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Researchers Awarded $500K NSF Grant to Study Experiences, Attitudes & Barriers to Integration and Success of Asian Americans

Multi-campus team of researchers, including UMD, to analyze the nation’s fastest-growing racial group.
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UMD Study Finds Parental Perceptions of Neighborhood Environments Affect Children's Active Play

Study finds parental perceptions of the neighborhood environment are linked to how physically active their children are on a daily basis.
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ACA Coverage for Young Adults Eases Financial Burden Related to Behavioral Health

A new UMD study is first to show the financial impact of the Affordable Care Act on young adults who access mental health and substance abuse treatment.
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UMD, The Phillips Collection Present Summer 2016 "Intersections" Project by Bettina Pousttchi

This summer, UMD and The Phillips Collection will present their next installment of the Intersections exhibition series that highlights contemporary art and artists.
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UMD, COPT Welcome New Innovation Partners, Announce Speculative Office Building

New 75,000-square-foot building will include flexible floorplans to attract businesses and organizations that focus on research and technology.
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More Salt Equals More Power for Safe, Green Water-Based Battery Tech

UMD researchers and colleagues have added new power to a new battery technology that is safer, cheaper and more environmentally friendly than today’s lithium-ion batteries.