Driven from Afghanistan by extremism, a journalism student lands at UMD and prepares to reclaim her lost homeland.
Maryland’s vanishing tobacco barns represent the vestiges of slavery and a legacy of disease. UMD historic preservationists are racing to document them anyway.
Decades after more than 100,000 Japanese Americans were forced into camps during World War II, a UMD archival expert is making sure the dark history of their management finally comes to light.
Terps Have Endless Opportunities to Explore, Innovate in the Arts
Ceremonial Groundbreaking Held for Zupnik Hall
Terrapin Commitment Program to Expand Support for Pell Grant-Eligible, In-State Students
Aviation Landing to Rise Across From Metro Station
RecWell Program Puts Teams Into Elite Competition
Sparks—and Creativity—Fly When Combat Robotics Club Enters Arena
Students Learn to Game Algorithms and Grow Audiences in Popular Class
Nun Nutritionist Has Served UMD Students for 30 Years
Terps on Board in Return to Study Abroad
Performance Piece Asks Tough Questions Via Unexpected Messenger: Puppets
Men’s Basketball Player From Ukraine Grapples With War From Afar
Credit Union to Support Maryland Athletics, Financial Literacy and Community Service
ARHU Dean’s Podcast Debates Musical Remakes
Terps Helped Propel NASA Mission to Redirect an Asteroid
Extension Experts: Climate-Resilient Gardening’s Just a Few Steps Away
Research Finds More Vulnerable Tree Canopy in Redlined Baltimore
UMD Mechanical Engineering Researcher Is ‘Disarming’ Surgery Robots
Amid Spiraling Violence, Criminologist Studies New Approaches to Gun Crime
What’s Been the Most Significant Lie or Untruth Told to the Public?
The Alumni Excellence Awards
Alum Celebrates 35 Years of Craft Brewing Success in Alaska
Alum’s Toast Wins $50K in Guinness Contest
News on Friends and Classmates
Computer Science Grad Channels ’80s Lakers Star on Hit HBO Series
Circus Performer Combines Passions for Physics and Acrobatics
Preserved Donation of Aquatic Animal Fits in Swimmingly at UMD