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UMD Study Finds Affordable Care Act Has Reduced Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has significantly improved insurance coverage and use of health care for African Americans and Latinos.

UMD Researchers Conclude that Paris Pledges Could Effectively Reduce Global Warming

More than 190 countries are currently meeting in Paris to create a durable framework for addressing climate change.

Paris Climate Conference has strong UMD connections

UMD Public Policy Dean, Dr. Robert Orr, plays major organizing role; ESSIC Director, Prof. Antonio Busalacchi, helps lead World Climate Research Programme.

UMD Center For Advanced Study Of Language Designs Cybertraining Test

Cybersecurity is a growing field in the United States.

UMD Maryland Social Entrepreneur Corps Forum: Powerful Students Come Together to Talk About Social Change

The Maryland Social Entrepreneur Corps (MSEC) hosted a forum to showcase personal and professional transformations.

US students to Get Free Birthright Trips To Ireland, Says Diaspora Minister

Irish Diaspora Minister Jimmy Deenihan will announce a pilot scheme that will allow Irish American students aged to spend time in Ireland at no cost.

UMD Students Studying In France are Safe After Paris Attacks

No University of Maryland students studying abroad were harmed in Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

UMD Research on Indian Employment Act Could Impact Global Poverty Policies

The report assesses the Mahatama Ghandi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), which passed in India in 2005.

International Enrollments Increase

Annual Open Doors report finds 10 percent increase in international students in the U.S. and 5 percent increase in the number of Americans studying abroad.

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