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A Puzzling Secret Identity

New Graduate School Dean Spells Out How He’s Written 2 Books on Acrostics
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Accomplished SPH Administrator to Lead Graduate School

Kinesiology Professor Stephen Roth Expanded Programs, Enrollment in Public Health
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U.S. News Ranks UMD Graduate Programs Highly

More Than 50 Schools and Specialties Earn Top 25 Spots Nationwide
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News Articles

  • 3MT Research Spotlight: Sarah Rothman

    Sarah Rothman, Doctoral candidate of the Department of Environmental Science and Technology, won the UMD 2022 3-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT), for her presentation titled “Mosquitoes and Urban Green Space across Socioeconomic Gradients.” 

  • Harmony in Action: A Day with the Collington Artists-in-Residence

    Ed. Note: Since the writing of this article, Natalie Groom, DMA, continues to live and make music for and with residents at Collington during the COVID-19 lockdown.

  • Diversity and Inclusion Training for Postdocs and Faculty Launches

    As part of the University of Maryland’s membership in the National Science Foundation’s CIRTL Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) grant, the Graduate School recently launched a series of training workshops on diversity and inclusion for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty on the campus.

  • Graduate School Partners With Terp Tax to Offer Tax Preparation Help to Graduate Students

    The Graduate School is proud to announce that we are now partnering with TerpTax and the Robert H. Smith School of Business to provide a free, comprehensive tax preparation service for UMD graduate students. TerpTax, which is housed in the Robert H. Smith School of Business, is a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) chapter, which is a program created by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to provide FREE tax return preparation to low-to-mid-income individuals and families, the elderly, students, and persons with disabilities.

  • Testimony on HB 270

    Dean Fetter's testimony on HB 270, submitted February 5, 2019 Written testimony on HB 270

  • My Story: Transformed

    By Matthew Aruch, Janet Chernela, Emily Colón, Katie Murtough, and Alison Thieme

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