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New Building Bumps Up Space for Research in Southern Maryland

Autonomous Aircraft a Major Focus at USM Regional Education Center

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Honors College to Launch Programs in Global Affairs, Business

Students Will Gain Tools to Address Societal Challenges Through Interdisciplinary Curricula

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A ‘Badge’ of Honor

SPH Professional Preparation Program Launches Digital Certificate as First in UMD Series

Research

$3.7M NIH Grant Supports Development of Chatbot to Help New Moms, Babies

Researchers Aim to Reduce Disparities in Maternal and Child Health With Tech Tool

Campus & Community

Honors College to Launch Programs in Global Affairs, Business

Students Will Gain Tools to Address Societal Challenges Through Interdisciplinary Curricula

Campus & Community

A ‘Badge’ of Honor

SPH Professional Preparation Program Launches Digital Certificate as First in UMD Series

Research

$3.7M NIH Grant Supports Development of Chatbot to Help New Moms, Babies

Researchers Aim to Reduce Disparities in Maternal and Child Health With Tech Tool

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Arts & Culture

Digging Into Digital Lit, Bit by Bit

English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied

Research

New Discovery May Offer Preview of Solar System’s Demise

UMD Astronomers Among Team That Found Jupiter-like Planet Survives in Orbit Around Dead Star

Research

Discovery Fund to Seed Local Innovation Ecosystem

At Quantum Investment Summit, Pines Says First Round of Funds to Target Quantum-based Businesses

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Marshall Grossman Lecture Series: Keith Hamilton Cobb and Matthieu Chapman

Untitled Othello operates as an extended touring rehearsal of the play and uses the rehearsal space to explore the issues of race the play activates whenever it is performed.

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Both sides, but especially the Republicans, have used it as leverage to try to find ways of creating a crisis to be able to bargain for a better position on the policies that they want to try to either advance or stop. So this high drama is relatively new.

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Professor emeritus of public policy, on the debt ceiling debates

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In Brief

NIST Renews Funding for Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science

The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS)—a research powerhouse focused on quantum computation, quantum communication and quantum cryptography—recently received a renewal of federal funding from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

With Every Goal, Field Hockey Team Supports Boy Recovering From Cancer

The Maryland field hockey team on Sunday will amp up its season-long campaign to support a local boy who battled cancer—and is also the young nephew of team captain Kyler Greenwalt.

On-campus Hearing and Speech Clinic Begins Accepting Private Insurance

Patients at the on-campus Speech and Hearing Clinic no longer must pay out of pocket if they are enrolled in the university’s preferred Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Healthcare insurance plans.

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Features

The Postwar Campus Crunch

75 Years Ago, a GI Bill-Driven Influx Led to Bunks in the Armory, Classrooms in the Gym and Crowds in the Coliseum

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Electric Cars, Community Gardens and Hungry Goats

How UMD’s Sustainable Maryland Program Has Helped Maryland Towns Go Green

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