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‘Voces Sin Fronteras’ Shares Young Immigrants’ Perspectives on Life in the U.S.
By Isabella Neri
UMD Looks at Immigration & Rule of Law in the Trump Administration
By the Office of International Affairs
UMD to mark 2018-19 as campus "Year of Immigration."
Faculty, staff and students across UMD’s schools and colleges organize curricula and programming on issues related to immigration, global migration and refugees, in keeping
UMD Named Top Fulbright Student and Scholar Producer
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has recognized the University of Maryland as a top producer of U.S. Student and Scholar Fulbright...
UMD Names Roots Africa as Representative for U21 RISE Showcase
The University of Maryland is proud to announce Roots Africa as its representative for the 2019 Universitas21 (U21) RISE Showcase and Awards.
UMD International Programs Show Resilience and Progress, IIE's ‘Open Doors’ Survey Reports
A rise in the number of UMD students studying abroad and steady international student attendance are reported during International Education Week.
Join us for International Education Week, Nov. 12-16
The Office of International Affairs invites the University of Maryland community to International Education Week (IEW), Nov. 12-16. A joint initiative of the U.S.
A conversation with 2017 Sendak Fellowship winner Rashin Kheiriyeh
Rashin Kheiriyeh, who teaches drawing at the UMD School of Art, is an award-winning artist, illustrator and wri
Roshan Institute Digital Studies Program has global implications for Persian Literature
Among the earliest and most consistent academic advocates for the digital revolution have been scholars in the Humanities. The latest example is the Per
UMD Among Peace Corps’ Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges
UMD is ranked #15 among large schools on the Peace Corp's 2017 Top Volunteer-producing Colleges and Universities list, with 42 alumni currently volunteering worldwide.