted its first installment of the 2014-2015 Worldwise Dean's Lecture Series with Walter Isaacson. Isaacson is credited with unlocking the codes of innovation and the people who dream and execute game changing breakthroughs and argues that the future belongs to those who can appreciate the arts, the humanities and the sciences
Make dreams come true for Maryland students on our single biggest day of giving.
Karla worked at UMD for 41 years and in ARHU for last 14.

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12/14/14, In the galleries: Multiple photographic perspectives at the Art Gallery at UMD
In these artists’ playful works, there is no one correct vantage point. Double Back: Photographic Reflexivity. On view through Dec. 19 at the Art Gallery, 1202 Art-Sociology Building
12/11/14, The Diamondback
Students in the School of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies explore proxy baptism in Mormon religious tradition.
12/4/14, The Diamondback
Professor and lighting designer Brian MacDevitt cooks a mean fennel pasta, loves New York and oh, yeah — he’s won five Tony Awards.
12/2/14, The Diamondback
This article quotes Ruth Zambrana, director of the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity.

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