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Winter 2015

Winter 2015

Research Plants “Sesame’s” Seeds of Programming

by Lauren Brown | Borzekowski photo by John T. Consoli A School of Public Health researcher’s latest studies of “Sesame Street” extend beyond how the Indian…
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Speed Raiser

Track Athlete Funnels Startup’s Proceeds to Kenyan Village by Kimberly Marselas ’00 | photo by John T. Consoli Kikanae Punyua’s father wanted him to be a…

A Greener State

Partnership Helps Maryland Cities Address Sustainability by Karen Shih ’09 | poster courtesy of Pals Algae buildup in a popular city canal. A struggling…
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“Good Kids,” Great Opportunity

Big Ten Play on Sexual Assault Puts Spotlight on Female Playwrights by Karen Shih ’09 | photo by John T. Consoli The notorious 2012 case of high school…
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A Career Judged as “Genius”

Historian Wins Prestigious MacArthur Fellowship by Liam Farrell | photo courtesy of the Macarthur Foundation As an independent historian who does a lot…
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Bioengineering Building to Give Life to Innovation

by Lauren Brown | renderings courtesy of Ballinger Biodegradable heart valves made from 3-D printers. Surgical robots that can remove tough-to-reach brain…
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Ask Anne

Questions for Anne Turkos, the university archivist Q: Who’s the most famous golfer to ever play on the Maryland course?—Matthew Tau ’10 A: That would have…

A Capital Idea

Smith School Opens Free-Enterprise Center illustration by Jeanette J. Nelson The Robert H. Smith School of Business will launch a new center focused on the…
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Talk (Show) Therapy

Counselor Goes on Air to Help Radio Host by Kimberly Marselas ’00 | photo by John T. Consoli D.C. radio personality Pablo Sato wasn’t thrilled about…
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