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‘Bet on the Class of 2024’

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

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Restoring ‘Sight,’ One Child at a Time

New Movie Traces Alum’s Journey From Impoverished Immigrant to Renowned Eye Surgeon Who Treats Blinded Orphan

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Walkability in Neighborhoods Linked to Health, Study of Siblings Shows

UMD-led Research Combined Google Street View, Utah Medical Data

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How Safe Are Voting Machines? DOD-Funded Lab IDs Vulnerabilities

UMD, Towson Aim to Help Election Office, Boost Public’s Confidence

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UMD Joins Consortium to Improve Accuracy of Weather Forecasts

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Researchers to Lend Expertise to $6.6M Initiative

People

Restoring ‘Sight,’ One Child at a Time

New Movie Traces Alum’s Journey From Impoverished Immigrant to Renowned Eye Surgeon Who Treats Blinded Orphan

Research

Walkability in Neighborhoods Linked to Health, Study of Siblings Shows

UMD-led Research Combined Google Street View, Utah Medical Data

Research

How Safe Are Voting Machines? DOD-Funded Lab IDs Vulnerabilities

UMD, Towson Aim to Help Election Office, Boost Public’s Confidence

Research

UMD Joins Consortium to Improve Accuracy of Weather Forecasts

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Researchers to Lend Expertise to $6.6M Initiative

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To Hunt for Better Malaria Vaccines, Researchers Turn to Machine Learning

Study Creates Ranking of Drug Development Targets That UMD, UMB Uncovered

People

Changing the Game for Young Athletes

Graduating Student’s Nonprofit Redistributes Sports Gear to Children in Need Around the World

A Warm Embrace for Graduating Indigenous Students

UMD Hosts Inaugural Blanket Ceremony for Seniors

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NOI Philharmonic: Kurt Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins

Created by Weill in Paris before he had ever even visited the U.S., this work plots a satirical musical travelogue of America’s cities, each as representative of a chief vice.

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Finance professor of the practice, on predicting major banks’ climate change risks

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Men’s Lacrosse Team Heads to NCAA Final Four

The No. 7-seeded Maryland men's lacrosse advanced to the NCAA semifinals for the third time in four years by rallying to defeat No. 2-seeded Duke, 14-11, on Saturday at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium.

Volunteers Needed as UMD Hosts International Town-gown Relations Conference

The Office of Community Engagement seeks campus and community volunteers to assist in welcoming attendees from across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom for a conference next month.

Summer Road Closures, Detours Planned for Purple Line, Other Construction

Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Carlo Colella sent the following email to faculty and staff on Tuesday afternoon: As Purple Line construction has continued on campus this year, the university has worked with the state of Maryland to accelerate the project in order to reduce the impact on our community. Major construction in the campus core is now scheduled to be completed by fall 2024, almost a year ahead of the previous plan. The Purple Line is slated to be operational in December 2027.

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The Senior Year They Never Had

From Prom to Grad Bash to Classic ‘M’ Photo, Class of ’24 Finally Gets to Celebrate in Style

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Alum Astronaut Reports From Space Station: ‘I’m Still in Awe’

In UMD Interview, Jeanette Epps Describes Surprises and Role as ‘Hands and Eyes’ of Earthbound Scientists

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