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Trailblazers Honored at Dedication of Johnson-Whittle Hall

Namesakes Elaine Johnson Coates, Hiram Whittle Broke Barriers at UMD

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Behind the Beauty, a Sense of Place

Art and Architecture Connect With Community in Mural Project

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Malaria Spike Tied to Amphibian Die-off, Team Including UMD Researcher Finds

Study Reveals Connections Between Environment, Animal and Human Health

Arts & Culture

Behind the Beauty, a Sense of Place

Art and Architecture Connect With Community in Mural Project

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Malaria Spike Tied to Amphibian Die-off, Team Including UMD Researcher Finds

Study Reveals Connections Between Environment, Animal and Human Health

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A Peek Inside … Derek Yarnell’s Office

UMIACS Director of Computing Facilities Shares Vast ‘Simpsons’ Collection, Makerspace Creations

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Maryland Quantum-Thermodynamics Hub Launches With $2M Grant

Emerging Field Combines Modern Physics With Victorian-era Science

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Do Suddenly Self-Centered Brain Cells Promote Disease?

NSF Award Funds UMD Alzheimer’s Research Into Brain Glucose Metabolism

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UMDemocracy 2022

This campuswide series aims to provide resources and information on things to know before the midterm election this November. Featuring university faculty, alumni and students, UMDemocracy 2022 highlights Terp experts on topics to watch in the midterm.

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Putin anticipated the imposition of additional sanctions and took steps to minimize their effects on the Russian economy and Russian citizens.

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Research professor of public policy, on the mixed results of U.S. sanctions against Russia

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Faculty, Staff to Receive 4.5% Cost-of-Living Adjustment Nov. 1

University President Darryll J. Pines sent the following email to faculty and staff today: I write to you with good news for our workforce, the people who power the University of Maryland. Yesterday, Gov. Larry Hogan announced all regular status state government employees, including UMD faculty and staff, will receive a 4.5% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increase, effective Nov. 1, 2022.

$2.6M DOE Grant Supports UMD-led Study on Genetics of Plant Growth for Biofuels

A University of Maryland researcher was awarded $2.6 million by the U.S. Department of Energy to investigate the genetics underlying how poplar trees sense nutrients and regulate their metabolism—information that could help farmers maximize yields of this and other plants used in biofuel production.

UMD, Deloitte Launch New Artificial Intelligence Initiative

The Robert H. Smith School of Business has joined Deloitte to launch the Deloitte Initiative for AI and Learning (DIAL), an artificial intelligence (AI) research initiative to expand learning and development opportunities for faculty and students across the University of Maryland’s schools and colleges.

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A Bucketload of Terp Traditions

Join a Super-Spirited Student on Her Journey to Complete the M Book’s 20 Maryland Milestones

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From ‘Awww’ Animals to Agri-tech

At the Maryland State Fair, UMD Carries on a Land-grant Learning Mission

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