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Somara Theodore

- People

Sunny Outlook for New Broadcast Meteorology Class

TV’s Somara Theodore Opens Window Into Translating Science for Viewers

Man works in IonQ

- Campus & Community

New Investments Fuel 3 Startups in Discovery District

Tech Businesses Confident on Greater College Park’s Growth Potential

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- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Solar panels on garage roof

- Campus & Community

University Halves Carbon Emissions Ahead of Schedule

Despite Successes, Challenges Remain to Reach Carbon Neutrality by 2020, Campus Officials Say

Torrey Smith as a Terp

- People

Moving On, But Staying in the Game

Winter Commencement 2019 Speakers to Include Former Terps, Ravens Standout Torrey Smith

Illustration of mouse in the light with musical notes

- Research

A Week in the Dark Rewires Hearing

Biologists Reveal How Vision Deprivation Affects Neural Connections, Changes Hearing in Mice

Comedian Kal Penn appeared Thursday on campus to present an episode of his sitcom "Sunnyside" and discuss diversity and Asian American representation in the entertainment industry.

- Campus & Community

The ‘Sunnyside’ of Diversity on TV

Comedian Kal Penn Screens His New Sitcom, Discusses Why It's Important to Reflect Cultural Reality

UMD Chamber Singers

- Arts & Culture

Getting a Handle on Handel

5 Facts About ‘Messiah’ Before Sunday Concert

Justin Lee photographs a pygmy rattlesnake. Lee, who works in a herpetology lab at the Smithsonian is first author on a number of research papers.
Justin Lee photographs a pygmy rattlesnake. Lee, who works in a herpetology lab at the Smithsonian is first author on a number of research papers.

- Research

Tipping the Scales

Undergrad Specializes in Reptilian Discovery

Rendering of Jemer architecture project

- Campus & Community

Passion Projects

A Cemetery Park? A Baltimore Food District? Unconventional Ideas, Inventive Design Reign in Architecture Program’s Thesis Projects

Bita Riazi

- People

A Winding Journey Completed

Student Commencement Speaker Finishes Longtime Goal of Graduating From UMD

Collage of book covers, including With the Fire on High, Hurry Up and Relax, Felon, An Anonymous Girl, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball, The Capital of Basketball and more

- People

Season’s Readings

15 Terp Titles for the Book Lovers on Your List

Kim Building

- People

Engineers Named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors

New Inductees Are Latest of Six UMD Faculty Recognized by NAI for ‘Prolific Spirit of Innovation’

Students walking; According to a new report from the U.S. Department of Education, UMD students graduate with less debt and get higher-paying jobs after graduation, on average, than students from other Maryland, Big Ten and U.S. universities.

- Campus & Community

Return on Investment

Federal Database Shows Maryland Students Owe Less, Get Paid More

Cecile Richards

- People

‘Making Good Trouble’

Progressive Leader Cecile Richards to Discuss Life as an Activist in Campus Visit

Six people pose with Thanksgiving dinner

- Campus & Community

Serving Thanksgiving Dinner, With a Side of Hospitality

Staff, Faculty Welcome Terp Students to Their Homes for Holiday Feasts

Student teaches a STIC math class

- Campus & Community

‘Giving’ Before Getting

15 UMD Projects Raise Money This Week

Boy standing at open fridge

- Research

The Future of Cool

Engineers Develop New Material to Make Refrigeration, AC More Efficient and Climate-friendly

Socks by the fireplace

- Campus & Community

Systems Expert: Focus on the Present, Not the Presents

Plus 8 Campus Events for Destressing in December

Collage of photos of IAP students at various events

- People

Incentive to Succeed

Alumni Couple’s Gift Supports Baltimore City Students

Illustration of coffee mugs on blue background

- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 12/2/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

Illustration of rainbow pills

- Research

Study: Higher Substance Abuse Rates for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual People Linked to Stress, Discrimination

Research Expands on Public Health Professor’s Work on LGB-Related Health Disparities

Girl surrounded by illustrated question marks

- Research

Op/Ed: Alexa, What’s a Reliable Source?

Education Researcher Studies How Children Get Answers, and Assess Their Validity, in the Information Age

Interim Dean Donald Linebaugh working with artifacts from the Kippax Plantation Archaeological Site.

- Research

Grant to Help Finish Professor’s 30-Year Research at Historic Plantation

Property, Once Owned by Pocahontas’ Granddaughter, Reveals Insights Into Colonial Life

Baltimore row houses and trees

- Research

Soaking in the Rain

Study Finds Tiny Urban Forests Prevent Runoff, Protect the Environment

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- Campus & Community

Five to Thrive 11/25/2019

Your Weekly Tips for Workplace Success

University of Maryland gate

- People

Recent Graduate Awarded National Mitchell Scholarship

Former SGA President A.J. Pruitt Named 1 of 12 Winners to Pursue Graduate Study in Ireland

GIF of hand holding phone with AR presents appearing on screen

- Research

AR: The Trend Changing How You Shop During the Holidays

Marketing Expert: Brace for Stores Everywhere to Adopt This Tech

Lauren Filocco teaches at Open Barre

- People

Raising the Barre

From Freshmen to Senior Citizens, Alum’s Local Fitness Studio Caters to All

Morgan Scott as Paul Laurence Dunbar in "Measure of Our Lives"

- Arts & Culture

Off the Wall

Students Bring Historical Figures to Life at Portrait Gallery

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