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Athletics

15 Terps Say ‘Bonjour’ to Summer Olympics, Paralympics

Meet UMD Athletes, Coaches Representing Their Countries in Paris

Arts & Culture

Art-Science Projects to Explore Quantum Creativity

Newly Funded Artistic Collaborations Seek to Explain Quantum Concepts

Research

A New Use for Shellfish Waste: Extending the Shelf Life of Produce

Engineered Material Also Absorbs Pesticides, Herbicides for Easier Washing

Research

Op/ed: To Find a VP, Harris Should Look to Swing States

Public Policy Researcher Weighs Credentials of 5 Talked-About Options

Campus & Community

UMD Awarded $1.1M Grant to Support Future Math and Science Teachers

Terrapin Teachers to Provide Financial Boost, Training to Address Shortages in STEM

Arts & Culture

Art-Science Projects to Explore Quantum Creativity

Newly Funded Artistic Collaborations Seek to Explain Quantum Concepts

Research

A New Use for Shellfish Waste: Extending the Shelf Life of Produce

Engineered Material Also Absorbs Pesticides, Herbicides for Easier Washing

Research

Op/ed: To Find a VP, Harris Should Look to Swing States

Public Policy Researcher Weighs Credentials of 5 Talked-About Options

Campus & Community

UMD Awarded $1.1M Grant to Support Future Math and Science Teachers

Terrapin Teachers to Provide Financial Boost, Training to Address Shortages in STEM

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People

University Communications Veteran Named Vice President for Marketing and Communications

Anne Buckley, Now at UC San Diego, to Lead 50-Person Unit Focused on Reputation, Brand

Research

UMD Tech Predicts Ship-Sinking Rogue Waves

Researchers Base Artificial Intelligence System on Measurements of Billions of Ocean Waves

Research

Op/ed: A Blueprint for Solving the Homeowners Insurance Crisis

Rise of Extreme Weather Events—and Claims—Demands Private-Public Solution, Risk Expert Says

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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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EXPERTS in the News

There hasn’t been a president who clearly wanted to be renominated and who was rebuffed by his party since Woodrow Wilson in 1920, and he was a stroke victim who had been bedridden for months. Whatever people say about Biden, he is not in that condition.

David Karol

Associate professor of government and politics, on the unprecedented nature of President Joe Biden withdrawing this late in the race

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In Brief

$400K State Grant Funds Study of Jail Diversion Programs

The state has awarded two University of Maryland centers $400,000 to analyze the effectiveness of six counties’ programs that help low-level offenders struggling with substance use or mental health disorders get care, not incarceration.

Rural Student Recruitment Initiative Expands With New Funding

A nationwide initiative to recruit students from rural and small-town America to top colleges including the University of Maryland is doubling its membership after just one year.

$360K Grant Aims to Advance Long-Range Imaging With Machine Learning

Aside from causing bumpy air travel, atmospheric turbulence can also affect aerial imaging systems used for surveillance, astronomy and more. Long-range imaging can be especially difficult, with pictures often ending up distorted and of little use because of the chaotic flow of air between the camera and object being photographed.

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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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