Munro Leaf ’27 soared to fame with “The Story of Ferdinand,” his 1936 children’s book about a Spanish bull that didn’t want to fight.
Along the way to her bachelor’s degree in public health science from the Universities at Shady Grove through the University of Maryland’s School of Public Health, Baker has faced violent family tragedy,...
Terp’s Passion for the Law Is Reignited After Disabled Brother’s Death
A donation of videotapes and film reels from Coach Charles “Lefty” Driesell helped spark a new $500,000 fundraising effort to digitize all basketball footage in the UMD archives.
Researchers Investigate How Flu and Colds Spread, and How to Predict Them
Professor Explores How Built Environments Affect Health
Alumni, faculty, staff and students turned to Anne Turkos with their UMD-related queries, from the kooky to the common, the intriguing to the intimate.