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trampoline gymnast, field hockey player, discus thrower, wheelchair fencer and hammer thrower with Olympic rings in background

14 Terps Say ‘Bonjour’ to Summer Olympics, Paralympics

Meet UMD Athletes, Coaches Representing Their Countries in Paris

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UMD Awarded $1.1M Grant to Support Future Math and Science Teachers

Terrapin Teachers to Provide Financial Boost, Training to Address Shortages in STEM

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Op/ed: To Find a VP, Harris Should Look to Swing States

Public Policy Researcher Weighs Credentials of 5 Talked-About Options

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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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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 $690K 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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