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A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

Project to Bring Wi-Fi to a Park Near You

New Technology Allows Bandwidth Sharing to Bridge Digital Divide

$5M NSF Grant to Fund Research on Quantum Internet Foundations

UMD Team Works to Develop Prototype Quantum Routers, Modems

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A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

Research

Project to Bring Wi-Fi to a Park Near You

New Technology Allows Bandwidth Sharing to Bridge Digital Divide

Research

$5M NSF Grant to Fund Research on Quantum Internet Foundations

UMD Team Works to Develop Prototype Quantum Routers, Modems

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Faculty and Staff Accolades

A Roundup of Recent Awards and Accomplishments

People

A ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Student Support

Inaugural Dean of Students Outlines Her Plan to Help Terps Navigating Challenges

Terps Urged to Support Inclusive Campus, Fight Racism

Stop the Hate Workshops Announced; Other Resources Available for Those Affected by Hate, Bias

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Terps work together 4 Maryland to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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The Democracy Constitution: An Audacious Idea Whose Time Has Come

Join us as the League of Women Voters of Maryland, Carey Law, MLAW Programs and the Department of Government and Politics present a panel presentation and discussion.

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EXPERTS in the News

The ability to teach through a site like Kippax is mesmerizing.

Donald Linebaugh

Professor of historic preservation, on the unveiling of a Virginia state historic marker at the Kippax Plantation, where he leads archeological studies

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In Brief

‘Terps in Service’ Initiative Encourages Employee Volunteerism

University President Darryll J. Pines senf the following message to faculty and staff today: The University of Maryland has a long history of service to our surrounding communities. From our annual Good Neighbor Day events to the numerous partnerships between campus groups and community organizations, Terps make a genuine difference in the lives of our neighbors.

Musicology Professor Tapped to Lead Arts for All Initiative

Musicology Professor Patrick Warfield has been appointed associate dean for arts and programming in the College of Arts and Humanities, where he will direct the campuswide Arts For All initiative and support the college’s programming, Dean Bonnie Thornton Dill announced.

Researchers Uncover Barriers to Green Infrastructure in Chesapeake Bay Watersheds

A University of Maryland study that examined barriers to deploying “green infrastructure” (GI) to manage storm water and mitigate the effects of climate change revealed a need for both increased transparency and communication from government and greater resident participation and buy-in on the concept.

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Features

A Campus Legacy, by Design

Architect Alums Shaped 25+ UMD Buildings—and Counting

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‘Inclusion Matters’

New Program Enrolls UMD Students With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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