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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

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Frederick Douglass Square Frederick Douglass Square
November 23

The new Frederick Douglass Square, featuring a statue of the famed abolitionist and human rights activist mid-speech, enshrines the values of freedom and justice at the University of Maryland.

Terps Against Hunger Terps Against Hunger
November 20

Did you know 1 in 6 households doesn't have enough food? Terps Against Hunger is working to change that. During Homecoming week this year, they brought thousands of UMD community members together to package 250,000 meals for local communities in need. #UMDinspires

Saluting Student Veterans @ UMD Saluting Student Veterans @ UMD
November 11

To learn about Veteran Student Life at Maryland go to http://thestamp.umd.edu/veteran_student_life. 

2015-16 LiveBIG: Maryland Challenges Students To 'Do Good' 2015-16 LiveBIG: Maryland Challenges Students To 'Do Good'
November 6

"The Do Good Challenge arises from a very simple inspiration, that is that student aren't just going to school to learn what they can do in the future, but they can do good right now." - Robert Orr, Dean of the School of Public Policy, UMD.

Saving the Mighty Honey Bee Saving the Mighty Honey Bee
November 4

Massive honey bee die-offs threaten our food production, but entomology Assistant Professor Dennis vanEngelsdorp is leading a group of UMD and national researchers to find a way to save these important pollinators.

Greater College Park Greater College Park
November 4

College Park is booming. Nearly 20 projects, including The Hotel at the University of Maryland, four new academic buildings, and new downtown amenities, are underway. The boom -- called Greater College Park -- is the result of cooperative work between the city, county, state, private developers and the University.

Maryland Center for Health Equity (M-CHE) Maryland Center for Health Equity (M-CHE)
November 4

In 2015, The Maryland Centre for Health Equity celebrates its 5th anniversary as a NIH/NIMHD Center of Excellence on Race, Ethnicity and Health Disparities Research within the UMD’s School of Public Health. 

November 4

Want to make a difference and earn a living doing what you love? Then the College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) is the place for you! We'll help you develop into a creative, flexible and globally engaged visionary. Watch the video to learn more about the tight-knit community we've developed within the University of Maryland.

Discover the Philip Merrill College of Journalism Discover the Philip Merrill College of Journalism
November 4

A new video by Merrill alumna Alanna Delfino'15 looks at all the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland has to offer. Discover New Knowledge! Our location near Washington, D.C. Annapolis and Baltimore, internships, award-winning faculty, focus on public affairs and sports journalism. 

President Loh:  Discover New Knowledge President Loh: Discover New Knowledge
October 27

Advancing science, culture, and the arts - and translating these advances to solve the great problems of our times, enrich our quality of life, and drive economic opportunity in our state and nation - are at the core of the University of Maryland's 21st century mission as a research and land-grant institution. #UMDdiscovers