New African American Museum

A "Musical Crossroads" of Community and Creativity

Music PhD candidate Steven Lewis assisted in curating a 400-year timeline of African-American musical expression, achievement and influence as a research assistant at the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Victoria Long

A Sea Change for the Eastern Shore

Researchers from the Department of Environmental Sciences and other A&S initiatives are bringing new hope to endangered coastal communities.


Environmental History Dissertation Earns National Prize

Leif Fredrickson's study of lead poisoning in Baltimore combines geographic information system mapping, demographic data and public health records to examine the relationship between social inequalities and environmental exposure.


Class of 2020

A message of congratulations from Associate Dean Dinko Počanić

Deborah McDowell

Phenomenal Fellows

On the eve the 40th anniversary of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, its graduate fellows are bringing international prestige to the arts and sciences.