UMD Female Scientists Reflect on Overcoming Moments of Doubt
UMD Team Receives $5M Grant for Tech Solutions to Reduce Food Insecurity and Waste
Minnesota Scholar to Lead New Center, Support Research, Teaching, Learning and Service
The University of Maryland used to serve as a shelter for runaway slaves and profited from the finances of slave owners, according to the findings of the 1856 Project presented at its first annual research update on Wednesday.
ARHU Dean Stephanie Shonekan co-authors new book that proposes novel approach to confronting racism in America.
UMD Professor Co-Produces Film on Efforts to End Co-opting of Native American Names and Images
‘Miles of Style’ Honors Eunice Johnson, Woman Behind Ebony Magazine and Fashion Fairs
Once Targeted, Student Spreads Message of Acceptance Through Books, Presentations and Podcasts
Aisha Abdulkarimu is a third-year molecular and cellular biology Ph.D. student in Fischell Institute Affiliate Fellow and BIOE Assistant Professor Katharina Maisel's Mucosal Associated Immune System Engineering and Lymphatics lab. Abdulkarimu earned her bachelor's degree in biology from Lehigh University in 2020.
One of John Brooks Slaughter’s life mottos was that “opportunity is everywhere and talent is everywhere,” according to University of Maryland President Darryll Pines.