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Maggie Haslam

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

90 West building

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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Assateague horsesfrollicking

Surviving a Sea Change

Students Help Assateague Island Find Resilience Through Adaptation

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cars and homes destroyed by the Dixie Fire

Fire Protection Engineers Track a Different Kind of ‘Superspreader’

Research Aims to Make Buildings More Resistant to Wildfire

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School in Philadelphia

Amid National Infrastructure Debate, a Failing Grade for Schools

UMD Researcher Urges Fixing Toxic Conditions and Crumbling Buildings to Safeguard Children, Strengthen Communities

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Insta-Worthy Redesign for a Salvadoran City

Graduate Student in Architecture Uses Social Media to Reach—and Re-envision—His Grandparents’ Community

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City sketch

‘Drawn’ to Cities? Consider Sketching Them

Professor’s How-to Book Features Examples by UMD Students

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World War I memorial cross

A Witness to History

The Story of Bladensburg’s Peace Cross Illuminates a Changing America

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Bostwick House

Historic Home’s Pain in the Buttress

Preservation Program Completes Work to Save a Local Architectural Anomaly

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Anika Hobbs sits on couch in Nubian Hueman, a clothing and home décor boutique

UMD Initiative to Help Small Businesses of Color Survive—and Thrive—Despite Neighborhood Change

$3M J.P. Morgan Chase Investment to Launch National Network

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Biowall Designs Break Down Divides

Architecture Studio Course Teaches Students Unity of Built Environment and Nature

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Building Equality by Design

Men Vastly Outnumber Women in Engineering; In a Pair of UMD Living-Learning Programs, Talking About It Is the First Step Toward Change

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