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Undergraduate Research

Are you curious about a topic? Research involves inquiry, design, investigation, scholarship, discovery, application, writing and/or performance. It can be faculty mentored or self-directed work that enables individual students or small groups of students to explore an issue of interest to them, and share the results to others. Our proximity to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore affords students immediate connection and the ability to research a local, national, or international issue, as well as an increased appreciation of the value of multidisciplinary approaches.

For more information, visit the Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research. Also consider the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program

An exhibition focusing on the theme of American artists using technology in the years around 1970.
Tue, 2/13/18 - 11:13 AM
Join the Department of American Studies for a short panel and facilitated discussion.
Internationally recognized soprano Linda Mabbs returns to the Gildenhorn Recital Hall stage.
Tue, 2/6/18 - 12:02 PM
We invite you to join us for the opening of the honors curated exhibition “Back and Forth."
Thu, 2/1/18 - 11:07 AM
Join us and celebrate love by listening in or reciting your favorite love poem in the language of your choice.
Thu, 2/1/18 - 10:00 AM
Innovative research and programming at the college showcases African American culture and history.
Tue, 1/23/18 - 11:08 AM
In False Monarchy, Philadelphia-based artist Kyle Kogut explores the contemporary politics of American myth and despair.
Sat, 1/13/18 - 8:47 AM
A one-day international colloquium celebrating the professional career and scholarly interests of Judith P. Hallett.
Students and faculty gathered to celebrate the winners of the "Express Yourself! Race & Racism" student contest.
Wed, 12/13/17 - 1:00 PM
The Black Theatre & Dance Symposium champions efforts towards inclusion and diversity in American theatre, dance, and performance.
Thu, 11/30/17 - 12:55 PM
Come celebrate the winners of this year’s Express Yourself! Race & Racism student expression contest.