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David C. Driskell

Crowdsourcing Project Aims to Preserve Work of African American Art Pioneer

Correspondence, Other Documents of Groundbreaking Artist, Scholar and Curator David C. Driskell to Be Widely Available Online

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Don’t Take the (Click)bait

Researcher Enhances Tool to Help Users Detect Misleading Headlines, Videos

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Rethinking ‘Hey, Google’ for Seniors

Researcher Partners With Older Adults on Tech Solutions to Retain Independence

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Double Duty

Architecture School’s 3 New Dual Degrees to Prepare Students for a Changing, Challenging World

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Project Fearless Season 1, by Berkeley Poulsen: Drawings of characters representing UMD majors

Major Characters

Student Digitally Paints Engineering, History, Psychology and More Into Fantastical Figures

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Op/ed: Breaking the (Benford’s) Law?

Suddenly-Cited Statistical Pattern Does Not Prove Fraud in 2020 Election, Researcher Explains

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Fitness Trackers for All

Supported by $1.2M NSF Grant, Researchers Developing Tech That Works Better for Older Adults

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Making Public Transit Work for All

$2.35M NSF Grant Aims to Ease Transportation for Low-income Baltimore Neighborhoods

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Social Data Science Center Launches With Support From Facebook

Initial Projects Include Survey Tools to Track, Predict COVID-19 Hot Spots

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Visualizing Vehicle Safety

Student Project Helps Prince George’s County Map Out Traffic, Pedestrian Trouble Spots

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Clock’s Ticking Until TikTok Ban, But Does It Make Sense?

Social Media Researcher Says Security Issues Broader Than 2 Apps

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Pushing for Access

At 30, the Americans With Disabilities Act Has Opened Doors, But Still Meets Resistance, Professor Says

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