College Park is hopping and humming with new businesses, housing and other perks. See for yourself.
Fifty years after the law’s passage, the legacy of Bernice Sandler Ed.D. ’69 endures through the millions of girls and women whose lives she’s changed.
Trash and toxic substances are often dumped where poor people and communities of color live. Public health researcher Sacoby Wilson is empowering them to fight for cleaner, safer conditions.
New rules allowing college athletes to profit from endorsement deals are changing the game for universities nationwide. UMD aims to be the first with a playbook.
UMD exceeded the record $1.5 billion goal of its Fearless Ideas campaign. Now those funds are changing the university—and the world—for the better.
Her ancestor was enslaved in Prince George’s County. Five generations later, a doctoral student is reinvigorating the area’s agricultural—and communal—ties.
Esports Have Become an International Phenomenon. With Terps Already Competing at the Highest Levels, UMD Powers Up Support for Gamers.
How Terps Cooked Up Food Recovery Network 10 Years…
For Two Decades, a UMD Professor Has Led a Writing Workshop for Holocaust Survivors. Seventy-six Years After World War II’s End, Their Task Has an Urgency Both Personal and Public.
No more Pages