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School of Public Policy

Minahil Cheema ‘22 receives Do Good award

Virtual Shadowing, Genuine Opportunity for Pre-Health Students

Undergrad’s Free Program Makes 5,000 Connections With Doctors

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UMD Climate Change Policy Study Maps Path to Reach Greenhouse Goals

Researchers Recommend New Policies to Reduce Transportation Emissions by 2030

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Collage of six Do Good Challenge finalist teams

Six Teams to Vie for $20K+ in Prizes in Do Good Challenge

10th Annual Competition Celebrates Students’ Philanthropic Efforts

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Public Policy student Sawa Kamara

Public Policy Undergrad Wins Truman Scholarship

Junior Becomes 10th Terp Honored for Leadership Potential

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Another Kind of Tree ‘Planting’ Puts UMD Team in Hunt for $100M Climate Victory

Deceptively Simple Plan to Seal Away Carbon Could Alter Global Warming’s Trajectory

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Volunteer Time Value Rises to $29.95 Per Hour, Report Finds

Do Good Institute Partners With Nonprofit to Show That Communities Nationwide Benefitted in 2021 From Volunteer Time, Skills and Efforts, Despite Pandemic Challenges

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A Decade of Do Good Times

Student Competition Changed the Lives of Its Veterans—and Transformed Their Ventures

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Ewaoluwa Ogundana M.P.P. ’23 in a #PolicyTerps T-shirt

Public Policy Student’s Blog Post Spurs Maryland Legislative Action

Bills Expanding Opportunities for Undocumented Residents Could Address Staffing Shortages in Hospitals and Schools

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Taking on a Toxic Legacy

UMD Researchers Say EPA Needs New Approach to Regulating Complex Stews of Harmful Chemicals

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Joe Biden speaking at a podium, with other world leaders seated next to him, in front of a blue screen with the words United Nations Climate Change

5 Key Takeaways From COP26

Participating UMD Researchers, Staff Share Hopes, Concerns as UN Climate Conference Wraps Up

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Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on the screens remotely speaks during the General Debate of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly

Only Half of Iranians Expect Restored Nuclear Deal, UMD Survey Finds

Few Want to Withdraw—But Respondents Have Little Confidence in U.S., Biden

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UMD Researchers Find Ripple Effects of Racism in Homeownership

Brookings Study Highlights How Disparities Undercut Opportunities

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