Tag Archives: Diversity

Broadening Horizons — Part 1

America has a bigotry problem.             Yes, I realize the phrase “bigotry problem” borders on redundancy, but that’s also a bit too simple. What does prejudice look like? How does it impact people? More importantly, what can we do about … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Diversity Month!

Betcha didn’t know April is National Diversity Month! I’m blessed to have been born and raised in such a culturally and ethnically diverse area of the country. As a matter of fact, my city, Silver Spring, Maryland, is the fourth … Continue reading

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Making History Happen: UMBC @ USG’s Public History Minor

The highlight of my time attending the University of Maryland Baltimore County’s undergraduate program at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) has been completing a minor in Public History. Many people have never heard of public history before, but it … Continue reading

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My 3 favorite things about the Universities at Shady Grove (Posted on behalf of Shana Frankel)

1. Diversity While most universities boast diversity, I have been at three campuses before taking courses here in Shady Grove, and I can safely say it has been my most diverse experience yet. The two distinctions that make it so … Continue reading

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