Join Sally Scott and Joby Taylor for a shared discussion: What would you Reimagine for our Baltimore?
Join Dr. Kate Drabinski for this video tour of the history of Baltimore's "correctional campus" and the local organizing people do now to support people through the arrest and incarceration process.
LGBTQ+ history is a growing field, but in many cases, researchers must build their own archives because our stories have not been preserved in traditional ways. Join Dr. Kate Drabinski and UMBC student contributors to learn about the new LGBTQ+ Oral History project she has started with students, to be archived at UMBC's Special Collections.
Learn about the history and significance of the constellations in our night sky. You’ll have a chance to visit the control room for the telescope and the dome to see the telescope itself, followed by a lively discussion about the universe.
The waters of the Chesapeake Bay teem with microscopic organisms—swimming single-celled plankton known as dinoflagellates. But how can we peer into the depths to see them?
Hear about the latest theories and ideas Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. You'll have a chance to visit the control room for the telescope and the dome to see the telescope itself, followed by a lively discussion about the universe.
The current biodiversity crisis is often depicted as a struggle to preserve untouched habitats, but global land use history confirms that empowering Indigenous peoples and local communities is critical to conserve biodiversity across the planet.
Join Dr. Kate Drabinski to learn what happens to Baltimore's trash, and what we can do to lighten the load our trash takes on our health and environment.
During the last open house event of the summer, explore the Milky Way. You'll have a chance to visit the control room for the telescope and the dome to see the telescope itself, followed by a lively discussion about the universe.
Find out how this narrative-based research and digital story-telling program promotes interdisciplinary learning, develops valuable collaboration skills, and creates meaningful final products for the campus and greater Baltimore community.
Join Dr. Jessica Floyd to learn about erotic song from the repertoire of famed chantey singer Stan Hugill.
In this presentation, Courtney Hobson will share her experiences working on these projects, which collect oral histories of descendants and work with them at the site, as well as the benefits and challenges of collaborating with descendant communities.