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Researcher of the Week
Christine Au

Meet Christine...
She is a Asian Studies major, a MLLI Honors student and a URA Scholar. Christine is also a transfer student from Anne Arundel Community College - Go Pioneers! In her spare time she is a volunteer ambassador for UMBC and an active member of the Asian Studies society.
Read her abstract here...



Did You Know?

The Undergraduate Degree Requirements can be found here. Take charge of your academic career!



New Part-time position!

The Office of Undergraduate Education is looking for a part-time Receptionist/Office Assistant w/Communication Design. All majors welcomed! This is an on-campus position, perfect for the dilligent student.



Ura Workshop
How to write a personal statement

Wednesday, December 3
12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m.
Sherman Hall 150
Come one, come all - All Majors are welcomed!



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The Office of Undergraduate Education is looking for a part-time Receptionist/Office Assistant w/Communication Design. 
For more information see our listing in UMBCworks.
See Job Number 9269752.

Note: You must be an UMBC student to have access the jobs website.


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REU Opportunities

Are you looking for a REU Opportunity? Universities and Research Centers across the nation are actively seeking undergraduates who are looking to advance their academic careers. Current programs are accepting students enrolled in either 2-year or 4-year schools.
Your Career Starts Today!


Spring Opportunities for New Students!

New students, first-years and transfers, interested in making a smooth transition to the University should consider adding a First-Year Seminar (FYS) or a course with the "Introduction to a Honors University" seminar connected to it to their fall schedule. FYS courses are listed in the schedule of classes, and a list of courses with the IHU can be found at:
IHU Schedule

Pictures from the Sonia Nazario lecture/book signing are available. Select our image below or select the Flickr button (on the bottom-left column) to go to the images.

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Enriques Journey

Thank you to our partners!

We would like to thank the Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Division of Student Affairs, the Latino Hispanic Faculty Association, and the Dresher Center for the Humanities for sponsoring Ms. Nazario's visit to our campus. Their assistance made this event.

We would also like to thank all who contributed to or participated in the many opportunities that Ms. Nazario's visit provided. A special Thank You to faculty members who assigned their students to attend the lecture or encouraged attendance. We had a record crowd.

A recording of the lecture will be available soon for classroom use only. Contact Jill Randles for more information.