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Transform the Student Experience

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Pines to Teach ‘Grand Challenges’ Course

Freshmen Invited to Connect as They Tackle Tough Issues of Our Time

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New Major Immerses Students in Coding and Creativity

First Introductory Course Offered This Fall, Two More Expected Next Spring

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The Sound of a Successful Academic Year

School of Music Majors Receive Professional Recording Equipment Through Teaching Innovation Grant

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Summer Gains

In Wake of Canceled Internships Elsewhere, UMD Employees Create New Program for Students to Earn Professional Experience

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A Big Tent Big Ten

Students Can Now Take an Online Course From Any of Seven Universities, With Fees Waived

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UMD Launches Biocomputational Engineering Degree

New Program at Shady Grove to Meet Region’s Growing Biotech Demand

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A Boost for Innovation

New Funding, Initiatives to Reimagine and Reshape the Future of Teaching and Learning

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Alums’ $4M Gift Opens Doors to New BSOS Career Center

Renovation, Expansion Will Integrate Career Services, Academics and Advising

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Fostering Community

Program Supports Foster Care, Homeless Students

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Albert P. Carey ’74

Passing the Baton

Former Track Scholarship Recipient Supports Students in Need Today

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Inside the Class-Zoom

Faculty Members, Instructors Try New Techniques in Transition to Online Teaching

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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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