One hundred years ago, the flu pandemic had an unexpected side effect: a civil rights breakthrough for black nurses. In an upcoming book, a UMD professor will tell their stories.
America’s memorials to slavery and its victims have lived quiet lives in public places. A Maryland professor is traveling the country to learn their stories.
Short on free time? A UMD lab shows how society may be robbing you of yours—or giving you a bonus.
UMD Researcher Shares With Veterans What Helped Him Heal From War: Writing
In the aftermath of the Capital Gazette shootings, journalists face hard questions—and rededicate to their mission
Revitalization has College Park Booming and Blooming
Could College Park Be Ground Zero for a Quantum Computing Revolution?
The $1.5 billion campaign will elevate and expand UMD’s mission of service, enhancing academic distinction and bolstering UMD’s leading-edge research enterprise.
An Education Professor Fights for Good Schools in Youth Detention Centers
UMD-National Park Service Project Preserves Humanity’s Footprints on Appalachian Trail