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State Approves Funds to UMD for More Faculty, New Facilities, Bonuses

Annual Legislative Session Closes, Holding Higher Education Funding Steady

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Commencement to Be Held In-Person at Maryland Stadium, Streamed Online

Head of Pioneering Quantum Computing Company, UMD-linked IonQ, to Deliver Commencement Address

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Budget Outlook Improves; Hiring Freeze for Critical Hires Lifted

UMD to Receive $58M in Federal Stimulus Funds, With Half for Student Aid

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In-Person, Hybrid Classroom Instruction to Resume

All Maryland Residents Encouraged to Preregister for Vaccines With State

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Juneteenth Declared a Holiday Across USM Institutions

Employees Encouraged to Celebrate, Reflect on End of Slavery

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Family Care Resources Expand for Faculty, Staff and Graduate Assistants

Free Premium Membership to, Options for Subsidized Backup Care Among New Benefits

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Pines: We Must Unite in Solidarity Against Anti-Asian Sentiment

Campus Events to Show Support for Asian, Asian American Community

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Undergraduate Application Total Approaches a Record 50K

Numbers for Fall 2021 Reflect Multipronged Effort to Increase Recruitment, Retention of Diverse Student Body

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Sequester-in-Place Order Lifted; In-Person Instruction to Resume

Campus Sees Drop in COVID Test Positivity Rate; Spring Break to Proceed as Planned

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Building a Pipeline of Minority Leaders

Pines, Evans and Locksley Discuss Importance of Representation in Athletics, Academia

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Week of Online Instruction, Sequestering in Place for Resident Students Announced

Urgent Actions Seek to Mitigate Spread of COVID-19 on Campus

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