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College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

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Study Finds Money Rules in Household Energy Efficiency Gains

Geographical Sciences Research Shows Cutting Residential Building Carbon Emissions Can Help Fight Climate Change

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UMD to Lead Network Analyzing Lowering Voting Age to 16

Nationwide Coalition to Bring Together Researchers, Communities, Young Voters, Advocacy Groups

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UMD-led Analysis: Racial Disparities in Maternal Deaths Larger Than Thought

Unequal Death Toll Between Black and White New Mothers Concentrated Among a Few Causes of Death

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UMD Critical Issues Poll: Biden Lost Party Support During Gaza Crisis

Young Democrats Drive Disapproval of Administration’s Pro-Israel Stance, National Survey Finds

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Five Terps Awarded 2021 NOAA Hollings Scholarships

Prestigious Award Funds Students’ Explorations in Oceanic and Atmospheric Science

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Child Care Issues Not to Blame for Sluggish Job Recovery, UMD Research Shows

Parents of Young Children Overall Faced Lower Employment Loss in Early 2021 Than Population at Large

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UMD Invests Over $10M in Research Equipment to Drive Discovery, Innovation

Labs Focused on Quantum Technology, Energy Storage, Neuroscience and More Getting Big Upgrades

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A Mom-Motivated Business, From the Caribbean to Maryland

Inspired by Gran, Alum and Her Mother Create Island-Influenced Sauces, Spices and Sweets

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Superman’s New Purpose

Alum’s Movie Imagines Beloved Superheroes Fighting for Racial Justice

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Conservation Criminology for a Troubling Trade

UMD Researcher Examines Traffic in Poached Wild Meat in Urban Africa

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Expert in Evolution of Cultures Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Michele Gelfand Developed Well-known ‘Tightness-Looseness’ Theory

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Social Sciences, Humanities Can Help in Response to Climate Change, Study Finds

UMD Anthropologist, Other Researchers Advocate for Importance of Historical Scholarship Alongside Data

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