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Homecoming Terps on watch // UMD Researchers Guard Earth Environment Dr. Loh video Message The limits of working together Comfort Zone: Portable Device to cool Do Good Democracy Then and Now The Elizabeth and Richard Dubin Family Lecture 9th Annual Grunig Gala Will cole on site // Sept22 - 18th Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct Free Shuttle from UMD to the Phillips Collection

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DeVos Institute at UMD Launches Investigation into the Impact of Technology on the Cultural Sector

The DeVos Institute of Arts Management at UMD opens its inquiry into technology’s impact on the cultural sector with a debate on how screen culture is changing the way audiences engage with the arts.

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UMD Researchers Team Up to Study Cybercrime Victimization over Smartphone Devices

Social & computer scientists will  examine which factors make smartphone users most vulnerable to cybercrime.

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UMD Celebrates Homecoming Week 2016

Terps can reconnect with fellow alumni at Homecoming events, including service projects, networking opportunities, performances and celebrations
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UMD Researcher Awarded $1.8M to Develop Innovative Methods to Teach Foundational Math Skills

College of Education professor receives federal grant to develop creative methods to teach children key math concept.

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UMD Scientists Help Develop New Drought Early Warning Tool

UMD’s Christopher Hain and colleagues played a key role in moving product from research to NOAA operations

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UMD Professors & Alumnus Named 2016 Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates for Science of Chaos Work

Yorke, Ott, Grebogi named top contenders for a future Nobel Prize in physics for developing method to control chaos