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UMD Breaks Ground for A. James Clark Hall

The UMD Clark School of Engineering's new A. James Clark Hall will cultivate transformative new engineering and biomedical technologies to accelerate advancements in human health.
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UMD Students Named National Innovation Fellows

Three UMD students have been named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation.
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Michael Poterala Tapped to Lead UMD's Legal Affairs

UMD has named Michael R. Poterala as the new Vice President and General Counsel for the university. Poterala joins UMD from NC State and will officially start at Maryland in January 2015.
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UMD Scientist Awarded $1.5M for Lyme Disease Research

Dr. Utpal Pal, an associate professor from the Department of Veterinary Medicine at UMD, was awarded $1.5 million from NIH to continue his quest to eradicate Lyme disease.
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Combined Depression, Substance Abuse Linked to Lower Income

Young adults with co-occurring depression and substance abuse have a higher likelihood of being unemployed and having lower income in midlife than those with neither disorder.
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Scientists Analyze Comet as Robotic Probe Lands on It

UMD comet experts are part of an international team of astronomers who are using instruments on the Rosetta spacecraft to study the comet’s surface and its atmosphere or coma.