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Summit Launches Student Competition to Earn Up to $2M in Venture Funding

Annual Cohorts to Seek Solutions to Gun Violence, Then Mental Health Challenges

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An ‘Amazing’ All Niter

Reality TV-Themed Open House at the Stamp Draws 1,000—and 2 ‘Big Brother’ Contestants

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Putting to Bed Questions About Preschoolers’ Need to Nap

UMD Researchers Co-Lead $6M Study on Brain Development During Nap Transitions

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The Science of Perseverance

UMD Female Scientists Reflect on Overcoming Moments of Doubt

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A ‘Super’ Conversion

New Grad Interns for Chiefs, Then 49ers This Season

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Mythical Beasts and Lucky Dishes: Lunar New Year Traditions, Explained

UMD Expert on D.C.-area Celebrations Breaks Down Chinese Customs

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UMD Names First Associate Provost for Community Engagement

Minnesota Scholar to Lead New Center, Support Research, Teaching, Learning and Service

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Op/ed: Super Bowl Party or Political Party?

How Foods for the Big Game Can Deliver a Partisan Bite

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A Spoilage-Sniffing Sensor and Food Distribution App to Fight Hunger

UMD Team Receives $5M Grant for Tech Solutions to Reduce Food Insecurity and Waste

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At UMD’s Aquaponics Lab, the Farmers Have Fins

New Greenhouse Will Triple Research, Education of Sustainable Farming Method

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UMD’s Online Graduate Programs Jump in U.S. News Rankings

Master’s in Engineering Soars to No. 6; MBA Rises to No. 11

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Povich, Howard Centers Investigate How Parents Weigh Costs, Benefits of Youth Tackle Football

Student Journalists Examine Impacts of ‘Race and Place’ on Decisions

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