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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.
University of Maryland to Jointly Host Climate Action 2016 Summit in May, Will Convene Global Leaders to Shift Conversation from Commitment to Action
The University of Maryland announced a landmark event in the history of climate engagement.
White House Enhances Security of the Visa Waiver Program
The White House announced a plan on Monday to further enhance the security of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
Students Blog at the Climate Change Conference in Paris
Seven students from the University of Maryland are attending the COP21 this month in Paris.
SPP Student Participates at UN Global Network on Monitoring and Evaluation for Disability-inclusive Development
The United Nations hosted its first meeting of the Global Network on Monitoring and Evaluation for Disability-inclusive Development.
UMD Study Finds Affordable Care Act Has Reduced Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has significantly improved insurance coverage and use of health care for African Americans and Latinos.
University of Maryland Ranks 'Top of Class' for Improving Minority Graduation Rates & Closing the Achievement Gap
The University of Maryland has been recognized by the Education Trust.