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Iranians Strongly Support Rouhani and His Growing International Engagement But Retain a Negative and Wary Stance Toward US

A new University of Maryland survey of the Iranian public finds that that nearly 8 in 10 Iranians say they have a favorable opinion of Rouhani. 

UMD Scientists Turn Leaves into Batteries

One of the lead authors of the paper, Li is a member of the faculty at the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology in Beijing, China.

Are International Students In The Classroom a Win-Win?

Who wins by adding international students to the classroom?

Improving And Expanding A Winery

IPAN is working with International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), Baltimore, MD, to expand the Velika Hoča winery in western Kosovo.

First-Year Student Came To SPP With Deep Interest In International News And Foreign Affairs

Stein was able to explore her fascination with the international world while in college at Florida State University. She traveled to Valencia, Spain.

CASL Research Scientist Travels to Africa to Study Luyia Languages

Dr. Christopher R. Green, associate research scientist at the University of Maryland Center for Advanced Study of Language (CASL), is traveling to Africa.

Study Abroad Alumni Have Better Career Outcomes, Study Finds

A new E.U.-commissioned study examines the region-by-region impact of the Erasmus program.

Maryland Graduate Reflects On Birthright Sderot Visit During Arab-Israeli Conflict

In August 2013, after 19 years of never crossing the Atlantic Ocean, my time had finally come to visit the homeland.

GIIS Establishes Ties With Chinese Universities

The Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies at UMD is poised to pursue collaborations with a variety of Chinese academic institutions.

New Research Investigates Dietary Fungal Toxins and Poor Child Growth

High risk regions exist due to climate, poor storage, and limited nutritional diversity.

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