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UMD: A Globally Connected University
UMD Dedicates Frederick Douglass Square
Statue designed in Ireland, cast in Wales highlights importance of Douglass' international sojourn
Israeli 'Big Brother' Celebrity VIsits UMD, Discusses Gay Culture In Israel
Azar spoke to about 60 students about his personal stories and the LGBTQ community in Israel.
UMD Students Gear Up To Create United Nations Association Chapter
The student-led group, one of many chapters of the national association, aims to galvanize support for the work the U.N. does.
UMD Graduate Student Wins People's Choice Award at International Thesis Competition
Carly Muletz Wolz, a PhD candidate in biological sciences at the University of Maryland, won the People’s Choice Award.
New Global Health Course in Partnership with Independent University in Bangladesh
The course, Addressing Pressing Global and Environmental Public Health Challenges in Bangladesh, will be developed and implemented from 2016-18.
2015 Maryland Social Entrepreneur Corps Forum
Students shared their experience at the Maryland Social Entrepreneurship Corp (MSEC) Forum on October 20th.
Students Start Viet Nam Medical Assistance Program Branch at UMD
Duyhoang Dinh was encouraged to start a branch of VNMAP at the University of Maryland.
UMD Grunig Gala Discusses Public-Relations Failure in Ebola Crisis
Kathy Lewton shared her expert view on the public-relations response to the deadly outbreak.
UMD Hosts Third Annual Rise Above '-Isms' Week
More than 100 students, staff and faculty attended the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s “I Too Am Maryland” program.
Quotes from Students at the Around the World Film Festival
Earlier this month, students got to experience 10 short films in 10 different languages.