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COVID vaccinations at hair studio

From a Barber’s Chair, Trimming Vaccine Hesitancy

Public Health Professor’s Expertise Targets Disparities in Health Care

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4 New Resources for UMD’s Working and Studying Parents

Child Care Center, Lactation Rooms, Family Study Space and Restrooms Boost Work-Life Balance

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Karen Shih walks covered in sensors for a study on gait changes in pregnancy

Ready, Set, Walk—or Waddle?

Behind the Scenes of a Kinesiology Study on Gait Changes in Pregnancy

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Bill Seeks to Expand Role of UMD Center in Advancing State’s Health Literacy

Horowitz Center Would Enhance Work With Agencies, Care Providers

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Peace Corps Hopefuls Prepare for the Challenge

New Certificate Program Helps Globally Minded Students Ready Themselves to Serve

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Red and white basketball shoe with "PRAY FOR UKRAINE" written on it in marker

Ukrainian Terps Hope for Peaceful Resolution

Athletes and Academics Alike Watch, Keep in Touch With Loved Ones Amid Unfolding Russian Invasion

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Students tape together homemade air filters at School of Public Health

Can a Little Duct Tape Help Fix the Pandemic?

Homemade Air Filters Are More Effective Than You Might Think, Public Health Scholars Say

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Health Literacy Spans Language Divide

Researchers Help Mobilize Communities to Fight COVID, Other Diseases

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Thu and Quynh Nguyen pose in Quynh's office

A Twin-Twin Situation in Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Working Side by Side at UMD, Quynh and Thu Nguyen Use Big Data, Technology to Study Health Disparities

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Sacoby Wilson works with students conducting local air monitoring

Meta Gifts $1.75 Million to UMD to Boost Environmental Justice and Health Equity

Tech Company’s Support to Enable Internships, Fund Staffing and Grow Yearly Symposium

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Boarded-up rowhouses

UMD Study Shows Lower Life Expectancy in Redlined Neighborhoods

Long-Defunct Housing Discrimination Policies From 1930s Continue to Harm Baltimore Residents

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photo exhibit at School of Public Health

A Photographic ‘Life’s Work’

School of Public Health Hosts Exhibit Showcasing Workers’ Struggles and Triumphs

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