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A Blossoming Business

Inspired by Late Grandmother, Alumna Flourishes in Founding Cut-Flower Farm

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Economist: EVs Can Help Drive U.S. to Carbon-Neutral Power Grid

Increased Affordability, Expansion in Renewable Energy Make Electric Cars Good Climate Change Fighters

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Colin Vale in a mask and goggles carving a woodpecker with a chainsaw

Carving New Life Into Dead Wood

Alum’s Chainsaw Sculptures Celebrate Nature Throughout D.C. Area

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Sustainability Fund Awards Record $600K to Green Initiatives

Projects Combine Solar Power and Agriculture, Mitigate Methane Production, Reduce Stormwater Pollution

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Good for the Soul (and the Funk)

Terps Turn Out for Smino at Art Attack XL

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Finding the Humanity in AI

Feminist Scholar Envisions Tech’s Use to Shape a ‘Different Kind of Future’

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Spring Into High Gear

Terps Sprinting to Semester’s End Still Stop to Celebrate the Season

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'Redefine What It Means to Be a Family'

Professor and Alum Wife Honored as D.C.’s Foster Parent of the Year

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Op/ed: AI Is Moving Fast; AI Regulation Needs to Catch Up

Tech Policy Expert Finds Business Leaders Support Action to Avoid Misuse

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Whatever Happened to … the Maryland Medieval Mercenary Militia?

The Tale of a Student Group of Warlords, Wenches and Serfs

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Hal Daumé presents at AIM launch event

At New AI Institute’s Celebration, a Question of ‘Who’s at the Table’

Revolutionary Technology Must Embrace Values and Variety of Perspectives, Speakers Say

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Dawn Collins presents at Do Good Challenge

Software-Developing Club, Foundation Combating Hate Violence Take Top Prizes at Do Good Challenge

$20K Competition Celebrates Student Solutions to Societal Issues

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