From Cold War Derring-do to Sirius Radio, How Robert Briskman M.S. ’61 Helped Build the Foundations of Technologies That Define Modern Life
Medal-Winning Alum’s New Academy Aims to Build Kids’ Confidence, Self-Esteem
A Century Ago, an Outgoing Entomology Major Became UMD’s First Four-Year Female Grad
Alum Sees Positive Power in Family Food Business
Letter From the Executive Director The new coronavirus changed the lives of all of us this spring, including the Terp family here at the Alumni Association. We had to cancel events, shift operations from...
‘First Lady’ of MPT Signs Off After 50-Year Career
With Plant-based Protein, Ethan Brown M.P.M. ’97 Sets Out to Change America’s Eating Habits—and Maybe Save the World
An armed carjacking at age 16 sent Reginald Dwayne Betts ’09 to prison—and started his remarkable path to the worlds of literature and law.
Foxworth Finds New Purpose in Straight Talk on Sports Media
How a 19-Year-Old Student Engineering Project Showed Up in a New Sci-Fi Book