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Op/ed: Five Ways COVID Impacted U.S. Birth Rates—and What Comes Next

UMD Economist, Colleague Find Roller Coaster-like Pattern

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Game Management

Alum Shepherds World Cup Experience for U.S. Team’s Family and Friends

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New Center Takes Aim at Rising Community Violence

Center for the Study and Practice of Violence Reduction Focuses on Actionable Solutions Rooted in Research

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Coal Veins

A UMD Anthropologist Is Digging Into Commonalities Between Coal Country Immigrants Past and Present

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A Peek Inside ... Speech-Language Pathologist Eliza Thompson’s Office

Assistant Clinical Professor Honors Ghanaian Heritage With Art and Action

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UMD to Lead Effort to Bolster U.S. Agriculture With Satellite Data

$15M NASA Partnership Establishes Consortium to Improve Food Security, Diversity in Earth Observation Industry

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Takeaways From a Night of Firsts and Defied Expectations

UMD Expert Explains What Midterms Mean for Biden, How Democrats Did Well and the Historic Slate of Maryland Winners

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Op/ed: Yes, It’s the Economy—and So Much More

In 2022 Midterms, Democracy, Abortion, Ukraine Also Loom Large, UMD Poll Finds

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Following Fast Talkers, Navigating Noisy Rooms

Study Finds Benefits of Auditory Training for People With Normal or Impaired Hearing

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Cannabis

UMD Expert: State Cannabis Referendum Weighs Criminal Justice, Public Health Priorities

Maryland Poised to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use in Ballot Referendum

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Accepting the Political Torch

Millennials Prefer Protests to Voting, Engage More in Local Politics, UMD Researchers’ Book Reveals

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A New Nap-time Theory

Research Suggests Children’s Need for Daytime Sleep Depends on Brain’s Ability to File Away Memories, Learning

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