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Abortion protesters out side Supreme Court builidng hold up a "keep abortion legal" sign

UMD Expert: Roe Ruling ‘Maybe Changes the Calculus’ on Supreme Court

Magnitude of Dobbs Decision Could Increase Public’s Appetite for Reforms

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Portrait of Sacoby Wilson with trees and smokestacks in collage background

Growing Justice From Grassroots Science

How a Public Health Researcher Is Empowering Marginalized Communities to Fight for Cleaner, Safer Conditions

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Sports Stadiums Could Change the Game for Future Elections

Study by University Partnership With Nonprofit Finds Support for Use as Polling Sites

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smoke rises from chemical plants near Baton Rouge, louisiana

Structural Racism Drives Higher COVID-19 Death Rates in Louisiana, UMD Study Finds

Black Families More Likely to Face ‘Stressors’ That Increased Vulnerability to Disease

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Rita Colwell portrait

Researcher Awarded $1M From NASA to Develop Disease Forecasting Center and App

Rita Colwell’s Distinguished Career Culminates in Project Predicting and Preventing Cholera

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old growth hemlock forest

UMD-led Study Finds Climate Answers in Trees—Particularly Big Ones

Researchers Model Historic Biomass to Understand Global Carbon Balance

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Where Your Wordle Post Went Wrong

Ahead of UMD’s First Digital Accessibility Empathy Lab, Check Out 7 Common Online Barriers—and How to Fix Them

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Father holding newborn's hand

In Assessing Environmental Risks to Pregnancy, Fathers Matter Too

New Public Health Research Uncovers Little-Known Influence on Birth Outcomes

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Video at the Jan. 6 hearings reads "2:14 p.m. Proud Boy Joe Biggs enters the Capitol"

Op/Ed: A ‘Supercontagion’ of Dangerous Groups Converged at the Capitol

UMD Extremist Expert Dispels Myth of the ‘Ordinary American’ at Riot

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Collage of Bernice Sandler photo and other archival Title IX images

The Godmother of Title IX

Bernice Sandler Ed.D. ’69 Was the Force Behind the Seminal Law Passed 50 Years Ago This Week

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Working While Marginalized

Alum’s New Book Offers Guidance and Strategies on Navigating Office Culture

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Curlee Holton, “Bred for Pleasure,” etching/aquatint, 1995-97

Seeing Juneteenth

How Black Artists Bring the Celebration of Freedom to Visual Life

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