HJ Patterson Global Crossroads Atrium
University of Maryland
Put on a pack and join us as we ruck around campus.
Make a team or come as a free agent! TerpVets kayak football tournament is a fun way to spend a Sunday with family and friends.
After enjoying the reception and meeting UMD student veterans from the past and present, come to the UMD football game celebrating military service.
This session, held in the Lee Building (Room 2124), is specifically for postdoctoral research associates and fellows, but current doc students are welcome to attend. Get an overview of the academic job search process. Learn more about the academic job market overall, what makes a competitive candidate and resources for those interested in pursuing academic careers. Deadline to register: May 9
Contact: Blessing Enekwe, email@example.com
Join the Global Classrooms Initiative Community in the H.J. Patterson Hall Atrium for our end of semester showcase to hear from students about the projects they completed this semester with their international counterparts. Global Classrooms are international virtual exchange courses that facilitate project based learning. Each semester the Office of International Affairs supports a number of courses that engage with international communities from Bangladesh to Cuba to Iraq to all over the world. Join us for afternoon coffee and snacks while students share their projects and experiences in a virtual international course.
Contact: Office of International Affairs
The Community Engagement, Environmental Justice, and Health (CEEJH) welcomes Dr. Robert Bullard, distinguished professor of urban planning and environmental policy in the Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs at Texas Southern University in Houston, to give the seventh annual CEEJH lecture at the School of Public Health. Dr. Bullard will present a talk titled, "The Wrong Complexion for Protection: Race, Place and the Politics of Pollution." Registration is required, and the event is free.
Contact: Sacoby Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Maryland opens its doors and invites the community to enjoy a free, fun-filled day of learning, exploration, and discovery. Explore our world of fearless ideas.
Contact: University of Maryland, 301.405.1000
Have you ever wanted to learn more about thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes and other severe weather? Would you know what to do in a severe weather emergency? Now's your chance to find out! The National Weather Service is coming to campus to teach their introductory storm spotting class "Basics I" at the School of Public Health, Room 1312. There are no prerequisites, and anyone at least 14 years old can attend and become a certified storm spotter. The class is FREE but please register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/skywarn-basics-prince-georges-county-tickets-44078487944 to ensure a space.
Contact: MetoGrads, email@example.com