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Exploring the Deep Sea
February 7

UMD student Samantha Goldman has taken her research underwater to study black sea coral in the Gulf of Mexico. As part of a summer internship at the American Museum of Natural History, Samantha is uncovering mysteries about this deep-sea creature while helping marine life in the Gulf and beyond.

Welcome Class of 2022 #NowATerp
January 23

These new Terps got the surprise of a lifetime – hand-delivered acceptance letters and a celebration right on their doorsteps. University of Maryland Admissions traveled across the state to welcome these students to the class of 2022.

The All-Women Hackathon
November 20
A. James Clark Hall
November 10

A. James Clark Hall will be a hub for human health innovation and will transform the region's biotech corridor.

UMD Reflects
November 3

To reflect on and examine these fraught times in our country and community, we reached out to members of the UMD community. Here are their thoughts on hate in America and on college campuses including ours, and how institutions and individuals can find a path forward.

The Home of the Future
October 5

Take a look inside reACT, the UMD team’s entry in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon competition. Beginning October 5, the Solar Decathlon challenges student teams to design and build solar-powered homes. These innovative Terps traveled to Denver to showcase their sustainable, energy-efficient home of the future.

Building Together: An Investment for Maryland
October 4

On October 4, UMD announced a historic investment from the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation that will transform the University of Maryland. Building Together: An Investment for Maryland will increase college access and affordability, inspire the next generation of engineering leaders and spark innovations that tackle today’s most daunting problems.

Helping Hops
September 14

The University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources is collaborating with Flying Dog Brewery on a local hop production initiative. Development of the highest quality ingredients is top priority for these partners as they aim to cultivate and expand the hop farming industry on the east coast, starting with Maryland’s unique climate.

The New Cole Field House Dedication Ceremony
September 8
Greek Life Serves
August 28

Greek Life Serves, a 2016 Do Good Challenge team, flips additional food resources afforded to the fraternity and sorority houses on campus into meals for those in need in the Washington D.C. and surrounding areas. With these donations of time and food, Greek Life Serves continues its goal to address food insecurity and poverty in our community.

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