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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

Tue, 10/3/17 - 10:38 AM
Join assistant director Taras W. Matla for an in-gallery conversation exploring the Gallery's fall exhibition Laid, Placed, and Arranged.

Join The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center's Artist Partner Program for a post-performance creative conversation with the artists of Aakash Odedra's "Rising."

Unity Mural at 2017 NEXTNow Festival
The mural comes after the murder of Bowie State University student Richard Collins on this university's campus in May.

Join us in the Researching, Reading, and Writing Latin American History: Theory, Methods, Politics Conference.

The SLLC Language House living and learning program celebrates their cluster with films, performances and presentations.
Join the African American Studies Department for an important town hall to share community concerns and discuss strategic responses to incidents of bias and intimidation on campus.
Fri, 9/1/17 - 1:46 PM
Join the Department of Germanic Studies for our year-long movie series: Volk ohne Humor?: The German Comedy Film.
Itamar Francez is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Chicago.
Prof Robyn Muncy discusses women’s voting rights after the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Fri, 8/25/17 - 2:00 PM
Join us for a pre-show lecture on the universality of choice and consequence by James Hollis of the Jung Society of Washington.