The Dessert and Discussion (D&D) series engages alumni and outstanding UMBC faculty in dialogue about contemporary social issues and research in an informal, intimate environment.
You may register for one or more of the following discussions. Space is limited to 30 participants per discussion. Light refreshments, dessert and coffee will be provided.
Discussions take place 6:30-8 p.m.
- Marc Olano, associate professor, computer science and electrical engineering, “From Pong to Halo: The Making of a Game,” Thursday, February 24, UC 310
- Bob Carpenter, associate professor, public policy, “The Economic Crisis: An Academic/Regulatory Perspective,” Thursday, March 10, AOK Library 7th floor
- Thomas Field, professor of linguistics and French, “Language Change: The Ground Shifting Under Our Feet As We Speak,” Thursday, April 7, AOK Library 7th floor
To RSVP, visit retrievernet.umbc.edu/discussions.
The D&D series is hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations and the UMBC Alumni Association.
For more information, contact Monique Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 5-1879.