Tag Archives: Seminars and Workshops
MIT Education DesignShop

Apply for MIT’s Design Lab! Deadline April 16, 2014. Program: May 2014

Through our PROMISE AGEP collaborations with the World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), and the Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (World SPEED), you are being invited to apply for  MIT’s “Education DesignShop”  the sponsored by MIT’s Office of Digital Learning. The program is slated to employ “design thinking” and “user-centered design” to address three distinct […]

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Happy 10th Birthday PROMISE! From April 1, 2003 to Today: A Message from the Director

Dear Participants, Alumni, and Friends of PROMISE, Today, I celebrate 10 years as the Director of PROMISE: Maryland’s AGEP. For those of you who remember my first day at UMBC, I started out in an office on the 5th floor of the Administration Building. I am so happy that so many of you who were […]

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Henrietta Lacks (HeLa Cells) Symposium w/ “Medical Apartheid” author – March 7, 2013

PROMISE at UMB (University of Maryland – The Founding Campus, downtown Baltimore), invites you to join them for the 2nd  Biennial Henrietta Lacks Symposium: The Dignity of Difference presented by The University of Maryland. From the website: “The event features Harriet Washington, author of Medical Apartheid, and artist (and TED speaker) Rick Guidotti, founder of Positive Exposure, as well […]

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Horizons Seminar Room

Information for applying to graduate school (English & Spanish). Applications will be due soon!

  Applications for graduate school are usually due between December and February of the year before you are going to enter graduate school. PROMISE: Maryland’s AGEP has developed a paper (presented at a conference in 2012) that will help you with the requirements for your graduate school applications. The paper can be downloaded here: Preparing for […]

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