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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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Your Guide to a Great Afternoon at the Wharf—From Two Alums Who Helped Develop It

Terps Behind D.C.’s Hot New Destination Construct Its Story

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Purple Line Light Rail Transit Project sign

$1.5M Federal Grant to Fund Work to Prioritize Equity on Purple Line Corridor

UMD-led Coalition to Plan for More Affordable Housing, Pedestrian and Bike Access

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students fill plates at Thanksgiving gathering

A Yam Good Time

Terps Enjoy Turkey, Crab Cakes, Korean Pancakes at Thanksgiving Meals Across Campus

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rocket lifting off

Giving Students ‘Space’ for Galactic Discovery—and a Launch Into Research

Terps Behind Microgravity Experiment to Send Their Work to International Space Station

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overhead view of students working on design project

To Design for the Future, Class Looks to the Past

Architecture Students Boost Site Sustainability Through Indigenous Ecological Practices

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On Leong Chinese Merchant’s Association

Uncovering D.C.’s Asian American Past

Documentation of Chinese and Korean History in Washington, D.C. Brings Recognition—and Protections—to Treasured Places

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four people plant rain garden

UMD Program Plants Seeds of Stormwater Relief

Local Towns Explore Green Barriers to Flooding

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Sustainable Suds

New UMD Project Brings Green Practices to Microbreweries

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Jamie Raskin at podium discussing Purple Line benefits

UMD-Led Report Pushes Strategies for Affordable Housing, Trail Access Along Purple Line Corridor

Coalition Ties Equity in Development to Economic Growth in Region

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Students create brick wall

Building Knowledge, Brick by Brick

At Architecture Program’s Popular Wall-Building Demo, Students Get a Little Messy to Learn

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Stills from "Rushmore," "Children of Men," and "The Mirror"

When a Movie’s Scene Stealer Is the Scene Itself

Architecture Course Explores Parallels of Making Films and Making Places

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Rendering of bridge near water

Students Channel Animal Instincts to Create Urban Spaces

Summer Design Course Explores Human, Wildlife Cohabitation

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