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Flooding

Research

“Toxic Soup” Follows Florence

Professor Talks Post-Hurricane Health Challenges

Tamer Bannourah ’20

Campus & Community

Map Quest

How a Student Fought Sweat, Suspicion and Vast Distances to Help You Navigate Campus

Napping illustration

Research

Downtime Decisions

NSF, NIH Fund Study of How Childhood Naps Affect Memory

First Look Fair
First Look Fair

Campus & Community

Look Back at First Look

Thousands Flock to Festival of Student Clubs, Organizations

CRISPR

Research

“Molecular Scissors” for Food Security

$1.1M NSF Grant Supports Work to Improve Gene Editing Technology for Crops

First Look Fair

Campus & Community

Your Guide to the First Look Fair

We Help Map Out Where to Find Your Niche at Club, Organization Bonanza

Roots Home & Abroad

Campus & Community

Student Group Takes “Roots” in Haiti

Architecture Staffer Works With Club to Provide Sustainable Solutions in Hometown

“The Triumph of Isabella”

Arts & Culture

“Triumph” of Collaboration

Graduate Students Bring to Life 400-year-old Pageant Artwork

Glenn Weiss ’83 and Jan Svendsen

People

Terp Cheered as Biggest Winner at Emmys

Director Accepts Award, Proposes to Girlfriend

Uneasy Inheritance

Research

Uneasy Inheritance

Newly Discovered Brain Pathway Could Explain Why Anxious Parents Often Have Anxious Kids

Applause Café

Campus & Community

A New Round for Applause

Student-Designed Furniture Rounds Out Café Renovation

Ritchie Coliseum

Campus & Community

Ritchie Coliseum Open as Shelter for Florence Evacuees

Red Cross, State Partner on Hurricane Relief Effort

Napping Pods

Campus & Community

Nod in a Pod

High-tech Napping Cocoons Installed in McKeldin for the Studying Weary

Exoplanet

Research

In Search of Other Earths

Astronomer Co-authors National Report on Strategy to Study Far-off Planets

Community-Police Dream Team

Campus & Community

Net Gains

CP Dream Team’s Basketball Game Connects Kids, Police

Varsity Practice Field

Campus & Community

New Digs

Plans for North Campus Housing, Dining Facility Under Way

Hate-bias Response Log

Campus & Community

Hate-bias Response Log Launched

Office of Diversity and Inclusion to List Reports on Campus

Five to Thrive

Campus & Community

Five to Thrive

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Echo Chamber

Research

Freezing Out Dissent

Echo Chambers Reinforce Beliefs on Politics of Global Warming, Research Finds

BlacKkKlansman

Arts & Culture

Dressed in Time

Spike Lee Turns to MFA Grad to Costume His Casts

Robert H. Smith School of Business

People

Smith Alumnus Gives $1M to Support Business Teaching

Gift to Expand Maryland Smith’s Office of Transformational Learning

Elkins Building

Athletics

Regents to Hear Results of McNair Investigation

Sept. 21 Meeting to Cover Inquiry into Football Player’s Death

Forests

Research

Gone Forever

Permanent Land-Use Changes Cause 1/4 of Global Forest Loss, Research Shows

Capital Gazette

Campus & Community

UMD to Memorialize Capital Gazette Shooting Victims

Athletics, Merrill College to Dedicate Room, Press Seat and Create Writing Competitions

E-cigarette

Research

Flavors of Addiction

Study Finds Sweet E-cigarettes May Be Gateway to Tobacco Addiction for Young Adults

Fraying

People

Op/Ed: Our Shared Reality Is Fraying

Psychology Professor Arie Kruglanski Explains the Importance of Truth to Maintaining Society

Hurricane Florence

Campus & Community

Hurricanes: The New Normal?

As Florence Heads Farther From Maryland, Hurricane Expert Talks About Preparedness

Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center

Campus & Community

Discover a Nook, Hit the Books

New Website IDs Quiet Areas for Study, Reflection, Relaxation

Benjamin Building

People

“Teacher of Teachers” Helps Prepare Next Generation of Educators

$1.75M Gift to Support Scholarships in College of Education

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