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Frederick Douglass Square at UMD

Pines: ‘We Must All Rise Up’ to Fight Racial Injustice

Campus Resources Available to Take Action, Support Our Community

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Students wearing masks walk on McKeldin Mall, with Testudo statue in the foreground

Pines Stresses Shared Community Responsibility for Semester’s Success

President Says Decisions Put Health, Safety First

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Masked people arrive outside Maryland Stadium for COVID testing

COVID-19 Campus Testing Dashboard Launches

Registration Still Open for Free Testing at UMD

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UMD Unveils New Interim Title IX Policy to Comply With Federal Mandate

Department of Education Required Colleges to Adjust How They Investigate, Adjudicate Sexual Misconduct

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UMD's Main Administration building

Undergraduate In-person Education Delayed Until Sept. 14

Graduate Instruction, Approved Research to Proceed as Planned

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Pines: We’ll Work to Protect International Students

New Federal Policy Restricts Their Access; President Announces Creation of ADA Coordinator Position

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Yesterday afternoon at University House, Darryll J. Pines presides over his first physically distanced President’s Cabinet meeting, and lays out his ambitious agenda to advance the University of Maryland.

First Day, First (and Many) Steps

Pines Begins Presidency Masked, Motivated and on the Move

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Portrait of President Darryll J. Pines

Pop Quiz With the New President

As Pines Begins His New Role, Our Q&A Shows a Leader Who’s Inspirational, Techy—and a Trekker

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President Darryll J. Pines portrait

Pines to Prioritize Excellence, Inclusiveness

New President Outlines Vision for Transformed University

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Mike Miller

Thomas V. ‘Mike’ Miller, Jr. Honored for Decades of Support, Transformation of Campus

Main Administration Building Named for Longtime Maryland Senate Leader

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Frederick Douglass statue

Half-day Administrative Leave Offered to Mark Juneteenth

University System Employees Encouraged to Reflect on African Americans' Emancipation, Celebrate Black History

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Gateway at UMD

Fall Semester to Start Aug. 31 With In-Person, Online, Blended Courses

Safety Protocols Outlined for Learning, Research, Resident Life, Dining

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