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T-shirts from the Clothesline Project

- Campus & Community

“I’ll Be There for You, Sister.”

Clothesline Project Raises Awareness of Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence—and of Campus Support for Survivors

Mother and daughter

- Research

The Challenges of "Mothering While Black"

Sociologist’s New Book Highlights Complex Issues That Black Middle-Class Families Face

Eric Swalwell on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"

- People

From the SGA to the White House?

U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, a 2003 Grad, Announces Candidacy for President

Pets of Instagram

- Campus & Community

Dogs, Cats, Bunnies, Terps

Celebrate National Pet Day With the Terp Pets of Instagram

refugee family

- Research

Op/Ed: Americans More Likely to Support Christian Refugees

Public Policy Researcher’s Experiment Shows Effect of Religious Identity on Charitable Giving

Mike Busch speaking

- People

Legacy of a Lawmaker

Experts, Alums in Legislature Reflect on 33-year Tenure of Maryland House Speaker, and What Comes Next

Robot surgeon

- Research

Tag-team Robot Surgery

New “Confidence-based” System Relies on Separate Strengths of People and Technology

Student course

- Campus & Community

Carrying a Big STIC

New Gift Memorializing Late Alum Supports Undergraduates Teaching Peers

Sureka Khandagle

- People

Orchestrating Aid

Alum Leading Disaster Response After Deadly Cyclone Hits Africa

Kurt Weill Festival

- Arts & Culture

Staging a Double Take

New Production of Two Works by Kurt Weill Combines Opera, Dance and Theater

Thrive leaves

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 4/8/19

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Emily Berry ’21

- Campus & Community

Behind the State House Scenes

Writing Internship Puts Students in the General Assembly Mix


- Athletics

Maryland Athletics Announces Inaugural Athletic Medicine Review Board

Members Include Athletic Trainers, Physicians, Experts in Injury Prevention, Legal and Medical Ethics

Green Tidings food truck

- Campus & Community

The Truck Stops Here—and the Line Instantly Forms

Green Tidings Mobile Dining Is Back. Here’s Everything You Need to Know About It

Kermit wearing Maryland T-shirt

- Arts & Culture

Which Muppet Are You?

Take Our Buzzfeed-inspired Quiz to Learn How You Fit Into Alum Jim Henson’s Puppet World


- Research

Cyber Brain Trust Looks to Safeguard Smart Tech

Experts Outline Roles of Academic, Private and Public Sectors in Evolving Threat Landscape


- Research

Unfaltering Alliance

Public Policy Poll: Support for NATO Membership Remains High

UMD gymnastics team

- Athletics

A New Twist Heading Into Regionals

5 Things to Know About Gymnastics Team Before Tomorrow’s Competition

Bike smoothie

- Campus & Community

Cycling for Smoothies

Farmers Market-Goers Pedal to Make Smoothies During UMD Bike Week

Surgeon general

- Campus & Community

U.S. Surgeon General Urges Collaboration to Confront Health Crises

Dr. Jerome Adams Headlines Public Health Research Event, Calls Substance Abuse His Top Priority

Whiteboard with intellectual property terms

- Campus & Community

Need to Collar IP Copycats? An Expert Reveals How

Workshop Explains 4 Ways Researchers Can Protect Their Innovations

Kristen P. Ahern MFA ’19 with her puppet

- Arts & Culture

They’ve Got the World on a String—or a Rod

Students Bring Their Henson-Funded Puppet Creations to the Stage

Woman illustration

- Research

Op/Ed: Inequalities Persist on the Tenure Track

Professor Finds Climbing Professional Ladder Remains Challenging for Female Faculty on College Campuses

Iribe Center

- Campus & Community

UMD Launches Iribe Initiative for Inclusion and Diversity in Computing

Effort Supported by New $1M Gift From Brendan Iribe to Expand Programming to Students of All Genders and Backgrounds

Office Space screengrab with Jennifer Aniston, manager

- People

An Operational “Shift”

Alum’s Company Lowers Employee Turnover in Restaurants


- Research

A Faltering Shield Against Disease

Vaccine Expert Says Policy Changes Needed to Maintain Barriers Against Measles, Other Illnesses

Five to Thrive stars illustration

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 4/1/19

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Missing Testudo

- Campus & Community

Pranks for the Memories

On April Fool’s Day, Our List of the 5 Best Pranks in Campus History

Megan Taylor

- Athletics

Don’t Sell Her Short

Nation’s Best Goalie Is Lighthearted, But Her Success Is No Joke for Undefeated Women’s Lacrosse Team

Chuck Schwartz

- Campus & Community

Growth, Charted

As Thriving Workplace Survey Launches Today, Staff, Employees Reveal How Previous Results Have Helped Them Improve

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