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Congratulations to Lillian Speaks for getting into the University of Maryland Law School. We are very proud of you and wish you the best of luck!
The FBI will be on campus on Wednesday
recruiting for positions available to all majors.
"The hiring freeze that has prevented the FBI from actively
recruiting on campus has been lifted and they will be on campus to meet
with students from ALL majors in The Commons, Room 331, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. The FBI is estimating that 2,000 positions will be opening within the next couple of years."
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Kelsey Donnellan received a URA grant for next year's URCAD! Congratulations!
After applying to multiple social work programs Samantha Kahan has decided to further her career by attending the University of Maryland!
When: Wednesdays 7:10 - 9:40 pm
This class will use a case-based approach to explore the influence of human culture on health policy, management and practice, providing a background to the disparities in health found within the United States. In order to provide a unifying context for these explorations, the class will include a general introduction to global health. This introduction will identify the influences of culture, religion and resources on global health decisions as experienced by major health organizations. Some examples of the specific topics that this class will cover include population screening for disease and carrier predictions, domestic and global issues for newborns and adults, and geographical distributions of disease. All topics will integrate economic, technical, political, ethical and personal challenges experienced by a professional. Students will be encouraged to propose potential solutions and management solutions to real-world issues in health care.
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Undergraduate Research Awards for 2013-2014 have been awarded for 50 student research projects involving 54 students in disciplines and departments across campus. The funded research projects are being conducted in American Studies, Anthropology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biological Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Dance, Health Administration and Public Policy, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics, Media and Communications, Music, Political Science, Physics, Psychology, Theatre, and Visual Arts.
Congratulations to Shayna Blank, Mary Hester, and Valerie "Alexa" Quackenbush!
This course explores fundamental concepts within food systems studies, focusing on the intersection of agriculture, the food industry, human health, environmental sustainability and social justice. Core topics include how our food system supports or diminishes ecological well-being, biological diversity, human health, equity and social justice, and animal welfare. The course analyzes the key stakeholders in the food system and emerging efforts to transform it.
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-2:15pm
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UMBC's Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD) Wednesday,
April 23, 2014
Poster Presentations, University Ballroom
12:00 - 2:00 Vivian C. Chioma
"Fear Be Gone: Endocannabinoids Modulate Subsecond Dopamine Release during the Extinction of the Fear Memories"
12:00 - 2:00 Mary B. Hester
"Arts Advocacy: How to Inspire Policy Change by Measuring and Communicating the Benefits of Arts Education"
12:00 - 2:00 Michelle Seu
"Investigation of Dimerization Mechanisms in the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus 5' - Untranslated Region"
2:00 - 4:00 Michael Zurkowski
"Student Learning Outcome: Communicating Engineering Design"
1:45 Samantha Hawkins
"Baltimore Voices: Creating a Comprehensive Sense of Place and Identity"
Location: UC 312
2:45 Joyce Ohiri
"Characterizing the AC1-Exemestane Resistant Cell Line in Estrogen-Dependent Breast Cancer"
Location: UC 310
This seminar course will combine
readings, written assignments and class discussions in order to help students
explore the interface between science and spiritual beliefs. Classes
will consider examples and insights from multiple disciplines, including
biology, psychology, mathematics, philosophy, music, art, history and more.
This course will not debate religion versus science; instead it will explore a
variety of different relationships that other minds have advocated over the
years. In particular, the course will NOT seek to introduce any one
particular view as correct: instead, students will be encouraged to develop a
scholarly context for their own, personal view of the relationship between
these two ways of experiencing our place within reality.
For more information contact Dr.
Freeland at firstname.lastname@example.org