Browse Database by Type or Subject or Name
OPEN HOUSE Explore stories of immigration and meet staff from Special Collections and University Archives. Hornbake Library, Monday, October 15, 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
200 YEARS OF FRANKENSTEIN Join us for a series of events and exhibits designed to honor the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Click for the full schedule
PRESERVING THE POOL UMD and the White House Correspondents' Association are teaming up to provide a digital archive of pool reports documenting the U.S. presidency.
CROSSING THE DIVIDE Join us for the opening reception, Friday, Oct 19 at 5 pm, for an exhibition that explores how Japanese and Americans interacted in post-war Japan (1945-1952).
SHELF SPACE   Located on the edge of campus, Severn Library houses unique and lesser-used materials, extending their lifespans by hundreds of years. Click for a video tour.
Join us at 6:30 pm for a special showing of the classic Mel Brooks film. Free popcorn and FrankenTerps ice cream from the Dairy.
Need equipment to help you study? The Terrapin Learning Commons loans out scanners, computers, calculators and more.
The interdisciplinary dialogue exploring the legacies of 1968 originally scheduled for today, Monday October 15, will now take place on November 14.