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April 16
UMD Announces Changes to Alert Messaging System
UMD announced today changes to its UMD Alerts system, a channel used to provide critical information and instructions to members of the university community, especially during emergency situations.
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April 11
Global Impact of UMD Computer Scientist Recognized
Distinguished University Professor Hanan Samet recognized for his groundbreaking work in spatial data structures, translation validation and proof carrying code.
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April 10
Big Ten Conference Announces New York City Office
The Big Ten Conference announced it will open a second office in New York City to help serve the needs of its 14 member institutions.
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April 10
Disease Diagnostic Group Wins UMD's Cupid's Cup
Disease Diagnostic Group, maker of an inexpensive handheld device that can diagnose malaria in one minute, was named the winner of the 2014 Cupid's Cup Business Competition.
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April 8
University of Maryland Announces Plan to Celebrate Move to Big Ten Conference
UMD today announced plans to commemorate the historic move to the Big Ten Conference.  The "THINK B1G" plan includes a series of special events, campus celebrations, and promotional activities.
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April 7
Researchers Find Keys to Societal Sustainability
A new analytical tool suggests that human societies can reach a steady state that is sustainable when they do not over-deplete natural resources and avoid extreme economic inequality.
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April 4
Leadership for 21st-Century Public Health
Faculty and student researchers, public health experts, community members and state partners will join together at the University of Maryland to discuss current and emerging public health issues.
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April 4
Terps Victorious in International Design Competition
An interdisciplinary team of five UMD graduate students has taken first place in the 2014 Urban Land Institute / Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
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April 4
New Knight Chair to Focus on National Security Issues
UMD's Philip Merrill College of Journalism has announced Washington Post investigative reporter and two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Dana Priest as the new Knight Chair in Public Affairs Journalism.
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April 3
UMD Unveils Technology Entrepreneurship Master's Program
The University of Maryland will offer a new master's degree program in technology entrepreneurship starting this fall.
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April 3
UMD Professor Honored for Contributions to African American Studies
Distinguished University Professor Ira Berlin was awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal for 2014 by Harvard University's Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.
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March 28
Outreach Program puts UMD to work for Md. Communities
UMD is launching the Partnership for Action Learning in Sustainability, a new university-wide initiative to offer a fresh look at the specific challenges facing Maryland's communities.
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March 28
Canal between Ears Helps Alligators Pinpoint Sound
New research finds that the alligator's ear is strongly directional because of large, air-filled channels connecting the two middle ears.
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March 27
Foraging Bats Warn Others Away From Their Dinners
UMD researchers found that male big brown bats can produce a special sound that tells other bats with whom they are foraging to keep away from their prey.
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March 26
30 Days of EnTERPreneurship Showcases Innovation at UMD
The University of Maryland kicked off today its third annual 30 Days of EnTERPreneurship, a month-long celebration of the university's fearless ideas, innovation and impact.
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