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Upcoming Events

Check out a list of upcoming center and departmental events happening across the social sciences at UMBC.

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September 2020

  • Ongoing Fall Semester research writing support groups registration closed
  • 9/9 CS3 Virtual coffee hour: Meet incoming social science faculty!
  • 9/11 Anti-Racism and Actions CAHSS Conversations: Session III
  • 9/14 Department of Political Science Fall 2020 COVID Politics & Policy Series: Featuring Dr. Zoe McLaren (Public Policy); talk to focus on laying the foundations for the series and describing what is known and unknown on COVID-19 at this point
  • 9/16 Geography & Environmental Systems Fall 2020 Seminar Series: Featuring Dr. Emma Colven, University of Oklahoma, “The Production of Jakarta’s Water Crisis – A Political Ecology of Speculative Urbanism”
  • 9/17 Social Sciences Forum/Constitution Day lecture, “America’s Amoral Constitution,” featuring Dr. Richard Albert, University of Texas; organized by the Department of Political Science and co-sponsored by the Center for Democracy and Civic Life
  • 9/21 at noon: How to Write a Social Science and Humanities Literature Review, sponsored by the UMBC Library
  • 9/21 at noon: Department of Political Science Fall 2020 COVID Politics & Policy Series: Featuring Hon. Steven M. Bieda, Former State Rep and Senator from MI; talk will describe the politics of state legislative decisionmaking regarding COVID-19 in an intergovernmental structure. View the series here.
  • 9/28 at noon: Department of Political Science Fall 2020 COVID Politics & Policy Series: Featuring Dr. Christopher Goodman, Northern Illinois University; talk will describe the intergovernmental dimensions of COVID-19 policies and particularly state pre-emption of local decisions. View the series here.
  • 9/30 at noon: First Post-Presidential Debate Lunch and Learn: Featuring Dr. Tom Schaller (Political Science) and Dr. Fan Yang (Media & Communications Studies) registration required
  • 9/30 at noon: Department of Economics/School of Public Policy Speaker Series: Featuring Dr. Analisa Packham, Vanderbilt University, “Dying to Work: Effects of Unemployment Insurance on Health”  (WebEx info to come)

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October 2020

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November 2020

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December 2020