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School of Public Policy

Student onstage at Pitch Dingman Competition

UMD Climbs in Annual Rankings of Top Schools for Entrepreneurship

Maryland Earns Top 10 Nod From The Princeton Review, Entrepreneur Magazine for Eighth Straight Year

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Wes Moore speaks at podium on campus

Moore Pledges a ‘Fearless’ Administration

Governor-elect Unveils Transition Team at Campus Event

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windmills

UMD-led Climate Report Details Steps to Halving U.S. Emissions by 2030

Analysis Unveiled at COP27 Calls for More Zero-emissions Vehicles, Closing Coal Power Plants, Mandating Clean Energy Use

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Cannabis

UMD Expert: State Cannabis Referendum Weighs Criminal Justice, Public Health Priorities

Maryland Poised to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use in Ballot Referendum

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ribbon-cutting at School of Public Policy building

‘A Link to the Past and a Window to the Future’

UMD Dedicates School of Public Policy Building That Invites Problem-Solving Discourse

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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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illustration of trees both above and below the ground

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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Terp volunteers clear debris

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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Collage of 10 Do Good Challenges participants

A Decade of Do Good Times

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

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