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The Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Innovation
May 5

The University of Maryland celebrates the groundbreaking of the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Innovation, a new building designed for future-focused developments in computer vision, robotics, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, and new computing platforms.

Grip Boost: Get a Grip
May 5

Engineering PhDs from UMD's Chemical Engineering Department teamed up with former Terps' and Ravens' Tight End Matt Furstenburg, and Entrepreneur Businessman Harry Geller to tackle one of the biggest problems with football gloves—the rapid decline in tackiness/grip of the gloves.

Javazen: Grinding to the Top
April 29

Founded by UMD alumni, Javazen is bringing the world of coffee to a healtier space. #UMDinnovates   

President Loh: Turn Imagination into Innovation
April 26

Every day–across the campus–faculty, students, and staff display the imagination and inspiration that drive learning, research, creative expression, innovation, and entrepreneurial verve.

April 4

UMD kicks off its 5th annual 30 Days of EnTERPreneurship on April 1st. 30 Days showcases the university’s commitment to fearless ideas through a series of events and competitions that bring innovations to life and ignite the entrepreneurial spirit of the campus community. Visit UMD.EDU/30DAYS. #UMDinnovates

President Loh: Transform the Student Experience
March 11

“Teaching and learning are evolving at astounding pace here on campus - new and smarter facilities, action learning programs and research opportunities are helping us to Transform the Student Experience.” 

Transform the Student Experience
February 19

Education transform lives, improves our world, and drives innovation. #UMDtransforms 

President Loh: Inspire Maryland Pride
January 27

UMD is a proud land-grant flagship university committed to economic, educational and cultural service to the state of Maryland and the world. 

Parren J. Mitchell Art-Sociology Building Dedication
December 16

Parren Mitchell was the first African American to obtain a graduate degree from UMD and the first African American to be elected to Congress from Maryland.

University of Maryland 2015 Holiday Greetings!
December 14