Upcoming Events

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9/8 @noon:  CAHSS Looking in the Mirror:  “Race-Conscious Admissions is Over. Now What?” with Tanyka M. Barber, Inaugural Vice President for Institutional Equity and Chief Diversity Officer.  Click here for more details and to join.

9/14 @5pm:  5th Annual Hill-Robinson McNair Lecture with a concert and presentation by Dr. Earl Brooks, UMBC. A Love Supreme: The (Rhetorical) Legacy of John Coltrane. He will be joined by the UMBC Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Matt Belzer. PAHB; Linehan Concert Hall. Click here for more details and registration.

9/15 @noon:  Constitution Day SSF lecture organized by the Department of Political Science.  “A View from the Statehouse: A Constitution Day Conversation with Delegate Mark Chang, ’99.”  AOK Library Gallery.  Click here for more information.

9/20 @noon:  GES Seminar Series with Dr. Mark Gibson, Senior Project Scientist, Air Quality Specialist, KCI Technologies, Sparks, MD.  “Source Apportionment of Canadian Wildfire Smoke.”  Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building, Room 101.

9/20 @4pm:  Katie WellsFritz Fellow, Georgetown University.  Lecture on her forthcoming book: Disrupting D.C.: The Rise of Uber and the Fall of the City. AOK Library GalleryClick here for more details.

9/21 @noon:  ECON/PUBL seminar series with Valerie Michelman, Brown University. Sex, Drugs, and R&D: Missing Innovation from Regulating Female Enrollment in Clinical Trials.  Click here to join.

9/25 @4pm: How to Write a Social Science/Humanities Literature Review presented by AOK Library staff.  Library, Room 259 or online.  Click here for more information and the Webex link.

9/27 @11:30am:  Trena Paulus and Jessica Lester present a virtual workshop: “Designing digital data collection & transcription workflow:  working with social media and Otter.ai”.  Click here for more details and to join. 


10/4 @noon: Language, Literacy, and Culture presents Diva Moreria, Black in the Americas Series.  PAHB 216.  Click here for more information.

10/4 @4pm:  Social Sciences Forum Mullen lecture, hosted by the Department of Economics.  Melissa Kearney, Neil Moskowitz Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland, College Park.  “The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind.” AOK Library Gallery.

10/9 @3pm:  Building Blocks: Big Data Policy with Dr. Udi Sommer.  Lecture, panel discussion, and Q&A organized by the School of Public Policy.  AOK Library Gallery.  Click here for more details.

10/10 @noon:  ECON/PUBL seminar series with Joseph Benitez, University of Kentucky. COVID-19 Pandemic-Linked Job Losses and Health Care Access and Household Financial Health in Medicaid Expansion and Non-expansion States during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  Click here to join.

10/12 @4:30pm: Social Science Research in Government, Business, & Non-Profit Careers: An Alumni Panel.  Join us to learn how UMBC alumni are using social science research to support government and business clients. A panel will be followed by networking and refreshments. AOK Library Gallery.  Click here for more information.

10/25 @noon:  All of Us Research Program workshop presented by Semhar Yohannes, Science Reference and Instruction Librarian, MLS, MPH.  More details to be announced. 

10/26 @noon:  ECON/PUBL seminar series with Jeffrey Burnette, Rochester Institute of Technology. Disaggregating the ACS-ED: Exploring the Uncertainty and Accuracy of School District Level Estimates of American Indian and Alaska Native and White K-12 Population Click here to join.


11/1 @4:30pm:  CAHSS New Faculty Micro Talks.  Join us to learn more about the work and research interests of new CAHSS faculty.  Details to be determined soon! 

11/8 @6pm:  45th annual W.E.B. DuBois SSF lecture with Dr. Moses E. Ochonu, Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair in History and Professor of AfricanHistory at Vanderbilt University, TN. “Eight Phases of African American (Re)Invention ofAfrica.” UC Ballroom.

11/16 @11:30am:  Stephanie R. Carroll presents “Sovereignty and Governance for Indigenous Data Futures”  Click here for more information and to join.

11/29 @4pm:  Human Context of Science & Technology program hosts SSF lecture with Juno Salazar Parreñas, Associate Professor, Science and Technology Studies and Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Cornell University. White Supremacy, Animal Advocacy, and the Longue Durée of Misanthropy.  AOK Library Gallery.

11/30 @noon:  ECON/PUBL seminar series with Lauren Hall, University of Maryland School of Social Work. Do Equity Measures Counteract Unintended Consequences of Performance Funding? Estimating Impacts on Enrollment of Black, Hispanic/Latina, and Low-Income Students?  Click here to join.