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Climate Change In Our Backyard: Warming Of Indian Ocean Threatens Fish Catch

University of Maryland researchers participated in the study.

UMD-led Survey Reveals Religious Tolerance and Declining Extremism in Tunisia

The survey, conducted during the spring and summer of 2015, shows an increase in support for social individualism.

Ketelhut’s Application-Based Game Wins at International Conference

UMD's Dr. Diane Jass Ketelhut's app-based game placed second at the ninth European Conference on Games Based Learning.

University of Maryland & Maryland Humanities Council Awarded Grant to Advance Discourse on Race

Baltimore Stories: Narratives and the Life of an American City seeks to establish a model that utilizes humanities scholarship.

Society's Level of Mobility Influences How Members Treat Outsiders

One can’t help but notice that migration is increasing.

UMD Offers Opportunities For International LGBTQ Students

Growing up in India, Chandrasekaran said he had difficulty coming to terms with his sexuality.

TERP Climate Hosts Panel On Multidisciplinary Approaches To Climate Change

TERP Climate, a campus organization that fosters discussion on climate change, hosted a student-led forum Thursday night.

Student Panel Discusses Cultural Challenges Of Studying Abroad

The department is working to offer more support to students from underrepresented backgrounds.

UMD "Thinkathon" Discusses Ongoing Refugee Crisis, Possible Solutions

About 15 students gathered for the workshop Friday morning in Stamp Student Union.

UMD's National Center for Smart Growth Joins Global Development Firm for Worldwide Infrastructure Initiative

The University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) has joined global infrastructure service authority Louis Berger.

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