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Stay tuned for more details on our Fall 2022 events!

September

  • 9/15 @5pm:  4th Annual Hill-Robinson McNair Lecture hosted by the UMBC McNair Scholars Program.  AOK Library 7th Floor.  Registration is required.
  • 9/21 @noon:  Constitution Day SSF lecture organized by the Department of Political Science.  AOK Library 7th Floor.
  • 9/28 @4pm:  Lipitz Lecture with Dr. Tim Gindling, Professor of Economics.  AOK Library 7th Floor.
  • 9/30 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Dr. Kate Drabinski, Principal Lecturer, Gender, Women’s, + Sexuality Studies at UMBC.  Details coming soon!

October

  • 10/4 @4pm:   Celebrating Social Science Books and High-Impact Articles.  The Center for Social Science Scholarship invites you to celebrate books and high-impact articles written by social science faculty and published since 2020. Copies of the publications will be available for consultation, a few authors will give micro-talks about their work, and a reception will follow.  AOK Library 7th Floor.
  • 10/6 @4pm:  SSF Lecture with David Peterson, organized by the Department of Modern Languages, Linguistics & Intercultural Communication.  David Peterson, language creator of Legendary’s Dune, HBO’s Game of Thrones, HBO’s House of the Dragon, and many others, details his process for authentic language creation. Drawing from linguistics and language study, and utilizing both traditional and digital tools, Peterson goes through the creation of a language’s sound system, grammar, lexicon, and writing system, and discusses how his work interfaces with film, television and video game production.  AOK Library 7th Floor.
  • 10/10 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Ms. Glennor Shirley, retired prison librarian.  Details coming soon!
  • 10/13 @4pm:  CAHSS Colloquium Panel on Resilience, organized by the CAHSS Centers.  CADVA Gallery. Registration required.  Details coming soon.
  • 10/19 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Mr. Kevin Muhitch, UMBC Alum; Morgan, Angel & Associates Research Associate.  Details coming soon.
  • 10/26 @noon:   AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Ms. Elaine MacDougall, UMBC lecturer and Writing Center Director.  Details coming soon.
  • 10/28 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Ms. Yanet Amanuel, ACLU Director of Public Policy.  Details coming soon.

November

  • 11/2 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Mr. Lawrence Grandpre, Director of Research, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.  Details coming soon.
  • 11/9 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Dr. Michael Casiano, Assistant Professor of American Studies at UMBC.  Details coming soon.
  • 11/9 @5pm:  W.E.B. DuBois SSF Lecture organized by the Department of Africana Studies.  Details TBD.
  • 11/15 @4pm:  SSF Mullen Lecture organized by the Department of Economics.  Details TBD.
  • 11/16 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Ms. Betsy Fox Tolentino, MD Deputy Secretary, Community Operations, Department of Juvenile Services. Details coming soon.

December

  • 12/1 @4pm:  Lipitz Lecture with Dr. Gloria Chuku, Professor & Chair of the Department of Africana Studies.  Details TBD.
  • 12/2 @noon:  AOK Library’s FL22 Spotlight Symposium on prison incarceration with Mr. Nathaniel R. Balis, Director, Juvenile Justice Strategy Group, The Annie E. Casey Foundation.  Details coming soon.

July

  • 7/27 @noon:  AOK Library Spotlight Series with Dr. Kerri Evans  School Welcome for Immigrant Students in K-12.  In this presentation, Dr. Evans will begin with discussing a variety of barriers that immigrant students face in K-12 schools in the United States. She will then share some promising practices of services that can help immigrant students nationally, and in Baltimore. She will end with discussing an emerging project and intervention that is designed to help local schools meet some of these needs within their own school, or district.