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April Massey, Ph.D.

 

Associate Dean Academic Affairs

Lena Walton, Ph.D.

 

Assistant Dean of Students

James Maiden, Ph.D.

 

Coordinator of Development, Outreach, Partnerships, and Communication

Ms. Kemmell Watson

 

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Ms. Wilma Thompson

 

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Mr. Terry D. Best

CAS News

“Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.”

March 1 – 30

The UDC Art Program presents a Persian textile/ mixed media art exhibition by Yasaman Ebadi and her husband Amirali Ebadi, both of whom immigrated to the US in 2012. The exhibit is called “Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” The exhibit consists of original artworks formed from “termehs,” heirloom textiles.

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Faculty/Student Highlights

Dr. Jerome Hunt interviews with British Columbia’s Global News: BC1

Political Science students are counting down to the U.S. presidential election. They’re talking about the vote in class. Dr. Jerome Hunt at the University of the District of Columbia gives his insights read more here. ”

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

March 29, 2017 3:00 pm

“Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” - Art Show

“Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.”

The UDC Art Program presents a Persian textile/ mixed media art exhibition by Yasaman Ebadi and her husband Amirali Ebadi, both of whom immigrated to the US in 2012. The exhibit is called “Termeh: A woven history of love from Iran.” The exhibit consists of original artworks formed from “termehs,” heirloom textiles. 

The opening reception is Tuesday March 7th, from 6:30 pm – 8:00 PM, and will include live music and Persian food. The exhibit will be held in Gallery 42: Building 42, Room A 12. The show closes on March 30th; regular gallery hours are Monday – Thursday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm.

March 29, 2017 4:30 pm

Sociology of Urban Youth - Brain Development

Contact
mchatman@udc.edu

March 29, 2017 11:00 pm

JAZZforum--Bob Porter -- Soul Jazz and the Black Community, 1945-1975

Record producer, jazz writer and broadcaster Bob Porter discusses his new book Soul Jazz: Jazz in the Black Community, 1945-1975, which complies a history of jazz in the back community in the period from the end of World War II until the end of the Vietnam War. Book signing follows presentation. RECITAL HALL (Performing Arts--Bldg. 46-West)

April 4, 2017 10:00 pm

Jeffrey Landis: "Secrecy & Surveillance: The Breadth of the US Domestic Program

Mr. Landis is an attorney with ZwillGen, where he represents clients in litigation and government investigations.  He served as supporting counsel on matters as diverse as Facebook’s Initial IPO; defending Apple v. FBI post the San Bernardino episode; and, defending Draft Kings/Fan Duel suit in a suit brought by the NYS Attorney General.