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Congrats! You’ve Been Elected. Now What?

UMD Center, Members of Gov. Moore’s Transition Team Debut Toolkit to Prepare for First Day in Office

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Making “Progress” on Gun Violence

New Initiative Will Offer Research, Actionable Solutions to National Crisis

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Trampoline Gymnast Jumps to the Top

Undergrad Heads to World Championships with Olympic Berth on the Line

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UMD Criminologist to Receive World’s Top Prize in Criminology

Gary LaFree Becomes Third UMD Researcher to Win Stockholm Prize Since 2011

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A Partisan Divide Remains on Israel/Palestine Despite War

UMD Critical Issues Poll Reveals American Attitudes on U.S. Role, Biden’s Stance

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Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program Honors Top Students and Their Mentors

Program Provides $1,500 UMD Scholarships in K-12 Teachers’ Names

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UMD Sociologist Receives $1M Berggruen Philosophy Prize

Patricia Hill Collins Honored for Research on Intersections of Gender, Race, Class

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UMD-Led Research Powers Montgomery County’s New Prosecution Data Dashboard

Online Tool, First in the State, Aims for Transparency in Racial Disparities

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Egg-citing Finding on Future Food Prices

Geographers Propose Way for Governments to Help Keep Consumers’ Costs Down

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No End in Sight for House Speaker Vacancy, UMD Congressional Expert Says

Professor, Author: Republican Infighting Exposes Party Divisions, Snarls Effort to Resume Governing

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Amid 40% Surge in Violent Crime, D.C. Faces Unique Challenges, UMD Gun Violence Expert Tells Congress

Researcher Calls for New Laws, $6B Anti-Violence Investment

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UMD Tech Tool Aims to Make Workplaces More Inclusive for Autistic People

Video Platform Designed by Neurodiverse Team Could Improve Communications for All

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