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Rachael Grahame ’17


Woman gets fitted with hearing aid

‘You Give Me Wings’

Hearing and Speech Clinic Partnership With Local Agency Provides Hearing Aids to Over 150 Holocaust Survivors

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Turner Hall framed by cherry blossoms

Two Professors Named Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Sociologist Rashawn Ray and Historian Sarah Cameron Will Each Receive $200K to Support Research Projects

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Woman participates in aphasia research

UMD Aphasia Experts Work to Build Understanding of Condition Affecting Hollywood Superstar

Willis Diagnosis Puts Spotlight on Language Disorder Affecting Millions

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Gas price display in California

UMD Poll: Americans Ready to Accept Some Costs of Supporting Ukraine

Respondents Strongly Oppose Sending U.S. Troops to War Zone

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Illustration of doctor giving patient a vaccine

Study: Most Americans Oppose Medical Discrimination Against Trans People

Opinions Could Vary Based on Race of Patients, Research Finds

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Man adjusts thermostat

Aging Society Creates Challenge for Cutting Carbon Emissions, Study Including UMD Researcher Finds

Older Adults Have Outsize Environmental Impact—Not Necessarily by Choice

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Man pours water on fire

$2.6M in DOD Grants to Fund Studies of Climate Change Impact on Security

Projects Will Study Refugees, Governance in Warming World

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Matthew Thomann and another man stand outside a clinic

Putting HPV Pain to Paper

Anthropologist to Document Physical Suffering of Kenyan Sexual and Gender Minorities With Sexually Transmitted Disease

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Social Data Science Major to Debut in February

New B.S. Degree Program to Teach Students How to Collect, Analyze Data for Fast-Growing Fields

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Ear with wave illustrations

Personal Audio Reimagined

UMD Research Powers Company’s Systems That Compensate for Hearing Differences

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President Donald Trump supporters storm the United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

Washington Post-UMD Poll Finds Public Opinion Entrenched One Year After Capitol Attack

Americans Divided in Their Beliefs About Trump’s Responsibility for the Insurrection, and in Their Pride in U.S. Democracy

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World map with red virus illustrations

Global COVID-19 Survey by UMD, Facebook Earns Likes

Survey Launched at Pandemic’s Onset Proves It Can Function as Early Warning System for Changes in Outbreaks

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