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These Researchers Want to Read Your Mind

New UMD Study Seeks to Decipher ‘Imagined Speech’ in the Brain

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57 Faculty, Staff Named Inaugural Do Good Innovators

Awards Honor Efforts Across Campus to Make Social Impact

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Public Health Researcher Joins New Push for Abortion Study Retractions

International Group Cites Flawed Findings in Journal Articles Used as Evidence to Overturn Roe, Ban Abortion Drugs

Campus & Community

57 Faculty, Staff Named Inaugural Do Good Innovators

Awards Honor Efforts Across Campus to Make Social Impact

Research

Public Health Researcher Joins New Push for Abortion Study Retractions

International Group Cites Flawed Findings in Journal Articles Used as Evidence to Overturn Roe, Ban Abortion Drugs

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Leap Year Terps Tell All

Terps Born on Feb. 29 Face Odd Questions, Enjoy Unique Experiences

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Return of the Queen

Drag Trivia Host Alum Heads Back to ‘Jeopardy!’ for Tournament of Champions

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Pocket-Sized Support for New Parents

New Chatbot Puts Trusted Health Intel at New Mothers’ Fingertips

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The UMD Powwow is a Native gathering, where those from various tribal backgrounds can celebrate their culture, life and each other’s company.

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Forbes Lists UMD Among Nation’s Top Large Employers

The University of Maryland is one of America’s best large employers in the United States, according to 2024 rankings from Forbes magazine. The list, released Feb. 22, places UMD at No. 54 overall, as well as No. 1 in the state, and No. 5 among all universities.

Study Links Family Rejection, Mental Health Distress Among LBTBQ Asian Americans

Family rejection can lead to a cascade of other internal struggles that damage the mental well-being of LGBTQ+ Asian Americans, according to a new study by recent graduates of the University of Maryland’s Department of Psychology.

General Mills, Unilever Gifts to Support UMD Research on Sustainable and Regenerative Agriculture

Two consumer goods giants, General Mills and Unilever, recently made significant investments in a University of Maryland-led initiative to evaluate the adoption and efficacy of climate-smart farming practices.

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Tribal Loyalties

Alum Designs Homes, Schools, Health Care Centers for Native Communities

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Pocket-Sized Support for New Parents

New Chatbot Puts Trusted Health Intel at New Mothers’ Fingertips

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