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Maggie Haslam

Maggie Haslam is a communications specialist in the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost.

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Cutting the Environmental Cost of Construction

UMD Study Calls for National Building Guidelines That Include the Energy Expense of Construction Materials

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Women’s Work

In New Book, Alum Historian Chronicles the Grassroots Work to Recognize Women’s Sacrifices, Service During World War I

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The Secret to Safer Communities: More Services

UMD Study Finds Investing in Communities Over Policing Programs May Be More Effective

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Pumpkin ‘Slice’ Is Back

Architecture School Resurrects Halloween Mainstay to Connect After COVID

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Life, Liberty and a Place to Live

Professor’s New Book Proposes a Plan That Could Guarantee Housing for All

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New Course Meets at Corner of Architecture and Economics

Students, Cuban Partners to Explore Havana’s Complicated Urban Landscape

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After George Floyd, One Terp Helps a Neighborhood Rebuild

Architect Focuses on Saving, Restoring Century-Old Structure for Black-Owned Businesses

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Electric Cars, Community Gardens and Hungry Goats

How UMD’s Sustainable Maryland Program Has Helped Maryland Towns Go Green

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How an Alum Restored Iconic New York Building in the Shadow of 9/11

Gargoyles and All, 90 West’s Return Pays Homage to New York’s Resiliency

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A Campus Legacy, by Design

Architect Alums Shaped 25+ UMD Buildings—and Counting

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Surviving a Sea Change

Students Help Assateague Island Find Resilience Through Adaptation

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Fire Protection Engineers Track a Different Kind of ‘Superspreader’

Research Aims to Make Buildings More Resistant to Wildfire

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