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Hate-bias Response Log

- Campus & Community

Hate-bias Response Log Launched

Office of Diversity and Inclusion to List Reports on Campus

E-cigarette

- Research

Flavors of Addiction

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

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

Solar panels

- Research

Report: Jurisdictions, Businesses, Universities Make Progress on Climate Change

Despite U.S. Moves to Leave Paris Agreement, Commitment "Within Striking Distance"

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

Convocation

- Campus & Community

Convocation to Honor Faculty, Staff Accomplishments

Clark School Dean Among 19 Awardees

Screenshot from GoFundMe

- People

Fundraising Effort for Student Killed in Crash Exceeds $100K

Four Fraternity Brothers Also Injured

Mary Gossett

- People

Maryland Remembers Life, Impact of Mary Gossett

Lifelong Fan, Donor Supported Athletics, Other Units Across Campus

Hurricane Florence

- Campus & Community

UMD Prepares for Effects of Hurricane Florence

Officials Tracking Storm, Not Expecting Evacuations

Tight and Loose Cultures

- Research

Q&A: Balancing Act

Psychologist Michele Gelfand Explains the Dangers of Cultures That Are Too "Tight" or "Loose"

Bald Eagle

- Research

Helping Bald Eagles Soar

With Decades of Research, Scientist Helps Save National Symbol

WellTrack

- Campus & Community

On the Well Track

Counseling Center Adds Five Positions, Self-Help App

Philippines call center

- People

Essay: Dialed In

Professor Examines How the Philippines Rebrands Itself as World’s Call Center Capital

Synapto
Synapto

- Research

Hacking Alzheimer’s

Undergrads’ System Could Speed Up Diagnosis, Improve Treatment

Robo Raven
Robo Raven

- Research

Feathers Not Included

Doctoral Student Helps Create Robotic Bird With Revolutionary Wing-Flapping Ability

Anne Arundel Hall

- Campus & Community

UMD Holds Steady on U.S. News Rankings

Influential Listing Has Maryland No. 22 Among Best Public Universities

Five to Thrive

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive Week 1

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Lefty Driesell

- Athletics

Lefty Driesell Enshrined in Naismith Hall of Fame

Famed Coach Honored With Other Basketball Greats

Cynthia Edmunds

- People

Beyond "Us vs. Them"

Interim Chief Diversity Officer Advocates for Vibrant, Inclusive Campus

NextNOW Fest
NextNOW Fest

- Arts & Culture

NextNOW Wows

Two-Night Festival Celebrates Performing Arts at Maryland, in Community

NextNOW Fest

- Arts & Culture

"Human Library" Puts New Face on Learning at NextNOW Fest

Campus Arts Celebration to Feature 50+ Performances

Call for Anti-Harassment Policies in Science

- People

Researchers Call for Anti-Harassment Policies in National Science Community

UMD Professor Among 6 to Sign Letter in Magazine

Wind farm

- Research

How the Desert Could Bloom

Large Wind, Solar Farms in Sahara Could Boost Rainfall, Researchers Find

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