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Conservation Targeting Tigers Pushes Leopards to Change

The study is the first of its kind to look at how leopards respond to the presence of both tigers and humans simultaneously.

UMD Program Shares National Award for Work in Afghanistan

UMD faculty members were part of a team honored with a prestigious award from the USDA.

UMD Senior Receives Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

UMD senior Fang Cao has been named a Rhodes Scholar, winning the world’s oldest and most prestigious award for international study.

10 UMD Students Receive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Congratulations to the following 10 UMD students who were awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for spring 2015!

Nathaniel Ahrens: A Long Resume and Early Ties with China

Nathaniel Ahrens has a long resume for a 40-year-old, covering more than a dozen companies and institutions in the business and academic world, all related to China.

University of Maryland Students Win Gold in International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition

UMD earned a gold medal in the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition held in Boston from Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, 2014.

UMD Researchers Receive $2.5m Grant to Study Link Between Aid and Conflict

New research at the University of Maryland seeks to better understand the relationship between aid and conflict.  

UMD National Center for Smart Growth Hosts Paris Urban Planners for Bi-National Symposium

UMD’s National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) hosted a symposium titled the Transit, Development, and Urban Form. 

University of Maryland partnering with Taiwan

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, in partnership with National Taiwan University, runs a course over two months for students.

Assessing Iranian Nuclear Negotiations: SPP Research Explores Possible Outcomes as Deadline Looms

The approaching deadline for international negotiations between Iran and the so-called P5+1 has spurred public discussion.

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