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Growing Justice From Grassroots Science

How a Public Health Researcher Is Empowering Marginalized Communities to Fight for Cleaner, Safer Conditions

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Sports Stadiums Could Change the Game for Future Elections

Study by University Partnership With Nonprofit Finds Support for Use as Polling Sites

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Structural Racism Drives Higher COVID-19 Death Rates in Louisiana, UMD Study Finds

Black Families More Likely to Face ‘Stressors’ That Increased Vulnerability to Disease

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Researcher Awarded $1M From NASA to Develop Disease Forecasting Center and App

Rita Colwell’s Distinguished Career Culminates in Project Predicting and Preventing Cholera

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UMD-led Study Finds Climate Answers in Trees—Particularly Big Ones

Researchers Model Historic Biomass to Understand Global Carbon Balance

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Sports Stadiums Could Change the Game for Future Elections

Study by University Partnership With Nonprofit Finds Support for Use as Polling Sites

Research

Structural Racism Drives Higher COVID-19 Death Rates in Louisiana, UMD Study Finds

Black Families More Likely to Face ‘Stressors’ That Increased Vulnerability to Disease

Research

Researcher Awarded $1M From NASA to Develop Disease Forecasting Center and App

Rita Colwell’s Distinguished Career Culminates in Project Predicting and Preventing Cholera

Research

UMD-led Study Finds Climate Answers in Trees—Particularly Big Ones

Researchers Model Historic Biomass to Understand Global Carbon Balance

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Where Your Wordle Post Went Wrong

Ahead of UMD’s First Digital Accessibility Empathy Lab, Check Out 7 Common Online Barriers—and How to Fix Them

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In Assessing Environmental Risks to Pregnancy, Fathers Matter Too

New Public Health Research Uncovers Little-Known Influence on Birth Outcomes

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Op/Ed: A ‘Supercontagion’ of Dangerous Groups Converged at the Capitol

UMD Extremist Expert Dispels Myth of the ‘Ordinary American’ at Riot

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Final Day of "Get Out the Vote" Exhibition

Time is running out to experience an exhibition in Hornbake Library that illustrates the history of voting rights in America.

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Lacrosse Player Nominated for ESPY Award

Maryland lacrosse attackman Logan Wisnauskas has been named a 2022 ESPY nominee, ESPN announced Tuesday.

Maternal Mortality Jumped During Pandemic, With Black and Hispanic Mothers Bearing Brunt, Study Finds

The mortality rate for Americans who were pregnant or just gave birth outpaced that of the overall population in the first nine months of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to federal data, and now a new analysis from the University of Maryland and Boston University has found that the rise disproportionately impacted Black and non-white Hispanic mothers.

UMD Names Private-Sector Finalists for Project to Upgrade, Decarbonize Energy System

The University of Maryland announced the two finalists for the private sector partner of the NextGen Energy Program. Finalists were selected following the university’s review of their responses to the request for proposals to design, engineer, finance, install and maintain the university’s energy system.

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Men’s Lacrosse Team Captures NCAA Championship

9-7 Win Over Cornell Closes Historic Perfect Season

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Trader Joe’s to Open in Greater College Park

Partnerships With UMD, Local Governments Lead to Grocer’s First Store in Prince George’s

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