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Three Faculty Members Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Innovators in New Materials, Rotorcraft Design, AI Honored; Former Vice President for Research Also Recognized

Arts & Culture

How a UMD Researcher Helped an Oscar Nominee Take Flight

Documentary on Bird-Rescuing Brothers Has Already Won at Sundance, Cannes

Research

Mid-Atlantic Climate Action Hub Launches With $2.2M Grant From Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

New Initiative to Link Environmental Justice Efforts Across Five States and D.C.

Arts & Culture

How a UMD Researcher Helped an Oscar Nominee Take Flight

Documentary on Bird-Rescuing Brothers Has Already Won at Sundance, Cannes

Research

Mid-Atlantic Climate Action Hub Launches With $2.2M Grant From Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

New Initiative to Link Environmental Justice Efforts Across Five States and D.C.

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Are You an A+ on an E-scooter?

Take Our Quiz on ‘Micromobility’ Options for a Safe Trip Across Campus

Research

Planning Tool Prepares Kidney Patients for the Next Disaster

More Intense Floods, Fires and Hurricanes Driven by Climate Change Threaten Access to Dialysis

Research

UMD Study: Retailers Can Gain From Reducing Food Waste

Marketing Experts Name 5 Ways Grocery Sellers Can Improve the Supply Chain

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New Colors for the Canon, A Celebration of African American and Hispanic Song Composers

Join us for this song festival that seeks to amplify the voices of BIPOC singers and composers. Throughout history, the music of people of color has been co-opted, appropriated or ignored. Through three performances, the Voice-Opera Division aims to increase the repertoire commonly used to include more compositions by composers of color while honoring their songs and the stories they tell.

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Florida does such a massive disservice because it has such a large Latinx and Black community there. This idea that their history is not important is a slap in the face to its early migrants.

Nancy Raquel Mirabal

Associate professor of American studies, on Gov. Ron DeSantis' efforts to ban an Advanced Placement African American studies course.

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In Brief

New Initiatives to Support Staff Work Life Experience Announced

Senior Vice President and Provost Jennifer King Rice, Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Carlo Colella, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Georgina Dodge and Vice President for Student Affairs Patty Perillo sent the following email to University of Maryland faculty and staff today: The University of Maryland's strategic plan, Fearlessly Forward, boldly commits to making new and sustained investments in our people and communities.

SEE to Host Atsuko Okatsuka for All Niter Comedy Show

Student Entertainment Events (SEE) will welcome stand-up comedian, actor and writer Atsuko Okatsuka for its Spring Comedy Show, to be held as part of the Stamp’s annual All Niter event.

Pitch Dingman Competition 2023 Expands to USM Schools

After hosting nearly a decade of “Shark Tank”-style student pitch competitions, the University of Maryland’s Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship is expanding its annual Pitch Dingman Competition to include other University System of Maryland entrepreneurs.

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Features

Uncovering Connections Between Built Environment and Health

Researchers Use Google Street View, Patient Records to Create Database

Video

A Calmer Take on ‘Hyperspace’

New Episode of ‘Ask an Engineer’ Video Series Separates Space Travel Fact From Fiction

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