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UMD: A Globally Connected University
The Future Of Gobal Education Relies On Better Internet Access
"What really works is giving an opportunity to girls…pushing for every single girl to have access to education."
Doctoral Student Represents UMD in International Three-Minute Thesis Competition
The University held an internal competition this past summer and chose Carly as the winner.
Education Is The Key To All Global Development Goals
UNESCO estimates 124 Million children are currently not in school.
World Teachers' Day: 5 Quick Ways To Help Global Education
Are you up for doing a little something this World Teachers' Day to make a big difference to education around the world?
UMD Climbs World Higher Education Rankings
The University of Maryland climbed world higher education rankings, rising to No. 41.
Diplomacy Expert Delivers Lecture on Middle Eastern Affairs
William Burns looked back on years of fragility and instability of the Middle East and the United States’ relationship during his visit to this university.
2015 ULSTER-UMD: CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The University of Ulster (ULSTER) and the University of Maryland (UMD) announce a new program to support joint research collaboration.
Why a Global Education Doesn’t Have to Mean Going Abroad
Do students need a passport to get a global experience?
Outsourcing Manufacturing To China Results In High CO2 Emissions
It is evident that manufacturing goods in China and shipping them to developed countries has real-world consequences.
What If You Developed a Way to Save Thousands of Lives—and No One Was Interested?
In a small, impoverished village south of the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, a woman was lugging a heavy jug of water home.