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University Communications Veteran Named Vice President for Marketing and Communications

Anne Buckley, Now at UC San Diego, to Lead 50-Person Unit Focused on Reputation, Brand

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A New Use for Shellfish Waste: Extending the Shelf Life of Produce

Engineered Material Also Absorbs Pesticides, Herbicides for Easier Washing

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New UMD Tech Predicts Ship-Sinking Rogue Waves

Researchers Base Artificial Intelligence System on Measurements of Billions of Ocean Waves

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Op/ed: A Blueprint for Solving the Homeowners Insurance Crisis

Rise of Extreme Weather Events—and Claims—Demands Private-Public Solution, Risk Expert Says

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Terp Notches 9-Day Winning Streak on ‘Jeopardy!’

History Grad, Former UMD Quiz Bowl Competitor, Is No Stranger to Competition Shows

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Driskell Center Awarded Nearly $570K to Create Institutional Archive, Digitize Newest Collections

Grants Expected to Help Solidify Center’s Reputation as Leading African American Arts Institution

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In Counterculture Exhibition, Undergrads Revisit What’s Going On

Students Jam on ’70s Musical Themes

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UMD Awarded $388M NOAA Cooperative Agreement for Earth System Studies

Institute’s Researchers Aim to Trace Links Between Human Activity, Earth’s Environment

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‘That’s Not Fair!’: UMD-Led Study Finds Kids Notice Teacher Bias

Children Also Seek to Rectify Inequalities in Classroom

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Researchers Discover How Brain Region Helps Us Switch From Passive to Active Listening

Study of Hearing in Different Contexts Could Offer Insights Into Sensory Impairment Disorders

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Looking for an ‘Outside the Box’ Candidate? You Might Get a Rule-bending Narcissist

Study Finds Job-Posting Language Can Attract Unethical Candidates

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‘Don’t Fall for It’

Journalism Professor’s Book Shows Convergence of Russian Propaganda and American Media

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