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UMD-Post Poll: Moore Holds Commanding Lead in Governor’s Race

Democratic Candidate Has 32-point Advantage Over Republican Dan Cox, Interviews Reveal

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An Intervention That Needs an Intervention

Study Shows How Pandemic Hindered Hospitals’ Gun Violence-Reduction Programs

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Op/ed: UMD Poll Shows Republicans Support Declaring the U.S. a Christian Nation

Most GOP Voters Say Such a Move Would Be Unconstitutional, But Still Endorse It

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Research Shows the Power of Peers in Recovery

$2.6M NIH Grant Follows Successful Pilot Study on Opioid Use Disorder

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How to Make Friends as an Adult—and Keep Them

In New Book, Psychologist Debunks Myths, Offers Tips

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Fall 2022’s New Terps on the Mall

Meet 10 Standout First-Year Students as They Join UMD

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UMD Researchers Find Need for Broader Fentanyl Testing

Amid Overdose Epidemic, Only 5% of Patients Screened for Drug

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UMD Study: High-risk Communities Would Benefit From Firearm Safety Training

Researchers Recommend Gun Safety, Storage Instruction to Reduce Shootings

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UMD Among Tops in Nation for Black Alums Earning Doctorates

New NSF Data Places UMD Ahead of All Non-HBCUs

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Brain Study Ventures Into Fear of the Unknown

UMD-Led Team Awarded $3.9M to Understand How Risk and Ambiguity Influence Anxiety

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UMD Co-leads $750K NSF, Amazon Project to Tackle AI Bias in Mapping

System Could Enable Fairer, Safer Decisions on Resource Distribution

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Listening to ‘Animal Orchestras’ May Help Save the Amazon

UMD Researchers Use Soundscapes to Monitor Biodiversity in the World’s Largest Rainforest and What May Be Putting It at Risk

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