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Congo aerial

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Research Finds Congo Basin’s Old-growth Forests Vanishing at Alarming Rate

Agriculture Land-Clearing Is Main Factor in Threat, Geographical Scientists Say

First UMD basketball team

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100 Seasons by the Decade

Celebrate Milestone With Peek Back at Maryland Hoops History

Geodynamo

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Tiny Dynamo

JQI Researchers Find Fast-flowing Electrons May Mimic Forces That Create Earth’s Magnetic Shield

#FearlessFirst

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#FearlessFirst Terps Pave the Way

Second Annual Event Celebrates First-generation College Students, Faculty, Staff

Justin Pearson
Justin Pearson

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Made of Star Stuff

Clark Doctoral Fellow Shares Sky-High Aspirations for Battery Research

Antietam Blush apples
Antietam Blush apples

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First Blush

UMD Researcher Releases First of Seven New Apple Varieties

Female Engagement Teams

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Fighting Gender Boundaries on the Front Lines

Terp’s New Book Reveals Impact of Military’s Female Engagement Teams

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Five Things to Watch in Today’s Election

Expert Weighs in on Early Voting, Role of Young Voters and Rise of Women Candidates

Bay cleanup
Bay cleanup

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Double Helping

Maryland Researcher Featured in New Big Ten Network Video Creates Clean Energy While Cleaning Bay

B1G Champs

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Field Hockey Wins Big Ten, 25th Conference Title

Terps Take on Albany In NCAA Tournament Friday

Five to Thrive

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Five to Thrive

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Khashoggi candles

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Op/ed: Khashoggi Murder Draws Attention to Plight of Arab World's Critics

Post-Arab Spring Crackdowns Caused Many in Movement to Flee Abroad

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Inside AI’s “Black Box”

New Research Helps Explain How Learning Algorithms (Like Your Phone’s Autocorrect) Generate Nonsense

John McNamara

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New Scholarship to Honor Fallen Sportswriter

Widow, Friends Hope to Continue Terp’s Legacy to Students

James Clapper

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Breaking the Silence

Former Intel Chief to Be Honored as Distinguished UMD Veteran

March for McNair, student-athletes

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Hundreds March on McKeldin Mall

Students Rally for McNair, Student-Athletes

Chesapeake Bay

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Stopping a Storm of Pollution

Researcher’s Nutrient Removal Technique Installed in Stormwater Basins to Protect Bay

Students outdoors

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Enrollment Data Reveal Record Growth, But Diversity Challenges

Provost Pledges to Strengthen “Diverse and Talented” Student Body

John B. King Jr.

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Former Education Secretary Named Commencement Speaker

John B. King Jr. to Encourage Civic Involvement

DJ Durkin

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Loh: University and Durkin Parting Ways

President Says Stakeholders Shared Concerns About Coach's Reinstatement

“Dialectic of Desire and Denial”

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Art in the Mirror

New Exhibit at Stamp Gallery Explores Identity, Immigrant Experience

Wallace D. Loh

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Message From Loh: I Will Retire in June

In Statement, President Commits to Implementing Commission's Reforms in Athletics With Evans; Durkin Reinstated

Club Hippo

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Places With Pride

Project Documents Key Spots for Baltimore LGBTQ Community in ’70s and ’80s

Marty Baron

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“Spotlight” on Washington Post’s Editor

Students to Interview Marty Baron About Film, Investigative Journalism, Violence Against Reporters

Quantum

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Superpositioned

Could College Park Be Ground Zero for a Quantum Computing Revolution?

Test taking

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Passing the Test of Time

NSF Grant Supports Research to Analyze Meaning of Fast or Slow Responses

FrankenReads

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A Monster Mash, Frankly

FrankenReads Celebrates Novel’s 200th Anniversary on Campus, Around the World

Vigil

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A Light in the Dark

Students Gather at Vigil to Mourn Victims of Synagogue Shootings

Wildfire

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Bravery’s Price

$1.5M FEMA Award to Fund Study of Wildland Firefighting Health Risks

Five to Thrive

Campus & Community -

Five to Thrive

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

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