Who is Your Favorite UMD Teacher?
Have you had a favorite teacher at Maryland, one whose course
made a significant and positive impact on your life or future career?
Would you like to recognize that teacher with an award of $1000?
Here is your chance to nominate that teacher!
One prize will be awarded to a full-time teacher in any Undergraduate Studies Program, and another will be awarded to an outstanding General Education course teacher who is a full-time faculty member. Nominate that teacher--»
Message from the Dean
This year our General Education program is close to full implementation with the development of over 160 I-Series and 200 Scholarship in Practice courses. I-Series courses challenge students to wrestle with big questions and with how different disciplines address them. Both these innovative curricular initiatives emphasize high levels of student-faculty engagement and teamwork.
We launched two new programs this academic year.
College Park Scholars Justice and Legal Thought is a collaboration with the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, and Carey Law School at the University of Maryland Baltimore. This program and its companion minor, Law and Society, brings law faculty to our campus, greatly enriching our intellectual life. Carillon Communities is a new living-learning program with three cohorts: Once and Future Planet (from Geology), iGive (from the Center for Philanthropy in the School of Public Affairs), and Write Now (from English and creative writing, anchored in Jimenez-Porter Writers’ House). We are proud of these new programs, and eager to watch their development and success.
These are but a selection of the many ways our programs enhance and enrich the academic lives of our undergraduate students
Donna B. Hamilton
Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and
Dean for Undergraduate Studies
I-Series courses profiled in Chronicle of Higher Education.
Discover internships on and off-campus — for credit or not, your first-stop to find out what UMD offers you. Read more--»
UMD discontinues participation in the Academic Common Market.
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· Half of UMD's fall freshmen class enroll in Honors or Scholars programs.
· Approximately 3,600 students enroll in Letters & Sciences each year.
Meeting the Challenge of Diversity 1968-1976 examines a key period in the desegregation of the University of Maryland. It celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Intensive Educational Development Program, and illuminates the critical role that the program and its people played in the integration of the University of Maryland during the late 1960s and early 1970s.