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Silhouette

Research -

Cut Off From Care

Education Researcher Explains Effects of Border Separations on Children

Hurricane Florence

Campus & Community -

Student Eye on the Storms

UMD Weather Members Offer Forecasts With Flair

Science on Tap

Research -

First Draft

“Science on Tap” Gives Research a Buzz

Disaster Games
Disaster Games

Research -

Disaster Recovery Games

Researchers Use Simulation to Study Infrastructure Recovery

Five to Thrive

Campus & Community -

Five to Thrive

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Elkton Hall

Campus & Community -

UMD Relocates Students After Mold Found Throughout Elkton Hall

Aggressive Remediation Plan Under Way to Clean Building

Jim Henson statue

People -

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jim Henson’s Time as a Terp

On Muppet Maker’s Birthday, Take a Seat—and a Pic

Helmet sticker

Athletics -

University Commits to Follow McNair Report Recommendations

Findings Detail Timeline, Missteps Before Football Player’s Death

0.5 Downhill “Race”

Campus & Community -

Happy Families

Event-Packed Family Weekend Draws 7,000

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

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

CRISPR

Research -

“Molecular Scissors” for Food Security

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

“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

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

Clouds

Campus & Community -

Tornado Warning Issued as Storms Sweep Through College Park

Decision to Send Alert Questioned, Defended

Ritchie Coliseum

Campus & Community -

Ritchie Coliseum Open as Shelter for Florence Evacuees

Red Cross, State Partner on Hurricane Relief Effort

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

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

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