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Can’t Stand Gossip? Let’s Talk, New Research Suggests

Gabbing About Others Offers Unexpected Benefits in Social Groups, UMD and Stanford Researchers Find

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Stories of Resilience in the Face of Segregation

New UMD Video Series Documents African American Life During Jim Crow

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Can’t Stand Gossip? Let’s Talk, New Research Suggests

Gabbing About Others Offers Unexpected Benefits in Social Groups, UMD and Stanford Researchers Find

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Astrophysicist Awarded 2024 Sloan Research Fellowship

Early Career Award Will Help Enable Study of Black Holes, Neutron Stars

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2024 Spring Career & Internship Fair (STEM Focus)

All UMD students are welcome to attend the 2024 Spring Career & Internship Fair, an annual event showcasing local, regional and national employers all seeking to hire Terps. This is our largest recruiting event of the semester.

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The framers put this guardrail in place to prevent a scenario like Trump was threatening in the days after January 6—that is, pardoning people who tried to keep him in power illegally.

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Burke Chair of American Cultural and Intellectual History and associate professor of history, on the Constitution’s limits on the use of pardon power “in Cases of Impeachment”

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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.

Survey to Ask Students About Sexual Assault

​​A biennial campuswide climate survey sponsored by the Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct and the School of Public Health (SPH) aims to assess the scope and nature of sexual assault at UMD and to identify effective means of intervention and prevention.

During Love Data Week, UMD to Show D’adoration

Hosted annually since 2016 during the week of Valentine’s Day, International Love Data Week celebrates all things data.

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Information Warfare’s Secret Weapon: Kittens

Research on Social Media Sharing Reveals the Potential Dangers of Cuteness

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