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The Significance of ‘The Most Insignificant Office’

With Biden’s Pick of Harris, UMD Expert Traces the Growing Role and Influence of Vice Presidents

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U.S. Charitable Behaviors Seesaw in Face of Crises, New Research Finds

Do Good Institute Surveys Effects of Previous Emergencies as COVID-19 Impact Remains Uncertain

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Research: Support for Permanent Paid Medical and Family Leave Is Strong, Rising

Shift in Republicans’ Views Shows How COVID-19 Is Changing Politics, Survey Finds

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New Medicine to Prevent Cyberattacks During Pandemic

UMD Expert Helping Hospitals, Health Care Organizations Ward Off Other Kinds of Viruses—the Digital Kind

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Mr. Luedtke Goes to College Park

House of Delegates Majority Leader Teaches Public Policy Principles to UMD Students

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Do Border Restrictions During Epidemics Work?

Grant to Support Research on Why Countries Ignore or Follow World Health Organization Guidance During Major Outbreaks

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What’s Behind Coronavirus Cruise Ship Chaos?

Public Policy Researcher Says Global Health Regulations Need Another Look, and Countries Need to Better Adhere to Them

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Growing Beyond Meat

A Terp Started the Country’s Leading Plant-based Meat Company to Upend How We Eat

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A roof garden on top of the Physical Sciences Complex and solar panels atop of Regent's Drive Garage both play a part in the University's drive to reduce greenhouse emissions.

Report: U.S. Climate Action Effective Even Without Federal Government Onboard

Maryland Researchers Lead Study of How State, Local and Business Entities Are Combining to Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

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Ground Broken on School of Public Policy Building

New Campus Home to Enhance ‘Do Good’ Efforts

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UMD students, faculty and staff volunteer at Good Neighbor Day 2019, removing invasive plant species near Lake Artemesia.

Do Good Institute Report: Philanthropy in U.S. May Face Harder Times

Young Adults Reach Milestones Later, Give and Volunteer Less

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Men (Not) at Work

Research Suggests Rising Despair, Job Market Changes, Drugs Drive Labor Dropouts

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