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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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Memorial honoring George Floyd

Loh Offers Monday Afternoon Off to Honor Memory of George Floyd

Time to Coincide With Public Memorial Service

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Pines: Stand in Solidarity, Unite Against Injustice

President-designate Calls Acts of Violence Against Black Community Nationwide a ‘Stain’ Against UMD Values

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McKeldin Mall

Loh: Mix of In-Person, Online, Blended Education to Be Offered in Fall

Details Coming in June on Phased-in Reopening, Changes to Reduce Density on Campus

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Loh Announces Roadmap for Gradual Reopening of Campus

UMD to Coordinate With State, USM; May 5 Virtual Town Hall Meeting Scheduled

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UMD Commencement program

UMD to Hold Virtual Commencement May 22, Invite Graduates to Participate in December Ceremony

Plan for Spring Class of 2020 Also Includes Complimentary Tickets to Football Game

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The university community is grieving the death of its first staff member from complications due to COVID-19, UMD President Wallace D. Loh announced yesterday.

University Loses First Staff Member to COVID-19

Longtime Dining Services Manager Died of Complications Related to Virus

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Disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic has driven a number of changes, including a hiring freeze, adjustment of student and employee fees and a plan to reduce and delay spending, said UMD President Wallace D. Loh.

UMD Freezes Hiring, Plans to Reduce, Delay Expenditures

Loh: Financial Impact of Pandemic on UMD Estimated at $87M

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A new federal stimulus package will aid higher education amid the coronavirus pandemic, but will not cover UMD's losses while the campus is physically shut down, university President Wallace D. Loh said.

UMD to Share in $14B in Federal Funds for Higher Ed

Loh: Stimulus Package Will Limit Impact of Pandemic, But Won’t Offset Lost Revenues

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Commencement program with confetti

Loh: UMD Exploring In-person, Virtual Commencement Options

State Legislature Funds New Buildings, Passes Hate-Crime Bill Named for Collins; Federal Assistance Requested

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Main Administration Building with Maryland flag

Online Teaching to Extend Through Spring Semester; Residence Halls to Close April 5

In-person Commencement Canceled; Alternative Celebration Ideas Sought

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