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‘The Very Best of What It Means to Be a Terp’

5 Graduating Seniors Honored as Medalist, Finalists Recognized for Stellar Academics, Service, Character

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Mariama Cham ’24, Yacine Bai ’19 and Julie Choi ’18

Student, Recent Alums Awarded Foreign Service Fellowships

Rangel, Payne Graduate Fellowships Fund Master’s Study, Lead to Overseas Appointments

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Progress on a ‘Human-Driven Problem’

UMD, White House Representative Address Gun Violence Reduction Efforts

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Student Works Awarded in Expanded Sadat Arts for Justice and Peace Program

Music, Poetry Added to Competition; Entries Centered on Freedom of Speech

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Can Heart Rhythms Signal Anxiety in Autistic Youths?

Psychology Researcher’s Study Seeks to Aid Adolescents With Communication Barriers, Welcome Black Participants

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Growing Resilience From the Ground, Up

Ugandan-born Geographer Catherine Nakalembe Links Satellites and On-the-Ground Monitoring to Help African Farmers Weather Extreme Events

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Better Mental Health for Black Youths, Via Mobile App

UMD Psychologist to Lead $250K Effort to Help Black Teens Cope With Racism, Common Mental Health Problems

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Op/ed: Anti-Crime Initiative Saves Lives With Proven Tactics

UMD Researcher, St. Louis Pastor Tout Broad Partnerships to Head Off Gun Violence

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These Vending Machines Dispense a Different Kind of ‘Life Savers’

UMD Researchers, Nonprofit to Study Perceptions, Impact of Effort to Address D.C.’s Overdose Crisis

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UMD Graduate Programs Earn High Marks in Latest U.S. News Rankings

Many Specialties Place in Top 25 Nationwide

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Groundbreaking Survey Sheds New Light on Trans Life in Maryland

Respondents Have Struggled With Health Care Access, Violence, Discrimination

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Can Conversations Improve Police-Community Relations?

A New Course From Sociology, UMPD Investigates

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