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School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Students dig under tent

Uncovering a Pioneering Town’s Hidden History

Student Excavation Project Offers Clues to Daily Life in County’s Oldest Black Community

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The Realm living/learning community at nearby College Park airport, with glasses displaying a number of features of the site, including the number of drones.

Blue-Sky Thinking for College Park

Architecture Student Designs Imagine an Autonomous Aerial Future

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Sketch of a dog park

A New Spot for Spot

Student Dog Park Analysis Aims to Get Tails Wagging in Prince George’s County

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and Bonnie Thornton Dill on stage

Looking Back to ‘1619’

Author of Pulitzer-Winning Commentary on Slavery Says America Not Defined by a Single Story

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Collage of Fawn Grove tomatoes can label and archival photos of canning

Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

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City rendering

Student Team Takes First Place in Affordable Housing Design Competition

Design for Vibrant Residential, Cultural District Earns Jury Accolades

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Three students work at the PlaceHack hackathon in the Great Hall of the MAPP building

In 24 Hours, Six Campus Sites Reimagined

Students Converge at UMD’s First Placemaking Hackathon to Brainstorm New Function, Beauty for Familiar Spaces

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Kharkiv’s Freedom Square, damaged after bombing

An Assault on Architecture to Target a People

Embattled Regions Like Ukraine Must Also Grapple with Loss of Heritage, Say UMD Experts

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Larysa Kurylas ’80 talks in front of Holodomor memorial

A Tumultuous History, Cast in Stone and Bronze

Alum’s Study of Ukraine’s Memorials Traces Quest for Democracy Under Soviet Shadow

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Horace Furness High School exterior

A Lesson Plan to Fix Aging K-12 Schools

Graduate Course Finds Hidden Infrastructure Crisis Hits Hardest in Low-income Communities of Color

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Brittney Drakeford portrait

A Rooted Return

Generations After Her Ancestor Was Enslaved in Prince George’s, Grad Student Reinvigorates Area’s Agricultural and Communal Ties

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Model building fronts

Model Students

Cardboard, Glue and a Steady Hand Bring Architecture Design Concepts to Life in Miniature

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