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Tim Kurkjian ’78, Jon Meoli and Jane Leavy

- Campus & Community

Povich Panel: Another MLB Strike Could Be on Horizon

Trio of Baseball Writers Discusses Covering Game, Its Future

Kym Perfetto cycling

- People

A Nonstop Ride

Alum Turns Cycling Into Business, Social Media Success

Fruits and Vegetables with faces illustration

- Research

Toxic Pesticides on the Rise in Our Food

Levels Below EPA Standards Still Prompt Health Questions, UMD Researchers Say

Tom Brady still from Super Bowl ad

- Arts & Culture

Super Bowl’s Commercial Appeal

Consumer Behavior Expert Ranks Most Memorable 2019 Ads

Smart Cities

- Research

Report: “Smart Cities” Start With Community Conversations

Study Cites Value of Engaging With Baltimore Residents to Implement Tech


- Research

Many Opioid Users With Mental Illness Lack Treatment

Affordability, Stigma Cited as Barriers to Care

Five to Thrive illustration

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive Week 17

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Opera Costumes

- Arts & Culture

Ringing in the Year of the Pig

Chinese New Year Celebration Comes to Campus

WeWork exterior

- Campus & Community

WeWork Comes to College Park

Co-working Space Draws Tenants to Discovery District

Rover Selfie

- Research

Mars Rover Curiosity Has a New Talent

UMD Geologist, Partners Repurpose Navigation Instruments to Measure Gravity, Explore Planet's Geologic Past

Special Olympics clinic at Xfinity Center

- Athletics

A Slam Dunk With Special Olympics

Men’s Basketball Team Hosts Athletes for Annual Clinic


- Research

A New Way to Chill

Beta Testing Begins This Year for Personal Smart Cooling Device Born at UMD

Main Admin

- Campus & Community

Loh to Remain Through 2019–20 School Year

Regents Launch National Search for Next UMD President

Flooding in downtown Baltimore

- Campus & Community

Equal Protection, From Floods

Student Research Team Works to Ensure All Marylanders Benefit From Emergency Plans

Polar bears

- Research

Amid a Frozen World, a Data Desert

Scientists Make Urgent Plea for Better Understanding of How Changing Snowscapes Affect Arctic Wildlife

Eric Shin

- Arts & Culture

Percussionist With a Full Plate

School of Music Faculty Member Bangs the Drum for Korean Comfort Food at New College Park Eatery

Peer to Peer

- Campus & Community

For Teenage Refugees, Homework Help—and Down-to-Earth Insights

Terps Mentor High Schoolers New to Country


- Research

The “Loosening of America”

Research Examines Positive and Negative Impacts of Relaxed Cultural Standards

Basketball uniforms

- Athletics

Uniform Norms, Transformed

In Terps Basketball’s 100th Season, See How Game-Day Looks Evolved

Rickey Gates running in San Francisco

- Research

Pathfinding Prof

Mountaintop Meeting Spurs Computerized Collaboration on Runner’s Project to Hit Every San Francisco Street

Five to Thrive illustration

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive Week 15

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Cancer cell

- Research

Machine Learning Helps Target Cancer Patients for Immunotherapy

Approach Could Reduce Dangerous, Costly Treatment Failures

ESJ Class

- Campus & Community

Connections to Classrooms

New Website Matches Instructors, Needs With Available Spaces


- Campus & Community

#NowATerp Tour Surprises

UMD Offers In-Person Admission to Four Hopefuls, With Lots of Hoopla

Hands illustration

- People

Op/Ed: Rounding Third Space

Education Professor Finds Value in Meetings Outside Work and Home

Van Munching Hall

- People

Alum Pledges $1M to Maryland Smith

Former Banking Executive Now Teaches at Alma Mater

Pioneering Arab women collage

- Research

Suffragists, Scientists and Scholars

Gibran Chair Launches Site Showcasing Arab Women Pioneers

Time use illustration

- Research

Time of Our Lives

UMD Lab Shows How Society May Be Robbing You of Free Time—or Giving You a Bonus

“Unsung Founders Memorial”

- Arts & Culture

Monumental Change

A Maryland professor is traveling the country to learn the stories of America’s memorials to slavery and its victims.

Shauna Rasband

- Campus & Community

Researchers, Students Feel Shutdown Sting

Federal Impasse Leads to Funding Holdups

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