(Photos courtesy of Jen Golbeck and Rosie Grant)
The Secrets to Social Success feat. Jen GolbeckFebruary 3, 2023 | Karen Shih | Terp Magazine
Students Learn to Game Algorithms and Grow Audiences in Popular Class
Japanese Americans arrive by train to the Santa Anita Park assembly center in April 1942 before being sent to camps. More than 100,000 people were eventually imprisoned at locations in California, Idaho, Colorado and even Arkansas. (hoto courtesy of UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library)
Truth in Exile feat. Richard MarcianoFebruary 3, 2023 | Liam Farrell | Terp Magazine
Decades after more than 100,000 Japanese Americans were forced into camps during World War II, a UMD archival expert is making sure the …
The INFO College Celebrates Black History MonthFebruary 1, 2023 | UMD INFO Staff
Papers, events, and projects that highlight the Black community.
Podcasts Listened to by the INFO College CommunityJanuary 12, 2023 | Camille Rogers
Looking for a new podcast? Here's what our faculty and staff are listening to.
Frias-Martinez Joins UMD Effort Focused on Food and Nutrition SecurityJanuary 7, 2023 | UMIACS
The multidisciplinary team received a $750K NSF grant to address the challenges of food security in Maryland.
Left to right: Stephen Freeman, Keith Marzullo (INFO College Dean), and Brett Harrison
Introducing iLEAD’s Newest MembersJanuary 6, 2023 | UMD INFO Staff
Brett Harrison is a senior managing director in FTI’s Technology Segment and Stephen Freeman is vice president of Surety at M&T Insur …
(Video) CAFe Speaker Series: Belongings, Archives, & Indigenizing DesignJanuary 3, 2023 | Emily Davidson
Tomaquag Museum Executive Director Lorén Spears discusses strategies for decolonizing and Indigenizing museum policies, processes, and …
100 Women Making AI Ethical and AccessibleDecember 19, 2022 | Laurie Robinson
Associate Professor Jessica Vitak made the list of 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics.
(Video) SoDa Symposium: Rehabilitation of Open-endsDecember 15, 2022 | Emily Davidson
Carol Haney of Qualtrics and Professor Philip Resnik discuss the advantages of open-ends in survey research.