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From Paper Craft Making to Google’s UX Design Team: Leveraging Creativity to Create Equitable Experiences

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How a Handful of K-12 Teachers Doubled Racial Gap in Disciplinary Referrals

A small percentage of teachers is sending an outsized number of students to the principal's office—often for subjective offenses—exacerbating racial disparities in education, according to new research led by the University of Maryland.

At Robert E. Lee’s Former Residence, Researcher Opens the Door to Overlooked Legacies

“You can’t talk about this house without talking about enslavement,” she said. “There is not a space among this mansion that an enslaved person did not touch.”

UMD Receives $500K to Boost Number of Black, Latina and Native American Women in Computing

A nonprofit tech coalition has awarded the University of Maryland $500,000 to establish a program in the Iribe Initiative for Inclusion and Diversity in Computing (I4C) to expand the ranks of Black, Latina and Native American (BLNA) women who earn bachelor’s degrees in computing.

Accessibility Barriers: The Challenges Blind and Low-Vision People Face in Using Personal Health Tech

Personal health tech can help people monitor and manage their health, but the blind and low-vision community face numerous barriers. They can’t access many of the features that sighted people can, making it harder to keep track of their health data.

Ending sexual assault

We will continue to dedicate campus resources to creating a community that works to end sexual misconduct in all forms.

Meet the finalists for the LGBTQ+ Equity Center Director position

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is hiring a new director for our LGBTQ+ Equity Center and invites you to meet the finalists for the position.

Mid-Atlantic Climate Action Hub Launches With $2.2M Grant From Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

New Initiative to Link Environmental Justice Efforts Across Five States and D.C.

David C. Driskell Center to Present a Ringgold and Saar Show Highlighting Their Contributions to Print Media

The David C. Driskell Center is proud to present its spring 2023 exhibition, RINGGOLD | SAAR: Meeting on the Matrix

University Names Interim Title IX Administrator

Angela Nastase, J.D., (she/her/hers) has been named our new interim Title IX coordinator and director for the Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct (OCRSM)

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