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Driving Home Pride

UMD-Themed Vanity Plates Are the Highway Four-Leaf Clovers We Love to Spot. We Share Tales Behind the Tags.

Research

20-year Review of Avian Flu in Cats Reveals Rising Danger From Latest Strain

Virus Can Infect and Kill Domestic Felines, Which Could Put Humans at Risk

People

Terp Awarded NOAA Hollings Scholarship

Prestigious Award Will Fund Student’s Meteorological, Climate Research

Research

UMD Leads Sensor Project to Cast a Wide ‘Net’ to Predict, Prepare for Floods

Researchers, Local Leaders to Track Real-time Data in State’s Waterfront Communities

People

5 Alums Elected to UMD Foundation’s Board of Trustees

Volunteers to Serve as Advocates, Advisers to University

Research

20-year Review of Avian Flu in Cats Reveals Rising Danger From Latest Strain

Virus Can Infect and Kill Domestic Felines, Which Could Put Humans at Risk

People

Terp Awarded NOAA Hollings Scholarship

Prestigious Award Will Fund Student’s Meteorological, Climate Research

Research

UMD Leads Sensor Project to Cast a Wide ‘Net’ to Predict, Prepare for Floods

Researchers, Local Leaders to Track Real-time Data in State’s Waterfront Communities

People

5 Alums Elected to UMD Foundation’s Board of Trustees

Volunteers to Serve as Advocates, Advisers to University

Recent Articles

Creating Greener Spaces, No Office Required

Revamped Program Looks for Sustainability Ideas in Every Corner of Campus

Research

New Use for Google Street View: IDing Deadliest Roads

UMD Study Finds Greenery, Sidewalks, Streetlights Mean Safer Roads

Research

Stormwater Hits D.C.’s Poorest Neighborhoods Hardest, UMD Study Finds

Socioeconomically Vulnerable Communities Lack Infrastructure to Manage Heavy Rainfall

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The Clarice’s Outdoor Movies: West Side Story (1961)

Clarice Presents brings outdoor movies to campus!

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EXPERTS in the News

There’s not a whole lot of evidence that, for example, stricter laws about proof of citizenship are going to solve problems with fraud because there really aren’t problems with fraud.

Michael Hanmer

Professor of government and politics, on a proposal to require voters to show proof of citizenship documents

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In Brief

State Department Grant to Expand UMD Education Abroad, Create Public Health Learning Site

The University of Maryland School of Public Health (SPH), partnering with Bowie State University, is expanding its study abroad options for marginalized faculty and students and for students who are Pell Grant recipients with the help of a U.S. State Department grant announced Thursday.

Inaugural Arts for All Fellows Awarded $112.5K in Grants

Research into making natural color textile dyes more sustainable. A musical performance, workshop and recording project in collaboration with incarcerated youth. An interactive game that allows players to journey through Afrofuturist worlds. These are among the research proposals that have received funding from Arts for All through its inaugural Faculty and Graduate Student Fellowship.

Newsweek Lists UMD Among America’s Best Workplaces for LGBTQ+ Employees

Newsweek named the University of Maryland in its 2024 list of America's Greatest Workplaces for LGBTQ+, acknowledging companies in the United States that have created inclusive and supportive workplaces for members of the LGBTQ+ community. UMD is one of seven higher education institutions to receive this recognition.

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Features

‘Bet on the Class of 2024’

At Commencement, Graduates Praised for Resilience, Encouraged to ‘Choose Tough’

Gallery

The Senior Year They Never Had

From Prom to Grad Bash to Classic ‘M’ Photo, Class of ’24 Finally Gets to Celebrate in Style

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