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It's Not Too Late - Spring Enrollment is Still Open!

Do you enjoy pursuing new interests, meeting like-minded individuals, sharing experiences, and engaging the mind in a friendly and relaxed setting? Then join us for our spring semester featuring courses covering a variety of topics. 73 more words

Carlisle Institute For Lifelong Learning

New series: North American Literature and the Environment, 1600-1900 – call for proposals

We are seeking proposals for a new book series, North American Literature and the Environment, 1600-1900, edited by Matthew Wynn Sivils

Building on the growing interest in the environmental humanities, this series focuses on pre-1900 American literary culture – the themes, figures, and issues that emerged during this vital period. 151 more words


Gender in a Global/Local World

Posted by Michael Drapper, Marketing Executive

International Women’s Day has been observed since the early 1900s, a turbulent period marked by rapid industrialization, huge population growth, and the rise of new radical political ideologies. 489 more words

Politics And International Relations

Michele Wolff, Shriver Center, and Stephen Freeland, INDS, in The Catonsville Times

Michele Wolff, Shriver Center, and Stephen Freeland, interdisciplinary studies, were featured in an article about UMBC’s new Summer Enrichment Experience in The Catonsville Times. The Summer Enrichment Experience (SEE) is a commuter day program through the Shriver Center which offers academic courses for middle and high school students. 174 more words

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Tourism Books from Ashgate and Gower

Posted by Katy Crossan, Commissioning Editor

Our high quality Tourism list has gone from strength to strength in the last few years, with a strong focus on heritage tourism, tourism and culture and sustainable tourism. 286 more words


Cellular automaton for an epidemics: growing clusters of activity

Cellular automaton for an epidemic process without immunization: growing clusters of activity (SIR epidemic (S -> I -> R)). (R) Recovered individual (blue); (I) Infected individual (red); (S) Susceptible individual (White).

Biological Motived Problems