In this talk, prominent activist, writer, poet, and cultural entrepreneur, Efray Yerday, will ask questions about the fluidity of blackness and whiteness in the Israeli context, especially within the Israeli Jewish community, which reflects diverse as well as conflicting histories and legacies that revolve around race and ethnicity.
The BSOS Dean’s Student Advisory Council is hosting a number of professional development and social events that may be of interest to you. We hope that we can see you there!
Pathways to Success Panel | Thursday, November 2nd @ 5pm
Dr. Beka Guluma, Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of African American Studies, had published his first article from his dissertation titled, " I’m Not Habesha, I’m Oromo: Immigration, Ethnic Identity, and the Transnationality of Blackness."
BSOS Students, alumni, faculty & staff are invited to attend the UMD Career & Internship Fair. Make a new connection for the future or discuss internship, full-time and part-time employment opportunities.
Are you looking for a way to jump-start your involvement on campus, engage and learn about both campus and the surrounding community, and gain tangible skills for your future career? Apply to volunteer with Terps for Change!
On Wednesday, June 7, 2023, the UMD National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Asian American Student Union, PLUMAS and USAS organizing for Affirmative Action!
To RSVP for your *free t-shirt and dinner* sign up here:
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is seeking to enhance the student advising experience and we need your help! We have launched an online survey that will help us determine how to meet the needs of BSOS students. We hope that you will take the time to share your experiences and perspectives.