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March 2, 2000

TURNING POINTS IN HISTORY THE THEME OF CENTRAL MARYLAND HISTORY DAY, 2000

UMBC's Department of History is proud to host this year's Central Maryland History Day on Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the UMBC Campus. Middle and High School students from over twenty schools in the state will be presenting their research on this year's theme of "Turning Points in History" with exhibits on the 7th Floor of the Albin O. Kuhn Library, screenings of documentary works in the Fine Arts Building, and performances in Lecture Hall III.

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TURNING POINTS IN HISTORY THE THEME OF CENTRAL MARYLAND HISTORY DAY, 2000

UMBC's Department of History is proud to host this year's Central Maryland History Day on Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the UMBC Campus. Middle and High School students from over twenty schools in the state will be presenting their research on this year's theme of "Turning Points in History" with exhibits on the 7th Floor of the Albin O. Kuhn Library, screenings of documentary works in the Fine Arts Building, and performances in Lecture Hall III.

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March 3, 2000

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March 7, 2000

RECEPTOR BIOLOGY ACQUIRED BY NEN LIFE SCIENCE PRODUCTS

Receptor Biology, Inc., an area biotech firm with roots in the UMBC business incubator program, has been acquired by a Boston-based international life science company.

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March 8, 2000

LEADING TECHNOLOGY ACCESS ADVOCATE TO DISCUSS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE

UMBC's Center for Women & Information Technology presents Ana Sisnett, Executive Director of the Austin Free-Net, a non-profit federally funded organization that offers free Internet access and classes in over forty sites in Austin, Texas, many in neighborhoods with large African American and Latino populations. Ms. Sisnett will also read selections of her poetry in the Women's Center, RAC 226, on Friday, March 31 at 1 p.m.

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LEADING TECHNOLOGY ACCESS ADVOCATE TO DISCUSS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE

UMBC's Center for Women & Information Technology presents Ana Sisnett, Executive Director of the Austin Free-Net, a non-profit federally funded organization that offers free Internet access and classes in over forty sites in Austin, Texas, many in neighborhoods with large African American and Latino populations. Ms. Sisnett will also read selections of her poetry in the Women's Center, RAC 226, on Friday, March 31 at 1 p.m.

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March 15, 2000

MULTI-ETHNIC JOB FAIR BRINGS LOCAL EMPLOYERS TO UMBC

Area businesses and organizations interested in diversifying their workforces will participate in this year's Multi-Ethnic Job Fair, sponsored by the UMBC Career Development and Placement Center. Open to all undergraduate and graduate students as well as members of the community, the Job Fair will be held in the University Center Ballroom on Wednesday, April 5, from noon until 3:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

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March 21, 2000

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March 22, 2000

THE ALBIN O. KUHN LIBRARY GALLERY PRESENTS
FRAMING THE EXHIBITION: MULTIPLE CONSTRUCTIONS

Bringing post-modern cultural presentation theory into practice, the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents Framing the Exhibition: Multiple Constructions, an ambitious experimental exhibition that will underscore the otherwise silent machinations of museum practice. Coordinated by the Kuhn Gallery's Curator of Exhibitions Cynthia Wayne and UMBC Associate Professor of American studies Dr. Leslie Prosterman, this exhibition will underscore usually transparent exhibition assumptions and strategies.

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March 23, 2000

UMBC TEAMS WITH CYBER-WARFARE EXPERTS FOR INFORMATION SECURITY CLASSES

UMBC's Division of Professional Education and Training is partnering with area information security experts WarRoom Research, Inc., to develop a curriculum designed to defend businesses from internal and external hacker attacks.

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March 30, 2000

TOP WOMEN EXECUTIVES ADDRESS IT BUSINESS AND SUCCESS AT UMBC

In a rare opportunity to hear some of the top women executives in the country address issues surrounding IT business and success, UMBC's Center for Women & Information Technology is hosting "High Power, High Tech: Women IT Execs Talk Business" on Thursday, April 13 at 4 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. Members of the panel have either founded or managed IT businesses in areas ranging from investment to technology training.

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March 31, 2000

UMBC RESEARCH PARK REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH COMMUNITY COALITION

The UMBC Research Park Corporation and the Coalition for the Preservation of Southwest Baltimore County have reached a settlement agreement that allows construction of the proposed park to begin later this year.

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UMBC RESEARCH PARK REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH COMMUNITY COALITION

The UMBC Research Park Corporation and the Coalition for the Preservation of Southwest Baltimore County have reached a settlement agreement that allows construction of the proposed park to begin later this year.

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UMBC'S DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE PRESENTS
FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA'S YERMA

UMBC's Department of Theatre is proud to present Yerma, April 26 through May 7, 2000 in the UMBC Theatre. Written by Federico García Lorca, Spain's foremost twentieth century dramatist and poet, Yerma explores the theme of childlessness in a marriage and the tragedy that can emerge when societal expectations are fixed and inflexible.
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.

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FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA'S YERMA" »

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