The History of Juneteenth Juneteenth celebrates African American freedom from slavery in the U.S. and is the oldest holiday celebrating Emancipation in the country. The holiday honors June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger led Union soldiers into Galveston, Texas Continue reading Celebrate Juneteenth 2021
Inspired Discoveries 2021 had another successful year celebrating undergraduate work. In the second year hosting the symposium online, twenty students presented in twenty-one video presentations alone or in groups displaying their creative and research work in communications, history, psychology, business, Continue reading Congratulations to the Winners of Inspired Discoveries
Inspired Discoveries 2020 was a tremendous success this year! ID2020 was our first-ever online symposium celebrating undergraduate work. Seventeen students presented videos of their very best work including psychology research, video games, fashion, literature, and more. Everyone enjoyed experiencing students’ Continue reading Congratulations to the Winners of Inspired Discoveries!
As we near the end of October, American Archives Month, we are excited to tell you about the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection. This collection of oral histories was recently processed and is available for use at the UB Special Continue reading Connect with the Community with the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection in the Archives!
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that many librarians think research is fun. For students, however, it can sometimes be a source of frustration. It isn’t always easy to tell if you have a good topic, and it can Continue reading Join us for Research Party @ the RLB
Have you ever wondered about the history of University of Baltimore’s buildings? Was your college building constructed just for UB or did it have a previous life? Who used the space before you were a student or staff person at Continue reading The History of UB’s Buildings: The Liberal Arts and Policy Building
Please join the UB Special Collections & Archives as we celebrate the legacy of Eva Anderson and the Baltimore Dance Theater with the new exhibit, forEva: A Tribute to the Baltimore Dance Theater, curated by Deyane Moses. Location: The exhibit Continue reading forEva: A Tribute to the Baltimore Dance Theater
It’s a home, a university square where students and faculty will work together. It’s designed to inspire both individual research and collaboration. Kyle Fierstien The library is certainly home to us! With only a week before the highly anticipated move Continue reading Library 2.0: the new UB library
Apply now to present at the 9th annual Inspired Discoveries, a symposium of undergraduate research and creative works! One of Langsdale Library’s missions is to recognize, encourage, and celebrate research and academic achievements. Take this opportunity to share your hard Continue reading Apply to Inspired Discoveries: Undergrad Symposium of Research & Creative Works
RED Talks, Research Engagement Day, is next Tuesday and Langsdale can’t wait to celebrate the research and creative works of UB’s faculty and graduate students! RED Talks is an opportunity for faculty and graduate students to share their research with Continue reading RED Talks: Research Engagement Day