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Terp Notches 9-Day Winning Streak on ‘Jeopardy!’

History Grad, Former UMD Quiz Bowl Competitor, Is No Stranger to Competition Shows

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‘That’s Not Fair!’: UMD-Led Study Finds Kids Notice Teacher Bias

Children Also Seek to Rectify Inequalities in Classroom

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UMD Awarded $388M NOAA Cooperative Agreement for Earth System Studies

Institute’s Researchers Aim to Trace Links Between Human Activity, Earth’s Environment

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Researchers Discover How Brain Region Helps Us Switch From Passive to Active Listening

Study of Hearing in Different Contexts Could Offer Insights Into Sensory Impairment Disorders

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‘That’s Not Fair!’: UMD-Led Study Finds Kids Notice Teacher Bias

Children Also Seek to Rectify Inequalities in Classroom

Research

UMD Awarded $388M NOAA Cooperative Agreement for Earth System Studies

Institute’s Researchers Aim to Trace Links Between Human Activity, Earth’s Environment

Research

Researchers Discover How Brain Region Helps Us Switch From Passive to Active Listening

Study of Hearing in Different Contexts Could Offer Insights Into Sensory Impairment Disorders

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Arts & Culture

Driskell Center Awarded Nearly $570K to Create Institutional Archive, Digitize Newest Collections

Grants Expected to Help Solidify Center’s Reputation as Leading African American Arts Institution

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Looking for an ‘Outside the Box’ Candidate? You Might Get a Rule-bending Narcissist

Study Finds Job-Posting Language Can Attract Unethical Candidates

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‘Don’t Fall for It’

Journalism Professor’s Book Shows Convergence of Russian Propaganda and American Media

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Summer Chorus Concert: UMD Choral Activities

This year, UMD Summer Chorus will tackle Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, a choral masterwork that has provided comfort and solace to many since its creation.

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People have increasingly seen violence as a potential way forward, and they see it as justified. They often see it as necessary and inevitable.

Michael Jensen

Research director and senior researcher at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, on acts of political violence like the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump

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In Brief

Alumni Association Names Senior Executive Director

The University of Maryland has promoted a 15-year leader in the Alumni Association to oversee the organization as senior executive director. Jessica Roberts will take her new position on July 14 following a highly competitive national search.

UMD Students Win National Competition Designed to Reduce Violence, Hate

A team of students in UMD’s global terrorism studies minor won the $10,000 first prize in a national high school and collegiate competition to design and implement creative solutions to prevent targeted violence, hate or terrorism in their communities.

UMD Nominated for 2024 Best Venue for Youth Retreats, Camps

The University of Maryland has been nominated in Unique Venues’ 2024 "Planner’s Choice” awards competition in the category of youth retreats and camps.

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Features

Driving Home Pride

UMD-Themed Vanity Plates Are the Highway Four-Leaf Clovers We Love to Spot. We Share Tales Behind the Tags.

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‘Bet on the Class of 2024’

At Commencement, Graduates Praised for Resilience, Encouraged to ‘Choose Tough’

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