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The health and safety of our community remain a top priority. In order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, events will be held online or postponed to a later date. Please check individual event pages for updated information.

  • October 30

    Dingman Fridays advising sessions will be held every Friday of the semester from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. virtually on Zoom. These sessions are open to all UMD students, staff and alumni.

    Time

    11:00 AM

    Location

     
  • October 31

    These new and innovative virtual case competitions allow undergraduate students to solve a real global business issue with a focus on business resilience.

    Time

    (All day)

    Location

    Online

     
  • November 04

    Every Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. meet with a Dingman Center team member virtually on Zoom. During these brief 1:1 sessions, a team member will introduce you to the center and aim to match you with the resources, advisors, funding, programming, or other support you need.

    Time

    1:00 PM

    Location

     
  • November 05

    This colloquium from the ARHU Dean’s Colloquium Series on Race, Equity and Justice features Julius Fleming, Jr., assistant professor in English, who will discuss his book, “Black Patience: Performance, Civil Rights, and the Refusal to Wait for Freedom.”

    Time

    9:00 AM

    Location

     
  • November 05

    Join the Anacostia Community Museum for a discussion with Andrea S.

    Time

    5:30 PM

    Location

     
  • November 06

    Dingman Fridays advising sessions will be held every Friday of the semester from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. virtually on Zoom. These sessions are open to all UMD students, staff and alumni.

    Time

    11:00 AM

    Location

     
  • November 06

    In order to help our faculty and staff stay mentally well and respond to the mental health needs of our students, the Counseling Center will be offering workshops exclusively for UMD faculty and staff throughout the fall semester.

    Time

    12:00 PM

    Location

     
  • November 10

    In the 1943, the Harmon Foundation commissioned artists Betsy Graves Reyneau and Laura Wheeler Waring to make portraits of eminent Black Americans capable of highlighting Black achievement and fighting white prejudice.These 42 paintings were first shown at the Smithsonian in 1944.

    Time

    5:00 PM

    Location

     
  • November 11

    These new and innovative virtual case competitions allow undergraduate students to solve a real global business issue with a focus on business resilience.

    Time

    (All day)

    Location

    Online

     
  • November 11

    Every Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. meet with a Dingman Center team member virtually on Zoom. During these brief 1:1 sessions, a team member will introduce you to the center and aim to match you with the resources, advisors, funding, programming, or other support you need.

    Time

    1:00 PM

    Location

     

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Robert H. Smith School of Business
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