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How Data Became the New Medium for Artists
A growing number of artists, including Hasan Elahi, are using data from self-tracking apps in their pieces, showing that creative work is as much a product of its technology as of its time.
Victoria Monsaint-Queeney
English and environmental science and technology double major will receive hands-on training and internship with NOAA.

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Seventeen faculty members from the College of Arts and Humanities were awarded tenured positions and promotions to full professor.
Maud Casey will join writers, scholars, artists, historians, scientists and university faculty members after being selected last week for a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. She is one of 175 chosen from more than 3,100 applicants.
Nine UMD students awarded Boren Scholarships, which provide up to $20,000 for long-term language-focused study abroad.
The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, May 8.

ARHU
In The News

4/27/15, The Diamondback
Maud Casey will join writers, scholars, artists, historians, scientists and university faculty members after being selected last week for a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. She is one of 175 chosen from more than 3,100 applicants.
4/24/15, The Diamondback
The concert and discussions this weekend and next week present potential solutions for the region.
4/17/15, The Diamondback
Award-winning writer speaks to 50 at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
4/17/15, The Washington Post
The Washington Post features The Art Gallery's exhibit "Streams of Being" among many others in the area.

Upcoming
Events

David C. Driskell Center, University...
Thu, 2/5/15 - 9:00 AM
Dance Theatre, The Clarice
Sun, 5/31/15 - 3:00 PM