Adaptation really has been the name of the game over these past two years. We’ve learned to adapt (whether we wanted to or not) to Zoom meetings, working remotely, and wearing masks in public.
Erin Cain (Political Science and Philosophy ‘23) entered her freshman year at UMD with a unique perspective; she had recently returned from a self-funded backpacking trip through Europe.
A different way of communicating science to the public, and Indigenous viewers will take heart in it: “Someone from the village can do it! You can make an impact.”
Dr. Sara Blaylock (Art History) is sharing her rediscovery of East German artists of the 1980s in a recent publication.
It took Jay Jackson three interviews to get Zoom founder Eric Yuan and his team to hire him in 2013.
Wow, what a year it has been. I am continually surprised by all the twists and turns of our world.
From December 1-17, 2021, alumna Nancy Valentine’s art series “The Audacity to be Asian in Rural America: we owe you no apologies’’ was displayed on the second floor of UMD’s Kathryn A.
When the Theatre Department proposed Alice in Wonderland as part of the 2021–2022 play slate, Dr.