CSM is unable to host the Chautauqua series on campus this summer, so the Chautauqua stage will go virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote.

Virtual Chautauqua, Class Registration Workshops and Transfer Thursdays Mark a Busy July at CSM

News Release, College of Southern Maryland

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CSM Closed for July 4 Holiday. July3–July4. College of Southern Maryland, all campuses, will be closed July3-4 for the Independence Day holiday.https://www.csmd.edu/calendar/

Transfer Thursdays. 11 a.m., July 2 – July30. Zoom.CSM hosts Transfer institutions virtuallyeach Thursday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.Representatives from twodifferentinstitutions will be available to chat withstudentsand helpnavigate their futuretransfer experience.RSVPs are required to access Zoom information.Free.csmd.edu/transferthursdays

Class Registration Workshops.11a.m., July9, 16, 21, 23, 30.Zoom. CSM designedvirtual workshops that willwalkcreditstudentsthrough how to register for classes identified intheir Student Planning account. Participants should already have access to theirmy.CSMDaccount, as well as completion of placement test alternatives.RSVPs are required to access Zoom information.Free.Csmd.edu/workshops

CSM Chautauqua Series: Margaret Brent. July 6–12, 2020. Online.Chautauqua stage goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. The series will highlight the unique story of each of these historic figures as they fought for their rights.British noblewoman, first woman in Colonial America to request to vote and the first woman in Maryland to receive a land grant, Margaret Brent, will be portrayed in the first presentation of the series.Maryland Humanitieswebsite,Facebook page andYouTubechannel will host avideo of each performancethatwill be posted foroneweek. This series will alsofeature aperformance and a live Q&A which will give attendees the chance to engage with the performers and ask questions about each of these remarkable women.Free.https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/chautauqua/.

CSM Chautauqua Series:Alice Paul.July 13–19, 2020. Online. Chautauqua stage goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. The series will highlight the unique story of each of these historic figures as they fought for their rights.Author of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Alice Paul, will be portrayed in the second presentation of the series.Maryland Humanities website, Facebook page andYouTubechannel will host a video of each performance that will be posted foroneweek. This series will also feature aperformance and a live Q&A which will give attendees the chance to engage with the performers and ask questions about each of these remarkable women.Free.https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/chautauqua/.

CSM Chautauqua Series: Mary Church Terrell.July 20–26. Online. Chautauqua stage goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. The series will highlight the unique story of each of these historic figures as they fought for their rights.The first president of the National Association for Colored Women’s Clubs (NACWC),Mary Church Terrell, will be portrayed in thethirdpresentation of the series.Maryland Humanities website, Facebook page andYouTubechannel will host a video of each performance that will be posted foroneweek. This series will also feature aperformance and a live Q&A which will give attendees the chance to engage with the performers and ask questions about each of these remarkable women.Free.https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/chautauqua/.

CSM Chautauqua Series: Fannie Lou Hamer. July 27–Aug. 1, 2020. Online. Chautauqua stage goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. The series will highlight the unique story of each of these historic figures as they fought for their rights. The co-founder of the Mississippi Freedom Party, Fannie Lou Hamer, will be portrayed in the fourth presentation of the series. Maryland Humanities website, Facebook page and YouTube channel will host a video of each performance that will be posted for one week. This series will also feature a performance and a live Q&A which will give attendees the chance to engage with the performers and ask questions about each of these remarkable women. Free. https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/chautauqua/.