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It's On Us To Stop Sexual Assault – Rule of Thumb Introducing Michael Kaiser Reshaping the Arts in America Winter Term: January 5 - 23, 2015 BASETRACK Live Color My College Our Bias: An Honor Aims to Heal a Painful Past The Dubin Lecture, featuring Ambassdor Ron Dermer WORLDWISE Arts & Humanities Dean's Lecture Series: Walter Isaacson THE SHELL: October 2014 The Farmers Market

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UMD Named Gold-Level "Bicycle Friendly University"

UMD is one of only 10 schools to earn the gold level or higher designation, and the only Bicycle Friendly University in the state of Maryland.
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Emerging Disease Could Wipe Out Salamanders

A deadly disease that is wiping out salamanders in parts of Europe will inevitably reach the U.S. through the international wildlife trade unless steps are taken to halt its spread.
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UMD Named Top 100 Global University by U.S. News

The University of Maryland has been ranked No. 51 in the first U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities rankings, which recognized the top 500 institutions from nearly 50 countries.
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Maryland Dairy Celebrates 90 Years

The Maryland Dairy is celebrating 90 years of making its famous hand‐crafted, small‐batch ice cream at the University of Maryland.
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Ph.D. Student Wins Big at International Thesis Competition

Amy Marquardt, a Ph.D. candidate in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, has been awarded first place in the international Three Minute Thesis competition.
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$5 Million Gift Anchors New Snider Center

UMD's Robert H. Smith School of Business will study enterprise and markets at a new center of excellence funded by $5 million from The Snider Foundation, led by alumnus Ed Snider.