The following Dresher Center specific information is subject to change based on the rapidly developing public health response to COVID-19. We will update information as needed. For the most up-to-date information related to UMBC, please visit covid19.umbc.edu.
Dresher Center Hours of Operation
The Dresher Center will provide support and services remotely for the rest of the spring semester based on the 3/19 guidance from UMBC. The Dresher Center's offices, conference room, and student lounge will be closed until further notice.
Dresher Center Events/Programs
All Dresher Center programming and events for the rest of the spring semester are cancelled, postponed, or will be hosted in a virtual format. We will release more information on changes to our programming as we confirm it. Please continue to monitor our myUMBC page and your email accounts for information on upcoming virtual workshops, such as CURRENTS: Humanities Work Now and Fellows and Others. We will also post about virtual events on their specific myUMBC event page.
Dresher Center Resources
If you haven't already, follow us on social media for more regular communications and information. As always, you can find recordings of previous Humanities Forum events on our YouTube channel. You can also experience some of the Humanities Forum via live-tweets recorded on Thread Reader. We also offer short video interviews with featured Humanities Forum speakers in our Dresher Center Conversations.
Rachel Brubaker, Assistant Director for Grants and Program Development (email@example.com) is available to assist Humanities and Arts faculty who are seeking research funding support or preparing funding applications. Please visit the Grant and Research Funding Assistance page on the Dresher Center website for more information.