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UMD concert promotes hope, unity after surge of violence in Israel and Palestine

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New UMD Native and Indigenous employees hope to enrich student experiences

The University of Maryland hired two new Native and Indigenous employees who strive to create new research and community experiences for students at this university.

Creating a “Healing, Engaging Conversation”

A new emotional support program, evaluated by UMD faculty, trains Latino community members as non-clinical mental health workers who provide knowledge, skills and a safe space for their neighbors in need.

Nonbinary Option Now Available as Gender Marker in Testudo

All registered students can log in to Testudo to view their current gender marker and make an update on their “My Profile” page.

Hair, Hair for Equity in Neuroscience Research

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UMD adds nonbinary gender marker to Testudo site

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New Latinx/a/o/e Employee Association

Announcing the first Latinx/a/o/e Employee Association (LEA) at the University of Maryland! LEA plans to bring visibility to and advocate for the diverse Latinx/o/a/e community on campus. The association aims to strengthen employees' sense of community, ...

UMD Sociologist Receives $1M Berggruen Philosophy Prize

A University of Maryland scholar known for her pioneering research on the intersections of race, gender, social class and sexuality has received the Berggruen Prize for Philosophy, a $1 million award for advancing powerful ideas that help shape our world.

UMD Dining Services hopes to promote cultural education with more diverse cuisines

University of Maryland Dining Services is looking to diversify the cuisines and menus offered at dining halls by adding more cultural foods in the 2023-24 academic year.

“Rising” Awareness

“Rising Up: 100 Years of Student Activism for Justice and Civil Rights at the University of Maryland,” a University Libraries exhibit that opens today in the lobby of Hornbake Library, highlights protests led by Terps from marginalized communities.

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