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Sala Levin ’10

Sala Levin, a University of Maryland graduate, joined the office of strategic communications in 2016. Previously, she was a writer and editor at Moment magazine, where she was a 2014 finalist for the Religion Newswriters Association's Religion News Reporter of the Year.


Office Space screengrab with Jennifer Aniston, manager

An Operational “Shift”

Alum’s Company Lowers Employee Turnover in Restaurants

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Robert Wiedmaier

“We’re Not Just Selling Food, We’re Selling an Experience”

Terp Chef Behind D.C. Restaurant Group in Running for James Beard Award

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Solar panels on Regents Drive Garage

States, Counties, Universities: We’ll Always Have Paris

Professor Testifies to Congress on Progress to Cut Carbon Emissions

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Phillips Collection exterior

Talking Pictures

Phillips, UMD Partnership Host Latest “Conversations With Artists”

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Neijma Celestine-Donnor

Answering the Call

Compassion, Humility Guide the Leader of UMD’s Hate-Bias Response Program

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Hugo Keesing

And the Nominees Are

Two UMD-Affiliated Albums Up for Grammys

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"Posing Beauty" exhibition

Striking Poses

New Exhibition Examines Depictions of African American Beauty

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Kym Perfetto cycling

A Nonstop Ride

Alum Turns Cycling Into Business, Social Media Success

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“Unsung Founders Memorial”

Monumental Change

A Maryland professor is traveling the country to learn the stories of America’s memorials to slavery and its victims.

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Influence

How to Win Followers and Influence People

Young Alums Find Success on Instagram

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Propoganda

Speaking in Code

Communication Students Catalog Russian Propaganda

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Gift guide collage

A Terp Holiday Gift Guide

Student-, Alumni-owned Companies May Have Solutions for the Season

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