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  • Feb32020
    Student Center

    Stop by and receive information at the "Our History, Our Vote Matters 2020" awareness table highlighting:the 150th Anniversary of the 15th Amendment (African-American men's right to vote)the 100th...

  • Feb42020
    Student Center, Lobby

    The remarkable photographs of Baltimore photojournalist Paul Henderson (1899 - 1988) offer a vivid glimpse into the daily lives of African-Americans in Maryland. For over four decades, his lens captured...

  • Feb42020
    Christa McAuliffe Residence Hall, Game Room

    Come and learn about the past and present contributions of Black inventors, entrepreneurs, writers, creatives and more! Hosted by Ms. Mercer, this informative event is one of four sponsored in the...

  • Feb52020
    Martin Luther King Communication Arts Center, Myers Auditorium

    Aisha Braveboy, State's Attorney for Prince George's County, will be the keynote speaker for the Spring Convocation which officially kicks off the spring semester and the campus-wide celebration of...

  • Feb62020
    Student Center

    Stop by and receive information at the "Our History, Our Vote Matters 2020" awareness table highlighting:the 150th Anniversary of the 15th Amendment (African-American men's right to vote)the 100th...

  • Feb72020
    Student Center, Lobby

    This traveling exhibition, running from February 4 - May 22, 2020, offers a vivid glimpse into the daily lives of African-Americans in Maryland through the photography of Baltimore photojournalist...

  • Feb112020
    Bowie Center for the Performing Arts

    Please join us for a free reception and panel discussion at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts for a BSU faculty and student exhibition focused on art and politics, entitled Envisioning Creative...

  • Feb112020
    Christa McAuliffe Residence Hall, Game Room

    Be a part of the conversation focusing on the importance and influence of the Historically Black College/University experience from the Civil Rights Movement to "BeyChella!"Facilitated by Ms. Mercer,...

  • Feb122020
    Student Center, Wiseman Ballroom C

    The Office of Multicultural Programs and Services invites you to participate in a discussion on the enduring legacy of Black Americans being enslaved chattel for over 300 years. Learn if you are coping...

  • Feb122020
    Center for Natural Sciences, Mathematics & Nursing, Beacon Room

    Enjoy local poet, Kimberly Collins, as she reads from her manuscript Bessie's Resurrection and briefly discusses the history of Bessie Smith, blues singer, Bessie, the character in Richard Wright's...

  • Feb152020
    Banneker-Douglass Museum

    Featuring Bowie State artists amongst others, The Black Vote Mural Project is an exhibit that merges public art, Black voices, and civil rights within sixteen murals reflecting the theme, "African-Americans...

  • Feb172020
    Bowie State University

    Limited tickets and transportation are available for the Bowie State community to visit the historic museum in Washington, DC. Registration required.

  • Feb172020
    Student Center Theater

     The Offices of Equity Compliance and Multicultural Programs will host a panel as a part of the University’s membership in CEO Action Network. Our panel,  “The Only One In the Room: CEO Action...

  • Feb182020
    Fine & Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall

    Come and enjoy the sounds of the Bowie State Gospel Choir as they lift their voices to honor the rich history of spirituals in the African-American community.

  • Feb182020
    Christa McAuliffe Residence Hall, Game Room

    Explore the campus with others during the Bowie State Black History Scavenger Hunt where participants will search to find Black History on Bowie State's campus! Presented by Mr. Peters, Mr. Orlando,...

  • Feb192020
    Student Center, Wiseman Ballroom B/C

    #IssaTrapDissertation: Utilizing Your Black Experience to Impact the Future of Higher Education.Using the work of contemporary rap artists like TI and 2Chainz, Department of Language, Literature &...

  • Feb192020
    James E. Proctor Jr Building, Rm 102

    The Annual Gathering of Bowie Black Male Educators and Leaders is a program designed to document, honor, and recognize them for their professional achievements, provide an opportunity for organic...

  • Feb202020
    James E. Proctor Jr Building, Rm 102

    Join the College of Education for an important panel discussion about the parallels between Bowie State's history and the fight for African American's voting rights.  

  • Feb202020
    Fine & Performing Arts Center, Main Stage Theater

    The Maryland Center at Bowie State University and Echoing Green invite you to join this evening program which explores how social innovators are partnering across sectors and disciplines to continually...

  • Feb202020
    Student Center, Wiseman Ballroom A

    Dinner & Learn: Who Am I? The Journey of the Middle Passage to DNA Ancestry has been canceled/postponed.Enjoy dinner and reflect on how Africans lost their culture and history during the Middle Passage...

  • Feb202020
    Fine & Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall

    During the Fall 2019 semester, under the support of Prof. Gina Lewis, direction and guidance of DFPA/VCDMA Prof. Jennifer White-Johnson and Visiting Artist: Adriana Monsalve of Homie House Press,...

  • Feb242020
    Fine & Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall

    Dr. M. Sammye Miller and Dr. Weldon Jackson will present and respond to questions to broaden our perspective and knowledge about the relationship between the Constitution and the vote.  The panel...

  • Feb252020
    James E. Proctor Jr Building, Rm 102

    Experience a film presentation by Marvin Jackson Productions on the history and roles of African-American women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

  • Feb252020
    Student Center, Wiseman Ballroom B

    How many times have you heard the "Twice As Good" mantra within the Black community? Enjoy lunch and a panel discussion include Sociology Professor and Chair of Dept of Behavioral Sciences & Human...

  • Feb252020
    Christa McAuliffe Residence Hall, Game Room

    Find out how much you know about the opposite sex, with a twist of Black History at the Battle of Sexes event.Hosted by Mr. Orlando and Ms. Mercer, this is the last of four events featured within...

  • Feb262020
    Student Center, Wiseman Ballroom A

    Participate or spectate in readings/original works relating to Black History poems, music, songs, speeches, stories, spoken word, dance, monologues, etc..To ensure your 5-minute spot, sign up in advance...

  • Feb262020
    Fine & Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall

    A special film screening and discussion on the genre of fashion films with Sewra Kidane, filmmaker/producer and visiting professor at the Pratt Institute. One of Kidane's films will be screened to...

  • Feb272020
    Starbucks

    Informing the community with "Coffee, Chat, and Civic Engagement" at the local Starbucks.In the midst of Starbucks' weekly happy hour drink specials, coffee, and tea drinkers will have an opportunity...

  • Feb272020
    Fine and Performing Arts Center, Gallery of Art

    Opening Reception and Artist Talk for our current exhibition A Fashion Memoir: The Collections of Cynthia Sands and Elaine Robnett Moore. Refreshments will be served.  The exhibit will be featured...