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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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March 26
Women's Cancer Screenings Down During Great Recession
American women were less likely to receive a mammogram or Pap smear during the Great Recession of 2007-2009 than they were five years earlier, according to UMD researchers.
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March 25
Salamanders Shrink as Their Mountain Havens Heat Up
Wild salamanders living in some of North America's best salamander habitat are getting smaller as their surroundings get warmer and drier, forcing them to burn more energy in a changing climate.
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March 25
UMD Celebrates 3rd Annual Good Neighbor Day
The University of Maryland will celebrate the 3rd Annual Good Neighbor Day, an annual cross-campus service project, on Saturday, March 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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March 25
Kelvin Wave Seen on Quantum "Tornado" for First Time
For the first time, researchers provide visual evidence confirming that the reconnection of quantum vortexes launches Kelvin waves.
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March 25
Governor Martin O'Malley to Address UMD Spring Class of 2014
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley will address the University of Maryland graduates at Spring Commencement on Thursday, May 22.
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March 24
IBM Challenges UMD Students to Develop New Customer Service Tech
IBM is challenging UMD students to develop innovative business solutions related to customer service in the IBM Watson Engagement Advisor Case Competition from March 28-30.
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March 21
LaMaster Named Executive Director, MPowering the State
The Steering Committee of The University of Maryland: MPowering the State has named Teresa LaMaster, J.D., executive director, MPowering the State.
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March 20
UMD to Host FIRST Robotics Regional Competition
The University of Maryland will host the 2014 Chesapeake Regional FIRST Robotics Competition April 3-5, 2014, at the Comcast Center on the university’s College Park, Md., campus.
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March 20
Purple Line Communities Examine Opportunities "Beyond the Tracks"
UMD's National Center for Smart Growth has launched a new initiative in partnership with community organizations, private groups, local government and others called the Purple Line Corridor Coalition.
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