News and Events

UMD alumni Madeline Johnson, Sally Palmer, and Scott Koski have all published essays about life in a pandemic in "Survive and Thrive."

Professor David Beard and Sarah Lawler (MA in English, Minor in Literacy and Rhetorical Studies) have co-edited a special issue of "Survive and Thrive."

Krista Twu looks various early editions of the Geneva Bible from the 16th and 17th century.

UM faculty members discuss preparing global ready students.

Poet, Bianco Stone, visits the UMD Alworth Planetarium.

ELWS announces Jankofsky essay winners.

Professor David Beard completes long-term editing project for RhetCanada.

The Alworth Planetarium animators ,John Akre and Beth Peloff, talk about different kinds of sky animations and demonstrate some of their own techniques.

ELWS faculty members, Lisa Horton and David Beard, publish essay in new book on role-playing games in the digital age.

ELWS and Communication faculty reflect upon the place of religion in the public university.