Undocumented Student Resources: Website Launch

The University of Maryland has launched the new site Undocumented Student Resources. This site contains useful information for students, faculty, and staff. At the bottom of the post, there are printable PDF resources courtesy of Undocumented Student Resources. Keep reading Continue reading Undocumented Student Resources: Website Launch

University of Maryland ranked #1 in Best Value for Graduate Education

Value Colleges provides information and resources for students deciding on where to pursue their higher education. The site researches various institutions and their offerings and compiles convenient lists and rankings. Value Colleges recently released their Top 50 Best Value Graduate Continue reading University of Maryland ranked #1 in Best Value for Graduate Education

Message to UMD Community from Office of Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct

Dear UMD Community Members: Due to a reported increase in bias incidents and discriminatory conduct both outside and within our campus community, we believe it is important to reiterate that the University of Maryland is committed to creating a welcoming Continue reading Message to UMD Community from Office of Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct

Night Against Hate with MITH – Thursday 10/13 7-9pm

Check out this message from MITH about their “Night Against Hate” event this week: Social media platforms enable connection and sharing among friends, family and colleagues, while offering unprecedented opportunities for getting ideas out to much larger audiences. Political events Continue reading Night Against Hate with MITH – Thursday 10/13 7-9pm

A Think and Do Day of Intellectual Activism – Friday, December 4th

A Think and Do Day of Intellectual Activism Friday, December 4, 2015 9:00am-2:00pm Stamp Student Union, Charles Carroll Room 2203K  The Arts and Humanities Center for Synergy is hosting a day of intellectual activism, with expert speakers, scholars, students, formerly Continue reading A Think and Do Day of Intellectual Activism – Friday, December 4th

Dr. Wayne Wiegand’s “Public Libraries: A People’s History”

On September 16, 2015 the iSchool had the pleasure of hosting a discussion of public libraries with the “Dean of American Library Historians,” Dr. Wayne Wiegand. Dr. Wiegand offered his reflections on the history of public libraries in the US Continue reading Dr. Wayne Wiegand’s “Public Libraries: A People’s History”