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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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Tracking How Natural Disasters Become Pollution Disasters

Researchers Work to Understand Risk to Vulnerable Communities, Build Resilience

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Designing for a Different Future

Students, Faculty Rethink the Architecture of Post-Pandemic D.C.

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A Vehicle for Connection

Mobile Resource Hubs Aim to Enhance Communities, One Block at a Time

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How Green Is Good for You—and Your Career

Architecture, Psychology Researchers Explore Workplace Performance Benefits of Sustainable Buildings

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Unfolding Answer to Hospital Space Shortages

Origami-inspired ‘Mobile Clinic’ Will Offer Portable, Affordable Tool in Fight Against COVID-19

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UMD’s third annual Data Challenge rallied 146 students from programs across campus to creatively transform data into information that could be used to tackle theme-specific challenges

‘Talk Data to Me’

Students Across Campus Find a Common Language in UMD Data Challenge

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Trail Through History

Students Create Heritage Tour Linking African American Past in Southern Prince George's County

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Real estate students

UMD Opens Doors to First Undergraduate Real Estate Program

Multidisciplinary Program Includes Urban Planning, Sustainable Design and Other Built Environment Disciplines

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Passion Projects

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

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

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

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

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Students build a bridge out of pasta

Using Their Noodles

Excitement Boils Over at Architecture’s Pasta Bridge Competition

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Patrons enjoy the atmosphere at the Bluenose Gopher, a cooperative pub that has become a community gathering point.

Alum Taps Into Hometown’s History

Historic Preservation Grad Opens Cooperative Pub Honoring Prohibition’s Namesake

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