The University Honors Program in the Honors College is pleased to present What Is Your Dream?, our programming series inspired by the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech in 1963. In addition to exploring the impact and legacy of this important anniversary, this programming series seeks to identify and examine the dreams for today’s most pressing social issues. We hope to encourage and inspire dreams within all of us for a better future for our community and the world.
All of the events are free and most are open to the public.
What Is Your Dream? Poster Display
Tuesday, September 3 - Friday, December 13
Front Lobby, Hagerstown Hall
The front lobby of Hagerstown Hall will feature a large poster to showcase the dreams of first-year University Honors students, as well as their thoughts on various social issues, during the entire fall 2013 semester. Write your dream or response up on the poster, read the dreams and responses of your fellow students, and be inspired to change the world! Check out the first poster by clicking here.
What Is Your Dream? Essay and Photography Contests
October 2013 - January 2014
Inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963? Use that inspiration and participate in the What Is Your Dream? Photography Contest or Essay Contest! Winners of both contests will receive great prizes and be invited to a special celebration and lunch event! Use the links below to see the details for both contests.
Click here for the What Is Your Dream? Essay Contest information: Essay Contest Details
Click here for the What Is Your Dream? Photography Contest information: Photography Contest Details
Check this webpage regularly as more events and information will be added as it becomes available. For more information about the What Is Your Dream? programming series, please contact Damien Franze at 301-405-6774 or firstname.lastname@example.org.