Posts tagged ‘umbc’

6-5-12: My Station North

Neighborhood students explore the sights and sounds of Station North.

Continue Reading June 5, 2012 at 7:45 am 2 comments

3-6-12: Grrl Parts

This weekend, “Grrl Parts” will present five plays commissioned by UMBC’s theater department for women playwrights and actors. Tom talks to artistic director Susan McCully about the production.

Continue Reading March 6, 2012 at 7:50 am 1 comment

12-16-11: Life and Loss in the Shadow of the Holocaust

A treasure trove of letters and diaries gives us a fine-grained portrait of what it took to keep a Jewish family together as the Nazis slowly and stealthily put a stranglehold on 1930s Germany. We’ll talk to the authors of “Life and Loss in the Shadow of the Holocaust.”

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3-14-11: Thoughtography

Tom Hall gets a tour of Ted Serios’s “paranormal photographs” at UMBC’s Kuhn Library Gallery.

Continue Reading March 14, 2011 at 7:50 am 4 comments

2-14-11: Transitional Justice in Egypt

UMBC assistant professor Brian Grodsky has examined democratic transitions in eastern Europe and the Balkans. We’ll find out what he makes of Egypt’s immediate future.

Continue Reading February 14, 2011 at 8:56 am 2 comments

12-14-10: Maryland Filmmakers “Lift Up” Haiti

Two brothers with one foot in Maryland, one foot in Haiti, document the country on film, post-earthquake.

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9-28-10: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski

In advance of his appearance at a panel discussion about the purpose of public education, UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski shares with Sheilah his thoughts on the role of parents in public schools.

Continue Reading September 27, 2010 at 4:11 pm 1 comment

7-2-10: Maryland Morning Screen Test Presents Eric Dyer

In the first installment of Maryland Morning Screen Test, Tom Hall talks to experimental animator Eric Dyer. The film series takes place the last Wednesday of every month at The Windup Space in Baltimore.

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3-15-10: The Films of Eric Dyer

The mesmerizing animated shorts of filmmaker Eric Dyer — now incorporating 3-D printing.

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2-10-10: Measuring the Biological Effects of Development

A UMBC professor forging a new understanding about the effects of development on ecosystems.

Continue Reading February 9, 2010 at 6:42 pm 1 comment

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