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Patricia Alexander screengrab
Patricia Alexander screengrab

- Research

Screen Saver

Education Professor Urges Parameters Against ‘Non-Smart’ Use of Smart Tech

Black T-shirt that reads, "Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Scholarship" on the back

- Campus & Community

UMD Ranked in Top 10 for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Education for Fifth Straight Year

Princeton Review, Entrepreneur Magazine Weighed Academic Offerings, Experiential Learning Opportunities, Career Outcomes

Veterans Day service at Memorial Chapel

- Campus & Community

‘Do Not Forget’

Veterans Day Ceremony Honors Terps Who Have Served


- Research

Teamed Up for Trouble

Study Reveals How Two Strains of Single Pathogen Work Together to Cause Flesh-eating Infection

Innovation Hall of Fame illustrated headshots

- People

A Fearless (Tele)Visionary

Clark School Adds Key TV Tech Figure to Innovation Hall of Fame

Terp vets collage

- Campus & Community

Voices of Veterans

Students Who Served Share Perspective Ahead of Today’s Veterans Day Memorial Chapel Service

Reverse Undergroud Railroad image

- Research

Op/ed: What You Didn’t Know About the Reverse Underground Railroad

History Professor, Author Says Stories of Free People Kidnapped Into Slavery Need to Be Told

FIve to Thrive stars illo

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 11/11/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

University of Maryland freshmen Sage Leone, left, of Elkton, Md., and Genevieve Sampson, right, of Severna Park, Md., take part in Technica on Saturday at the Armory.

- Campus & Community

Technica-lly, Another Success

At World’s Largest Hackathon of Its Kind, Female and Nonbinary Participants Aim to Change the Face of Tech

The $175 million Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (BSE) Education Facility, which officially opened yesterday with a ceremony, is the fourth academic building on the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) campus in Montgomery County.

- Campus & Community

Building a Next-Generation Workforce

New Shady Grove Facility to Boost Medical, Science Education for Maryland Students

Students work at Technica

- Campus & Community

Model, Coder Karlie Kloss to Speak at Technica

24-Hour Hackathon Expected to Attract 900 Female, Nonbinary Coders

Elkins Building

- Campus & Community

University of Maryland, Baltimore President Named USM Chancellor

Jay A. Perman, M.D. Recognized for Collaboration and Economic Development, Community Engagement and Inclusion Initiatives

Students pose with #FearlessFirst board

- Campus & Community

A ‘Fearless’ Leap Into Higher Education

Event Celebrates First-Generation College Students

“Demagoguery and Democracy” books

- Campus & Community

Dialogue Over Demagoguery

First Year Book Author Argues for Moving Beyond ‘Us vs. Them’ in Politics

Collage of startup founders

- Campus & Community

Supercharging Student Startups

With $20K Grants to Two Ventures, New Dingman Center Program to Boost Summer Accelerator Progress

Illustration of person conducting a job search on a computer

- Campus & Community

Five Ways the Hiring Game Is Changing

From ‘Social Listening’ to AI Applicant Scans, University Career Center Offers Tips on the Future of Work

Richard Dickson ’90 with Mattel toys

- People

Innovation House

Terp Alum, Now Mattel’s President and COO, Blends Art and Science to Create Joy

Collage of items from student org collections

- Campus & Community

Stamping Students’ History

New University Archives Initiative Seeks to Preserve Terp Organizations’ Past

Performers in Flyin' West read a letter

- Arts & Culture

Theater Production Tells Pioneering Story

‘Flyin’ West’ Follows African American Women Staking Claims to Land in 1898

Mom and baby

- Research

Inequity at Birth

Public Health Study Seeks to Inform Efforts to Reduce Racial Gap in Premature Babies

Employees from the website Deadspin work in their New York office last November.

- Research

Expert Questions New Game Plans at Sports Illustrated, Deadspin

Despite Publications’ Problems, Sports Journalism Professor Sees Victories in Industry

My Maryland Odyssey game board

- Campus & Community

A Monopoly on College Park

New Board Game Teaches First-Year Students About Ins and Outs of College Life

Fireworks over McKeldin

- Campus & Community

2019 Homecoming Highlights

Football, Fireworks, Fun, Food—and Giving Back—Made for a Week of Memories

Caribou in a river

- Research

Who Goes Farthest?

Research Tracks the World’s Longest Wild Animal Terrestrial Migrations and Movements

Rendering of School of Public Policy building
Rendering of School of Public Policy building

- Campus & Community

Ground Broken on School of Public Policy Building

New Campus Home to Enhance ‘Do Good’ Efforts

Illustration of coffee mugs on blue background

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 11/4/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Students build a bridge out of pasta

- Campus & Community

Using Their Noodles

Excitement Boils Over at Architecture’s Pasta Bridge Competition

Yellow Shuttle-UM sign reading "Bus Stop Closed, Use River Road Stop #36469"

- Campus & Community

Sidewalk, Bus Stop Closures Announced for Campus Drive

Safety Precautions Taken During Purple Line Construction

Lexi Duda leaps in the air with a baton at practice

- People

Twirling Talent

MSOM’s Feature Twirler Holds World Champion Titles

Women in Aeronautics and Astronautics is celebrating five years at the University of Maryland.
Women in Aeronautics and Astronautics is celebrating five years at the University of Maryland.

- Campus & Community

Helping Female Aerospace Engineering Students Take Flight

Student Club Supports, Empowers Women in Career Pursuits

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