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December 1, 2004

Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery Presents A Thousand Hounds: A Walk with the Dogs Through the History of Photography

Photography has offered a means of documentation and expression for more than 160 years. Focusing on a seemingly obscure subject, curators Raymond Merritt and Miles Barth have unearthed a delightful and varied array of images in which the dog's presence serves as a central trope in the history of the medium.

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December 3, 2004

Maryland Universities Looking for a Few Good Women for Real-Life 'Apprentice'

UMBC is looking for a few good women to learn high-tech, entrepreneurial skills in ACTiVATE, a real-world class that could be as competitive as the hit reality TV show "The Apprentice."

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Maryland Universities Looking for a Few Good Women for Real-Life 'Apprentice'

UMBC Hosts Entrepreneurial Battle to Take University Technologies to Market

Contact: Chip Rose

UMBC News

410-455-5793

crose@umbc.edu

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December 4, 2004

Kudos

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December 8, 2004

UMBC's 2005 Legislative Audit

While three years may seem like a long time between legislative audits, there is no downtime for the Management Advisory Services Department (MAS)--and for the rest of the campus community--when it comes to preparation.

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December 10, 2004

UMBC Research Park Welcomes IT Firm, NASA Centers to Second Building

Award-Winning Startup BDMetrics, $148 Million NASA Centers Are Newest Additions

Contact: Chip Rose

UMBC News

410-455-5793

crose@umbc.edu

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December 15, 2004

Discover Magazine Names UMBC Professor's 'Man Who Shocked the World' Among Top 20 Science Books of 2004

Discover Magazine has named "The Man Who Shocked the World: The Life and Legacy of Stanley Milgram" by UMBC psychology professor Thomas Blass as one of the Top 20 Science Books of 2004. The national honor is the latest accolade for Blass's biography of Milgram, one of the most controversial psychologists in modern history.

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Discover Magazine Names UMBC Professor's 'Man Who Shocked the World' Among Top 20 Science Books of 2004

National Honor for Blass's Bio of Controversial Scientist Stanley Milgram

Contact: Chip Rose

UMBC News

410-455-5793

crose@umbc.edu

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December 20, 2004

The Kiev Killer Comes to Kansas

The Cuban Cyclone, The Polish Magician and The Kiev Killer are headed to Kansas, and they're out for revenge. Residents of Wichita may feel they aren't in Kansas anymore later this month when the international, intellectual sport of college chess brings top UMBC players from Cuba, India, Poland and the Ukraine to town for the 2004 Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Tournament, the Super Bowl of college chess.

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December 22, 2004

Route 32 Expansion Will Reduce Congestion, Study Finds

The best way to relieve congestion on Route 32 between Interstate 70 and Route 108 in Maryland is to adopt the State Highway Administration (SHA) plan to widen Route 32 to four lanes, according to a study by graduate students in the UMBC Department of Public Policy.

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Route 32 Expansion Will Reduce Congestion, Study Finds

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