Skip Navigation

Produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications

Subscribe Now

All Articles

storm drain

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

Socioeconomically Vulnerable Communities Lack Infrastructure to Manage Heavy Rainfall

Read More
astronaut uses a hammer and chisel during nighttime simulated moon walk

Back to the Moon—But First, Arizona

UMD Research Scientist Leads Safety Planning for NASA’s Artemis Lunar Test Mission

Read More
Baltimore police badge on a uniform

UMD Study: Some Black Residents Still Distrust Baltimore Police Department, Even After Reforms

Companion Report Recommends Expanding Program Routing Noncriminal 911 Calls to Civilian Responders

Read More
Five book covers

5 Summer Reads by Asian and Asian American Authors

AAPI Literature and Media Club Founder and President Shares Recommendations

Read More
illustration showing a variety of face masks, with a first place ribbon on one

N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows

Researchers Found Even Lower-Performing Masks Were Protective

Read More
two maps of Earth showing ice

NASA Awards $5M to Study Satellite Mission on Mapping Climate Change

EDGE Would Map Vegetation, Ice Sheets With High Density of Laser Beams

Read More
A girl in a wheelchair throws a ball with an adaptive lacrosse stick into a net

For a Girl With Cerebral Palsy, a Lacrosse Goal Achieved

College Park Academy Students Design Adaptive Stick as Part of Engineering for Us All Program

Read More
two bikers ride on road

‘Exhausted’ by the Car Commute? You Might Like a Bike

UMD’s Summer Slowdown Might Be the Perfect Time to Try 2 Wheels

Read More
Applied Research Lab for Intelligence and Security building entrance

UMD Awarded Record-setting Research Contract Worth Up to $500M

Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security Addresses National Challenges With a Human-Centered Lens

Read More
two eye doctors examine eye images

Restoring ‘Sight,’ One Child at a Time

New Movie Traces Alum’s Journey From Impoverished Immigrant to Renowned Eye Surgeon Who Treats Blinded Orphan

Read More
one sibling wincing with power lines and highway in the background, and another sibling giving thumbs up with sidewalks and green space in background

Walkability in Neighborhoods Linked to Health, Study of Siblings Shows

UMD-led Research Combined Google Street View, Utah Medical Data

Read More
satellite image of Hurricane Otis

UMD Joins Consortium to Improve Accuracy of Weather Forecasts

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Researchers to Lend Expertise to $6.6M Initiative

Read More
Current Page is 4

Maryland Today is produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications for the University of Maryland community on weekdays during the academic year, except for university holidays.