The Stamp, Jimenez Room

Three Years Later: Lt. Richard Collins III and Community Healing

Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

The SADI commitee invites you to join Dr. Carlton Green and Neijma Celestine-Donnor in an important conversation where participants will be invited to share and reflect about how you, your colleagues, and students’ interpersonal functioning might be affected throughout the final phase of the Lt. Collins' murder trial. We’ll also devote time to discuss what needs to happen in order for the campus to continue to move toward individual and community healing.

For a flyer with more details, please click here.


Friday, April 26, 2019 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM | Juan Ramon Jimenez Room 2208 | Sponsored by the Korean Student Association and Filipino Cultural Association

A collaboration event to celebrate bonding over (yummy) cultural food! A fun time of games, cooking, and eating with good company under a warm April sun.

Contact: Claire Lee -

Diversity and Higher Education: Weathering the Perfect Storm?

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

At the present time, those of us who work in the realm of diversity and inclusion within higher education can be forgiven for feeling as if we face greater challenges than ever before. It seems that the tensions, sensitivities, and provocations are constant and escalating, and the needs our students present for our support, counsel and tutelage have never been greater.

Wafaa Bilal: Making The Invisible Visible

Thursday, April 7, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

In this public lecture, Wafaa Bilal discusses specific bodies of his work including Domestic Tension (aka Shoot an Iraqi), Virtual Jihadi and the 3rdi, elaborating on the evolution of his artwork, reflecting on his personal narrative and experiences living in both the conflict zone of Iraq and the comfort zone of the United States. His dynamic, participatory work blends technology and performance to engage viewers in dialogue. The controversial aspects of his work spark deeper conversation, posing questions about political and personal realities. Bilal's work places him in the role of artist as platform initiator, helping to shift and change distribution channels in media. 

Presented by the Stamp Gallery and the Graduate Art History Association With support from the Department of Art History and Archaeology and the Department of Art.

This event is part of the university’s “Maryland Dialogues on Diversity & Community” series. Learn more at:

Tule Lake: The Japanese American Experience in the WWII Segregation Center

Monday, May 4, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:30pm

Please join the Digital Curation Innovation Center and the College of Information Studies in welcoming Dr. Satsuki Ina to discuss the experience of Japanese Americans in the World War II Internment site, Tule Lake, and screen her award-winning documentary "From a Silk Cocoon."

Dr. Satsuki Ina will discuss the impacts on the individual-scale and the community-scale of the forced internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans in Internment Camps during the Second World War. Dr. Ina, a notable psychotherapist, Professor Emeritus, and former internee, shares her family's story of internment.


For more information, contact:
Diane M. Travis
Digital Curation Innovation Center at the College of Information Studies
+1 301 405 9535



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