Celebration Honors Scholarship, Research Excellence
Inaugural campus event recognizes high-impact achievements.
Find the latest news and information from around the college, including student experiences, faculty research and awards, and alumni updates.
"Posing Beauty in African American Culture," the latest exhibition at the David Driskell Center, confirms that Black people are lovely.
Alums help develop exhibition on expressions of freedom, from WWII-era Rockwell to today.
New exhibition examines depictions of African American beauty.
Submit a nomination by Friday, February 8, 2019.
Technology makes society more efficient, but is moving faster always such a good thing? American studies Professor Jason Farman's new book delves into history and looks at the benefits and consequences of waiting.
UMD’s National Orchestral Institute hit a high note on Friday with a Grammy nomination for best orchestral performance.
Viet Thanh Nguyen’s new book is titled “The Refugees."
A history professor says the Saudis are acting like Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and other tyrants by killing a prominent opponent to send a message to the populace.
The singer-songwriter discussed political song for a politically charged population.
When everyone’s a critic, do critics still matter?
The curtain closed for the last time at University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance, & Performance Studies’ adaptation of “Little Shop of Horrors” with a sold out performance at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Friday evening.
American studies professor Psyche Williams-Forson weighs in on the cultural food shaming that exists in society.
UMD artists and researchers open new views of opera.
UMD alum and wife finish stint in “Waitress.”
UMD alum writes his story about serving time for a crime he committed at 16, and discovering how hard it is for a felon to get a second chance.