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Sara Gavin

Sara Gavin is assistant director of communications and media relations in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

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Uncovering How COVID-19 Changed Work

$200K NSF Grant to Fund Study of Employment-Related Mobility, Job Loss and Creation

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Detained Indefinitely

Research Shows No-Bond/No-Release Policy Puts Vulnerable Population at Risk

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Is Children’s Language Learning Falling Victim to the Pandemic?

Researchers Seek Recordings of Conversations to Determine Effect of Social Distancing, School Closings

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Trees Are Trending Shorter, Younger

Global Study Finds Decades-old Environmental Shifts Are Altering Forests

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Wide Majority of Americans Support Masks, Social Distancing, Staying Home to Fight Pandemic

UMD-Post Poll Finds Expectations for Safe Public Gatherings Slip to Later in Summer

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Americans Not Ready to Reopen, New UMD-Post Poll Finds

Rising Number of Respondents Fear Serious COVID-19 Illness

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Disinclined to Download

Americans Not Ready for Virus-Tracking Apps, But Support Business, Immigration Clampdowns, UMD-Post Poll Finds

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Tydings Hall

Economist Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Expert in Labor Economics, Data Collection and Analysis Joins Elite Body

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Many Americans Struggling to Afford Basic Necessities Amid Crisis, UMD-Washington Post Poll Finds

Results Reveal Little Optimism for U.S. Economy Recovering Soon From Coronavirus

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UMD Poll: Americans Increasingly Worried About COVID-19

Results Show Continued Partisan Divide Over Federal Response, Despite Increasing Doubts About President’s Truthfulness

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‘OK, Gen Z-er’

Conventional Gender Roles Still Popular With American Youth, Study Shows

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$500K Mellon Grant to Support Study of Evolution of Identity in African Diaspora in U.S.

Project Includes Research Seminars, Museum Events and Social Media Outreach

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