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Black and white photo of babies and cribs in a Romanian orphanage

- Research

Research: How Durable Are Foster Care’s Benefits?

$3.4M NIH Grant Allows Long-term Study of Romanian Children Who Were Institutionalized to Follow Them as Adults

Patrons enjoy the atmosphere at the Bluenose Gopher, a cooperative pub that has become a community gathering point.

- People

Alum Taps Into Hometown’s History

Historic Preservation Grad Opens Cooperative Pub Honoring Prohibition’s Namesake

Ghosts overlaying image of brick campus building

- Campus & Community

School Spirits

Ghost Tour Invites Terps to Visit the Most Haunted Spots on Campus

Drone flies package to suburban house

- Research

Delayed Delivery

For Drone Safety Week, UMD Expert Explains What Stands in the Way of Doorstep Airborne Drop-offs

Streamers fly as the marching band plays at The Hotel

- Campus & Community

A Home for the Public Good

UMD Breaks Ground on New School of Public Policy Building

Hops production at the Western Maryland Research and Education Center

- Research

Growing a New State Industry

Flying Dog Releases Beer Based on Maryland Hops Research

Diary

- Research

Op/Ed: Can Ordinary People’s Diaries Bridge Cultural Divides?

Psychology Researchers Found That Exposing Americans and Pakistanis to Each Other’s Private Writings Reduced Prejudice

"Pansies and Tulips" artwork by John Paradiso

- Arts & Culture

Not Fading Away

New Exhibit Highlights Contemporary Artists’ Responses to HIV/AIDS

GIF of social media page being cleaned

- Research

Expert: Time for a Social Media Cleanup

Five Ways to Keep Your Online Presence From Messing With Your Real-world Career

illustration of speech bubbles on a yellow background

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 10/28/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Illustration of balloon, selfie stick and phone, microphone, piano, crab and football

- Campus & Community

Homecoming Happenings

Comedy, Crabs and College Football—a Breakdown of This Week’s Events

National Cathedral lit up in Nationals colors with curly W

- Research

Reflecting Success

As Nats Fight to Pull Off World Series Upset, Smith Professor Explains Impact on D.C.

Shutterstock

- Campus & Community

Costume Consideration

Points to Ponder on Cultural Appropriation and Its Impact

Alexander MacLeod, a doctoral student in Environmental Science & Technology, catches yellow perch for study.

- Research

Bellweather for the Bay

Research Aims to Uncover Problems Leading to Decline of Chesapeake’s Yellow Perch

25 at 25 with illustrations of a crab, paper airplane, trophy, books, lightbulb, graduation cap, globe and ice cream cone

- Campus & Community

College Park Scholars Celebrates a Quarter Century With 25 Fast Facts

Living-Learning Program Debuts Custom Dairy Ice Cream Flavor Today

Georgina Dodge

- People

‘Be Here Now’

New VP for Diversity and Inclusion Brings Background and Balance to Role

The White House

- Research

Critical Issues Poll: U.S. Public Opinion Shifting on Impeachment

Poll Also Finds Split in Attitudes on Middle East Policies

Mural on brick wall above Nando's Peri-Peri showing a yellow flower and a terrapin outline on a red, black and white background

- Arts & Culture

A Natural Fit

New Mural Enlivens Downtown Facade

Gold mining pit

- Research

High Price of Gold

Graduate Student Studies Ways to Help Amazon Forest Heal After Mining Devastation

Crowd of people

- Research

New Insights Into American Diversity

Researchers Aim to Paint a More Accurate Picture of Ethnic, Racial Groups Across the Nation

Hands typing on a laptop on a colorful background

- Research

Emotional Benefits of Coming Out at Work

Research Looks at Impact of Concealing or Revealing Sexual Identity in the Workplace

Spiro T. Agnew

- Campus & Community

‘Nattering Nabobs’ and Other Nuggets From Agnew, Now Digitized

University Libraries Expands Archives of Audio Recordings From Former Vice President’s Speeches, Press Conferences

James R. Clapper '63 speaks at a podium

- People

Former National Intelligence Director James R. Clapper ’63 Named Commencement Speaker

UMD ROTC Graduate, Retired General Has Become Author, Commentator on U.S. Policy

Testudo lit up purple

- Campus & Community

Lighting the Night Against Abuse

CARE Event Highlights Healthy Relationship Behaviors

A black-legged tick glows in fluorescent hues in a microscope image.

- Research

Tracking Tick Infections in 3-D

Innovative Models Allow Study of How Pathogens Invade Vasculature, Tissues

UMD students, faculty and staff volunteer at Good Neighbor Day 2019, removing invasive plant species near Lake Artemesia.

- Research

Do Good Institute Report: Philanthropy in U.S. May Face Harder Times

Young Adults Reach Milestones Later, Give and Volunteer Less

Illustration of leaves on a purple background

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 10/21/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Illustration of a laptop and articles

- Research

Info for All

Libraries’ Open Access Publishing Fund Seeks to Make UMD Research Available to Public

Kirwan gives a presentation

- Research

New UMD-Post Poll Finds Strong Support for Increasing State Education Spending

Results Show Majority of Maryland Residents Favor Kirwan Commission Proposal

The turtle-shell-shaped Butler tunnel at Maryland Stadium lights up red

- Athletics

Tunnel Vision

New Team Entrance Honors Longtime Supporter of Maryland Athletics

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