COVID-19 Felt Like a Swan Song for In-person Performances. UMD Research Is Seeking to Understand and Minimize the Risks of Playing and Singing Together While Tech Helps Students Stay Up-tempo.
30 Years Into Hubble’s Surprising Run, Terps Help the Revolutionary Space Telescope Stay Productive in Orbit
Crossing the Boundaries Between Academia and the Streets, Professor Joseph Richardson Jr. Seeks to Find a Way Out of Trauma for Young Black Men.
His Modest Beginnings, Boyhood Heroes, Futuristic Research and Plans to Tackle ‘Grand Challenges’
Whether Trapped at Home or Marching in the Streets, Terps Facing an Enduring Health Crisis Cope, Question and Count Their Blessings.
With Quiet Resolve, a Scientist Who Changed the World’s Understanding of Cholera Stands Up to Her Field’s Sexism
From Going BIG to Building a Greater College Park, President Wallace D. Loh Will Retire in June—and Leave a Stronger, Transformed UMD.
From Cold War Derring-do to Sirius Radio, How Robert Briskman M.S. ’61 Helped Build the Foundations of Technologies That Define Modern Life
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.