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UMD: A Globally Connected University
US Gov Releases Solutions And Timeline For Key SEVP Bugbears
SEVP confirmed it will release a final guidance document on pathway programmes, conditional admission and English proficiency.
Researcher Measuring Global Snow as Warming Takes Toll
Like many aspects of the natural world these days, snow is threatened.
Earthquake Survivor Tsubasa Endoh Fulfills Pro Dreams A Long Way From Home
Maryland playmaker and Japan native Tsubasa Endoh was selected No. 9 overall by Toronto FC at the 2016 MLS SuperDraft.
UMD Researchers' Drones Home In On Poachers In Africa
At UMD, researchers are using predictive analytics and high-tech drones to stop rhinoceros poachers in their tracks.
Fires Burning in Africa and Asia Cause High Ozone in Tropical Pacific
A new study suggests that future regulations may need to address the burning of forests and vegetation.
Global Medical Brigades Inspire in Central America
UMD's student chapter of the international organization, Global Medical Brigades, has been traveling internationally for years.
AGNR Doubles Down on China 2+2 Programs
AGNR recently announced an expansion of its “2+2” portfolio, involving new partners and topics of study.
Smith Students Spark Entrepreneurship
ChangeTheWorld strives to prepare students to make socially, economically, and environmentally better decisions
Peace Corps Leads to Public Policy for Current SPP Student
“During my Peace Corps service I was working as a health extension officer in a remote village in Tanzania"
UMD Students Travel to Ethiopia to Study Development and the Political Economy of Africa
For the first time, the School of Public Policy took students to Ethiopia for a two-week study abroad course.