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Forests of the Future

Researchers Map Maryland Forests’ Potential to Store Carbon, Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Cassidy Henry riding Shuttle-UM

- Campus & Community

Standing Up for Riders in Need

New DOTS Campaign Raises Awareness About Terps With Invisible Disabilities

M Gate

- People

Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Michele J. Gelfand and Frances E. Lee to be Inducted in October

Utsa Santhosh mentors students

- Campus & Community

Expanding the Computer Science Pipeline

Freshman Got Her Start at UMD Summer Camp; New Iribe Diversity Initiative Will Open More Opportunities

Wood evaporator

- Research

Fresh Route to Fresh Water

Solar Evaporator Made of Wood Offers Affordable Small-scale Desalination

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

- Research

Essay: All the King’s Consultants

Government and Politics Professor Studies the Perils of Advising Authoritarians

Iribe Center

- Research

Center for Machine Learning Launches

Researchers to Train Computers to Figure Out Challenges in Big Data, Finance, Health Care, More

Great Bookish Bake-Off

- Arts & Culture

From Stacks to Oven Racks

Libraries Event Inspires Book-Based Bake-Off


- Campus & Community

Water Is Coming

"Game of Floods" Gives Lesson in Planning for Sea-Level Rise

Terps plant a tree on Good Neighbor Day

- Campus & Community

Strengthening a Shared Community

Good Neighbor Day Volunteers Work to Improve Greater College Park

Game of Thrones water cooler illustration

- Arts & Culture

Should You Talk About "Game of Thrones" at Work?

Expert Weighs the Pros, Cons of Water-Cooler Catharsis

Holi celebration on McKeldin Mall

- Campus & Community

Color Blast

McKeldin Mall Briefly Disappears Behind Brilliant Cloud as Students Celebrate Holi

UMD campus

- Research

Graphs, Game Theory and the Scale of Everything

Computer Science, English Professors Named Guggenheim Fellows

Five to Thrive speech bubbles

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 4/15/19

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still from "Wild Nights With Emily"

- Arts & Culture

"Wild" Woman

New Film Based on Professor’s Work Re-envisions Emily Dickinson’s Life

Ice melting

- Research

Mechanisms of Melting

UMD-led Research Finds Warm Winds Could Strain Antarctic Ice Shelf

Social Justice Day

- Arts & Culture

A Balancing Actress

"Orange Is the New Black" Co-star/Immigration Activist Speaks as Part of Social Justice Day 


- Campus & Community

Gathering Around the Digital Campfire

Bitcamp Returns With 36 Hours of Frenzied Hacking Toward a Better World

Mother and daughter

- Research

The Challenges of "Mothering While Black"

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


- Research

Immigration Attitudes

UMD Poll Finds Majority of Americans Don’t View Immigrants as Criminals

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

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

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

Student course

- Campus & Community

Carrying a Big STIC

New Gift Memorializing Late Alum Supports Undergraduates Teaching Peers

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

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

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