The University of Maryland's College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) hosted a Resilience Research Showcase in the Grand Ballroom of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union on Thursday, May 4, with over 300 guests participating.
The event highlighted projects related to the BSOS Resilience Research Hub, featuring approximately 40 poster presentations and videos across several resilience themes, including environmental, economic, health and safety, democratic, and more. The showcase offered a unique and engaging format, providing attendees the opportunity to directly interact with researchers and learn more about their work.
The posters and videos were displayed according to theme, with projects from multiple disciplines exhibited. The research covered a broad array of topics, including the Impacts of Global Environmental Change on Malaria Persistence, Cognitive Resilience in Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Youth, Democratic Resilience to Terrorism in Africa, Supporting Resilience in Underserved Families with ADHD, Crop Planting and Harvest Monitoring Over Ukraine, NASA Harvestʼs Africa Program, Pro Stadiums and Safe Voting During COVID, and many more.