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Five to Thrive illustration

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive Week 14

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Mike Locksley

- Athletics

Welcome Home, Coach Locksley

New Head Football Coach, Beginning His Dream Job, Introduces Himself

Rehan Staton

- People

From Trash Truck to Commencement Stage

In Face of Obstacles, Student Speaker Shows Heart of Champion in Reaching Academic Goals

Men's soccer wins championship

- Athletics

Terps Top Akron 1–0 to Win NCAA Final

Men’s Soccer Team Captures Fourth National Championship

D-back Garage

- Campus & Community

Space to Innovate

Diamondback Garage Key to Growing Culture of Tech Entrepreneurship

Libraries equipment illustrations

- Campus & Community

Unlikely Library Loans

Students Needing Study Break Can Borrow Sports Equipment

UMD Soccer celebration

- Athletics

Men’s Soccer to Clash in College Cup

10 Things to Know Ahead of Tonight’s Final Four Match vs. Indiana

Black Hawk helicopter
Black Hawk helicopter

- Campus & Community

Army ROTC Career Day Comes in for a Landing

Cadets Consider Job Options After Commissioning

Cooking pasta in dining hall

- Campus & Community

A Taste of Home, and of the World

Dining Services Seeks Families' Heritage-Inspired Recipes

Field station

- Campus & Community

Goodbye to Farmhouse Lab

Students Help State Dream Up Eastern Shore Field Station

Gillette speech

- Research

A Home for Forgotten Words

Archive Recovers Speeches From Marginalized Groups

Gift guide collage

- People

A Terp Holiday Gift Guide

Student-, Alumni-owned Companies May Have Solutions for the Season

Charlotte Brozer Shapiro

- People

A First in Women’s Studies

Groundbreaker in Program at UMD Creates Its Inaugural Merit-Based Scholarship

BookLab printing press

- Arts & Culture

The Writing’s on the Lab Wall

New Space Explores History and Future of Books

Locksley on field

- Athletics

Locksley Named Head Football Coach

Honored Yesterday as Nation's Top Assistant Coach, Alabama Offensive Coordinator Returning to Maryland

Eric Swalwell

- People

Pondering the Presidency

Possible 2020 Presidential Hopeful Eric Swalwell ’03 to Address BSOS Class of 2018

Map predicting risk

- Research

Saving Species Through AI

Researchers Train Algorithm to Estimate Risk Level for Plants Worldwide

Fruigees

- People

Easy Peasy Healthy Squeezy

Company Co-founded by Terp Creates On-the-go Fruit Snacks

Virtual reality headset

- Research

Scents of Things to Come

Researchers Add Smell to Virtual Reality to Better Understand Data

border

- Research

Op/Ed: Trump’s Stance on Immigration May Alienate Millennials

Government and Politics Expert Finds Widening Gap in 2018 Election Data

Testudo at Cava
Testudo at Cava

- Campus & Community

Cravings for Cava

Fans Flock to Mediterranean Eatery’s Opening; Chain's CEO is '95 Alum

Elizabeth Acevedo won the 2018 National Book Award for young people's literature

- Arts & Culture

"The Poet X" Marks the Spot

Alum Wins National Book Award for Young People's Literature

Paint Branch

- Research

"Chemical Cocktails" on Tap

Researchers Show Dangers of Excess Salt in Waterways, Need for Management and Regulation

Five to Thrive illustration

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive Week 13

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Amar Sejdic

- Athletics

Kicking It Into High Gear

Back in Elite Eight, Senior Captain Hopes to Lead Terps to NCAA Victory

Sound illustration

- Research

Stop—Hey, What’s That Sound?

New Maryland Study Explores How the Brain Interprets Sounds as Words

Student with calculator

- Research

Could Borrowing Be Beneficial?

Research Shows Potential Impact of Loan Offers on Student Success

Flooding following Hurricane Harvey

- Research

A Rising National Challenge

Report: Urban Flooding Disrupts Local Economies, Public Safety, Housing Equity

Test tube image

- Research

"We Are Not Ready"

UMD Scientist Explains Global Backlash Against Researcher Who Edited Baby Genes

LightScape Garden

- Campus & Community

Designing a Safer Place

Professor, Students Help Community Combat Crime, Build Pride Through Art

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