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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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‘Rosie, ¿Tiene Fiebre Mi Bebé?’

Grant Funds Bilingual Capabilities of Health Chatbot for Moms of Babies

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Blast From the Past—and Into the Future

75 Years After Its Groundbreaking, Revived UMD Wind Tunnel Revs Up

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Is Hopelessness a Public Health Crisis?

Despair Is in the Air for U.S. Well-being, UMD Economist Finds

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Drawn to Creepy Crawlers? There’s a Website for That.

Emeritus Professor Honors Late Friend and Colleague With Website Featuring Their Educational Art

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Composting Goes Campuswide. We Break It Down.

5 Tips to Contributing and Reducing Food Waste

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33 Faculty and Staff to Be Honored at Convocation

Annual Awards Celebrate Excellence in Teaching, Service and Research

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First-Timers at First Look Fair

Over 30 New Clubs Join 600+ Others at Annual Festival

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Picture This Adventure

From Italy to Istanbul, a Look at the Summer Experiences of Globetrotting Terps

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Vision for Campus Facilities Finds Inspiration in UMD History

Proposed Developments Highlight Academic Core, Accessibility, Wellness-Focused Amenities

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Wear Shower Shoes (and Other Tips for First-Year Survival)

Experienced Terps Share Tips for Making the Most of UMD

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What You Need to Know for Fall 2023: Facilities

New Spaces for Research, Athletics, Housing to Enhance UMD’s Campus Footprint

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Pines ‘Pins’ Hopes on a New School Year

In Classrooms, on Sidewalks and at the Stamp, President Joins Terps on First Day

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