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The Nyumburu Cultural Center is planning its 50th-year anniversary hybrid program. This celebration will feature entertainment, student testimonials, speeches from University of Maryland alumni, and a host of surprises that you will thoroughly enjoy.

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The NewsBreak current events dialogue series was initiated to encourage the expression of critical thought and leadership through engagement in a facilitated discussion that gauges and challenges individual responses to recent events in the global, national, and campus community.

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Join the CARE outreach peers for an evening of tie-dyeing, refreshments, activities, and more.

More information to be announced via CARE social media, so follow @CareUMD on Instagram and Twitter.

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This lecture is part of the Distinguished Scholar-Teacher (DST) Lecture Series, which recognizes successful scholar-teachers and enables them to share their achievements and expertise with the campus at large. These public presentations feature topics related to the research interests of the award recipients.

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Join the Office of Off-Campus & Transfer Student Life (TOCSL) for their monthly Good Morning, Commuters FREE breakfast for transfer and commuting students!

We'll have bagels, muffins, fruit, coffee, and juices, as well as music and plenty of space for you to hang out with fellow off-campus Terps. So swing by the Atrium and get your Wednesday started right!

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Join UMD PACT and UMD Libraries to hear a live, moderated discussion with two experts who will provide a broad overview of the many reasons why open access and open science are beneficial and ethical in scholarly communication. The panelists will also touch upon the ways that inequity affects BIPOC and women scholars throughout the scholarly communication life cycle. They will affirm the impact of "green open access" approaches and the ways in which open access models are changing to become more equitable and inclusive for members of the scholarly community.

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Join International Programs in Agriculture, the University of Maryland for a virtual panel discussion this Friday, October 15, from 9 to 10 a.m. featuring two Mandela Washington Fellows who recently completed their virtual professional development experiences with Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC). They will join experts from Environmental Science & Technology (ENST) and AREC for a discussion on the barriers and obstacles to developing renewable energy, energy efficiency, and advanced smart power technologies in developing countries.

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This workshop from the Counseling Center will address common student mental health concerns, ways to communicate about mental health with students, available mental health resources (including the Counseling Center) and how to refer to them, and methods of coping for everyone involved.

Though advanced registration is not required, you will be prompted to register with your name and email address in order to receive the meeting link. Please note that the Zoom meetings will close to new participants 15 minutes after the start time of the workshop.

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Join UMD Libraries and UMD PACT to hear practical ideas and methods by which to make a difference at the local level in the areas of equitable open access policies and enhanced equity in scholarly communication. Topics include using equity toolkits and sharing actions to enhance equity at the local level and in your own practice.

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