Graduate Students Bring 400-year-old Artwork to Life
Mentorship will be a primary focus of the Barry and Mary Gossett Center for Academic and Personal Excellence, named for the two longtime university supporters.
This semester, students are leading 15 classes across seven departments, supported by the Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Though it might be hard to imagine now, women were once absent from the University of Maryland. In honor of Women's History Month, we remember some of the women who changed that.
Two UMD freshmen, graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, are honoring the victims of the school shooting by making sure the memories of their lives don't fade away.
Two lecturers in the African American Studies Department are teaching a seminar entitled “Get Out: The Sunken Place of Race in the Post-Racial Era” and grappling with race and its societal consequences.
Teams from each of the eight departments in the A. James Clark School of Engineering tried to build the most elaborate yet functional Rube Goldberg machine for the Alumni Cup 2018 competition.
Did you know that UMD has more than 30,000 Terp couples?
Drones Give Journalism Students a Different Angle on Russian Retreat
The tour of 17 locations across campus draws on university archives, reports by campus colleagues and other sources.