News and Press
The Center for Global Migration Studies, in conjunction with McKeldin Library, will host a new pop-up exhibition from the National Archives, The Bill of Rights and You. The exhibit commemorates the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights ratification, exploring the first ten amendments of the Constitution. The Bill of Rights and You illustrates how these amendments protect citizens and looks at how Americans exercise the rights outlined in the amendments. You can view the exhibit in the entrance of McKeldin Library through UMD's Maryland Day on April 29. Join us on Maryland Day for a conversation with historians about what the Bill of Rights means in the historical context. This exhibit will be available in collaboration with Maryland Humanities and the Federation of State Humanities Councils.
In the PressARHU Receives $1.25 Million Grant for Digital Synergy Projects (The Diamondback, July 29, 2015)
State Department Sponsors University Event to Discuss Diasporas (The Diamondback, October 2, 2014)
Why Don't We Treat Teeth Like the Rest of Our Bodies? (The Atlantic, September 25, 2014)
UCLA Professor Presents Strains on Family for Undocumented Immigrants (The Diamondback, September 22, 2014)
U-Md. Basketball Arena is Transformed into Makeshift Dental Clinic Through Saturday (The Washington Post, September 5, 2014)
Panel Discusses Immigration Rights and Upcoming Election (The Diamondback, October 24, 2012)