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Dr. Borzekowski Documents Children's Perceptions of Tobacco Marketing in China

Professor Dina Borzekowski, along with a production crew, worked with five and six year old children in Shanghai, China in June 2016. 

New Research Analyzes Partnerships Between Authorities and Racial/Ethnic Minority Communities

This report is part of the START project, “Social Identity and Perceptions of Counterterrorism,” led by Dr. Glasford. 

Thousands Sign Petition Calling for Iran to Free Professor

Iranian-Canadian Homa Hoodfar, who has conducted research on Islamic family law and Muslim dress codes, was imprisoned. 

Are Excellence Initiatives Working?

The most recent wave seems to be stimulated by the perception of a competitive disadvantage relative to the stellar performance of foreign universities. 

What Freshmen Will Read

Immigration and racial injustice are topics of choice for common reading choices this year. 

Four Things That Must Happen to Protect Higher Education After Brexit

UCU's Sally Hunt warns that if people from the EU no longer feel welcome in UK universities, it damages the international academic reputation.

UMD Poll Sheds Light on American Attitudes Surrounding Orlando, the Middle East & U.S. Election

Americans hold a more favorable view of Muslims and Islam today than they did eight months ago. 

Is Globalism a Job Killer?

The Brexit also fed a larger debate, playing out in Europe and the United States, about the merits of globalism.  

Fellowship to Study Second-Generation Immigrants

In memory of his son, Li is giving $1.2 million to UMD to create the Calvin J. Li Endowed Fellowship in Asian American Studies.

A Recipe for Engagement

New York University at Shanghai experiments with educational videos to study how it can reach Chinese students online. 

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