The second race in the UMBC Intramural Race Spring Series will be the 5K Earth Day Run. The Earth Day run will be held on Wednesday, April 20, starting at 12:15 p.m. in front of the RAC. Online Registration: Now Open on www.imleagues.com.
- Walk-Up registrations are WELCOME the day of starting at 11am in the RAC lobby!
- Race Fee: FREE!
- Races are open to anyone within the UMBC Community (faculty, staff, students).
- Participants get a free t-shirt. Prizes for the first place male, female, and faculty/staff.
Brett Walker, “Natural and Unnatural Disasters: 3/11, Asbestos, and the Unmaking of Japan’s Modern World” — April 21, 4 p.m., Library 7th floor
This paper investigates asbestos in the construction and, more importantly, destruction of Japan’s built environment, with a focus on the impact of the 3/11 disaster and the later clean up. The paper is part of a larger Guggenheim-funded project concerned with the unmaking of the modern built world, and what it means for the future of human health. For more information, please review the full abstract.
Join faculty and students from the School of Public Policy for our second information session of the spring semester on Monday, April 25, 2016 from 12 – 1 p.m. in Public Policy 438. Learn about the Master of Public Policy (MPP) and the joint BA/MPP degree. Lunch is included.
To register, email your name to Sally Helms.
Career Crush, a month long program of career related events has begun! Career Crush offers programming beneficial to everyone from first-year students to Ph.D. candidates. Even the busiest students will find at least one event that fits into their schedules.
This innovative, month long program brings the UMBC campus community together to provide undergraduate and graduate students with opportunities to develop their professional skills and explore their career options through an array of career panels, workshops, fairs, and networking events. A clothing closet with over 2,400 apparel items will be set-up to provide students with free professional clothing for their career needs.
Visit our website for a full schedule of events!
Do you want to know how to create a more engaged, supportive and inclusive UMBC? Have you wondered how to be more respectful and affirming of people from marginalized communities? Do you ever unintentionally offend minoritized people and don’t know why?
Join Student Life’s Mosaic: Center for Culture and Diversity for our new How to be an Effective Ally workshop series! Get practical tips and strategies for supporting and advocating for students and colleagues. All UMBC students, staff and faculty are welcome to participate.
Upcoming Featured Communities/Populations:
- LGTBQ People – April 13, 1-2 p.m.
- People from Underrepresented Religions – April 25, 4-5 p.m.
All workshops will be held in Student Life’s Mosaic Center, Commons Rm. 2B23. Pre-registration is strongly preferred. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide the date and topic of the workshop in your message. Light food/snacks will be served.
Shared Services Centers (SSC) Town Hall Meeting
April 27, 2016
10-11 a.m., Library, 767
Join us at our next Town Hall to discuss progress and impact of our first two SSCs and planning for our next two.
Phase I & Phase II Updates, Shared Services Centers Roundtable Discussion, BPI – Automated HR Contract Renewal Demo & Update:
- We will provide an update on the first year of operations for each of the new SSCs (CNMS and AAOU)
- We will update on you on Phase II planning – planning schedules for implementing Shared Services in the College of Engineering and Information Technology and Student Affairs.
- We will share data from the new RT ticketing system being used by the departments and SSCs to submit and track requests.
- We will engage in open public dialogue in a roundtable discussion, giving the UMBC Community an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
- We will demonstrate the new Automated Personnel Contract Renewal process.
- We will share results and updates of the TAP (Toolkit for Administrative Professionals) website.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Please join the Friends of the Library & Gallery for a delightful evening of dinner with theatre. The theatre performance this year is “Rhinocerous” by Martin Mooney, directed by Eve Munson. It promises to be an entertaining and thought provoking performance.
Reservations for this event must be received by the library by April 15, 2016. Please download and fill out the reservation form and email it to email@example.com. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-455-2356.