Tracing the evolution of our campus, this exhibit uses digital images and original archival resources to demonstrate how the school has changed while maintaining its original mission. This exhibit was curated by three students from Denise Meringelo's Spring 2011 HIST 705, Introduction to Public History.
To celebrate Archives Month 2010, Special Collections Archivist Lindsey Loeper contacted some of her best archives supporters on campus and asked them to write short essays about how archives have influenced them, either professionally, academically, or personally.
Reflecting on the scholarship produced by the faculty and staff of a campus is an important step in understanding the central themes, directions, and priorities of a college or university. In 2011, our 45th fall semester, it is interesting to look back a few decades to the scholarship produced by some of our early faculty and administrators during their time at UMBC or even before. Also included here you'll find recent publications, a snapshot of the scholarly and personal writing being performed at UMBC.