Holocaust survivor Arie W. Kruglanski’s lifelong mission to explore the psychology behind radical violence and to stop it suddenly has new urgency.
How an NYC DJ Became Rap’s Biggest Fan–and Sharpest Critic
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Alums Brew Up Quality Close to Home
With law enforcement across the country under scrutiny, UMD and a local police department team up to help cadets see beyond black and white
UMD Scholar Tracks How Word Processors Changed Writing
The brilliant and idiosyncratic physicist Joseph Weber built an instrument that he claimed in 1969 detected gravitational waves. While other scientists were unable to replicate the experiment and discredited...
Alum Doles Out No-Nonsense Personal Finance Tips as Syndicated Columnist
iSchool Researchers Digitize 1930s Maps to Show Legacy of U.S. Housing Discrimination
Pioneering Maryland Aviator’s Family Leads Push for WWII Recognition