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College & School Contacts


Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of

Contact: Heather Buchanan, 301.405.0117, hbuchan1@umd.edu


Architecture, Planning and Preservation, School of

Contact: Michael Brick, 301.405.6291, brickm@umd.edu


Arts and Humanities, College of

American Studies, Department of

Contact: Tammi Archer, 301.405.1354, tarcher@umd.edu

Art, Department of

Contact: Jennifer Flores, 301.405.7790, jflores4@umd.edu

Art History, Department of

Contact: Anna Waller, 301.405.1480, awaller@umd.edu

Communication, Department of

Contact: Carlin Bokal, 301.405.6519, cbokal@umd.edu

Classics, Department of

Contact: Patricia Rhodes-Kelly, 301.405.2014, prhodes@umd.edu

English and Comparative Literature, Departments of

Contact: Karen Lewis, 301.405.3825, lewiske@umd.edu

Film Studies, Department of

Contact: Josiland Chambers, 301.405.6021, jchamb@umd.edu

History, Department of

Contact: Jodi Hall, 301.405.4268, jlhall@umd.edu

Jewish Studies, Department of

Contact: Debra Kirsch, 301.405.4975, dakirsch@umd.edu

Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, School of

Contact: Josiland Chambers, 301.405.6021, jchamb@umd.edu and Adrianna Atkinson, 301-405-4023, aatkins2@umd.edu

Linguistics, Department of

Contact: Denise Best, 301.405.7002, denise@umd.edu

Music, School of

Contact: Craig Arnold, 301.405.5563, csarnold@umd.edu

Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, School of

Contact: Bobby Hunter

Philosophy, Department of

Contact: Louise Gilman, 301.405.5689, lgilman@umd.edu

Women’s Studies, Department of

Contact: JV Sapinoso, 301.405.6827, sapinoso@umd.edu


Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of

Contact: Michelle Slone, 301.405.8746, mcslone@umd.edu

African American Studies, Department of

Contact: Marci Deloatch, 301.405.1167, mdeloatc@umd.edu

Anthropology, Department of

Contact: Erik Hanson, 301.405.1436, ehanson@umd.edu

Criminology and Criminal Justice, Department of

Contact: Nicole Jackson, 301.405.4729, ccjsevents@umd.edu

Economics, Department of

Contact: Shanna Edinger May, 301.405.7845, econcommencement@econ.umd.edu

Hearing and Speech Sciences, Department of

Contact: Lisa Rickard, 301.405.4223, lrickard@umd.edu

Geographical Sciences, Department of

Contact: Amanda Hall, 301.405.4073, ahall2@umd.edu

Government and Politics, Department of

Contact: Karmin Cortes, 301.405.4142, kcortes@umd.edu

Joint Program in Survey Methodology

Contact: Jody Williams, 301.314.7955, jodywill@umd.edu

Psychology, Department of

Contact: Contact: Lori Kader, 301.405.5866, psycadvising@umd.edu

Sociology, Department of

Contact: Nicole De Loatch, 301.405.6389, ndeloat@umd.edu

 


Business, Robert H. Smith School of

Contact: Terrill Drake, 301.405.9420, tdrake@rhsmith.umd.edu


Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, College of

Contact: Lisa Bradley Klemko, 301.405.2080, lbradley@umd.edu


Education, College of

Contact: Janis Cornell-DeMoss, 301.405.2364, jcdemoss@umd.edu


Engineering, A. James Clark School of

Contact: Jane Fines, 301.405.3857, jfines@umd.edu


Information Studies, College of

Contact: Jeff Waters, 301.405.2038, jwaters4@umd.edu


Journalism, Philip Merrill College of

Contact: David Watson, 301.405.2380, dcwatson@umd.edu


Public Health, School of

Contact: Jaime Oliver, 301.314.0781, jloliver@umd.edu


Public Policy, School of

Contact: Jiehong Lou 301.405.8933, jlou@umd.edu


Undergraduate Studies, Office of Individual Studies

Contact: Lori Praniewicz, 301.314.0023, ljusie1@umd.edu


Important Contacts

Diploma Office

diploma@umd.edu

Office of Special Events

events@umd.edu

About

The University of Maryland, College Park is the state's flagship university and one of the nation's preeminent public research universities. A global leader in research, entrepreneurship and innovation, the university is home to more than 40,000 students, 10,000 faculty and staff, and 352,000 alumni all dedicated to the pursuit of Fearless Ideas. Located just outside Washington, D.C., we discover and share new knowledge every day through our renowned research enterprise and programs in academics, the arts and athletics. And we are committed to social entrepreneurship as the nation’s first “Do Good” campus.

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Academics

Spanning 12 schools and colleges, Maryland offers more than 200 degree-granting programs, many of them ranked among the best in the country. Our faculty includes three Nobel laureates, two Pulitzer Prize winners, 60 members of the national academies and scores of Fulbright scholars. And our students, who include the highest achievers in the state and nation, enjoy experiences unique to our location just outside the nation’s capital, including internships, research, and leadership and service opportunities.

Research and Innovation

The University of Maryland is one of the world’s premier research institutions. With our strategic location and scores of partnerships with government and businesses, UMD conducts groundbreaking research on some of the biggest challenges facing our global community, including cybersecurity and terrorism, bioengineering, public health equity, food safety and climate change. We strive to discover new knowledge and put it to work through innovation and entrepreneurship, advancing economic development and transforming lives. 

Arts

At the University of Maryland, the arts, the humanities and the sciences intersect to address important societal issues and shed new light on the human experience. Our vibrant campus arts community collaborates with local and national cultural organizations such as the Phillips Collection, Kennedy Center and Folger Shakespeare Library. Student and faculty artists, designers, historians, writers and performers are exploring new media, presenting new perspectives, investigating new techniques and engaging new audiences.

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Athletics

Home of the Terrapins, the University of Maryland has one of the nation’s most recognizable and successful athletics programs. More than 550 student-athletes compete each year in 19 intercollegiate sports—11 for women and eight for men. Since 2005 alone, Maryland has won 16 national championships, including NCAA titles in women’s basketball, men’s soccer and women’s lacrosse. Since joining the Big Ten Conference in 2014, UMD has won a combined 17 regular season and tournament championships. Fear the Turtle!

Student Life

The Terp experience extends beyond classrooms, labs and studios. It encompasses residence halls and dining halls, clubs and sports, fraternities and sororities, campus events and performances, and countless off-campus destinations. Maryland touts 800-plus student organizations, dozens of prestigious living and learning communities, and countless other ways to get involved. Students here can create a unique identity and grow as individuals, even as they’re part of a close-knit and diverse community. 

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