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Op/Ed: Problems We Will Solve (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
From admissions to assessment, academic integrity to scholarly research, university operations to disappearing jobs, 12 professors, administrators, and writers—including President Darryll Pines—answer the question: How will AI change higher education?
A year of significant investment in Maryland higher education
Dear University of Maryland Community, The Maryland General Assembly concluded its 445th legislative session last week, continuing its strong commitment to higher education, campus initiatives and infrastructure. On behalf of our students, faculty ...
Ending sexual assault
The University of Maryland, along with campuses and advocacy organizations across the nation, will spend the month of April recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Announcing our 2023 Commencement speaker
I am already looking forward to one of the greatest honors I have as president of this university: celebrating the tremendous accomplishments of our graduates at our campuswide commencement ceremony. And today, I could not be more thrilled to announce that our 2023 Commencement Ceremony speaker is journalist Gayle King ‘76.
A ‘uniquely American’ challenge: Group of local universities offer ideas to reduce gun violence (WTOP)
The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area shared its findings as part of the 120 Initiative, a joint effort started by University of Maryland President Darryll J. Pines and George Mason University President Gregory Washington last June that put together a group of more than 100 experts together to come up with ways to bring down firearm-related deaths.
Announcement: In pursuit of the public good
Carving names of trailblazers into the landscape of our campus is one way that we pursue inclusive excellence. Today, we take that progress a step further and announce the name of our newest academic building on campus and home to the School of Public Policy: Thurgood Marshall Hall.
Taking on Humanity's Grand Challenges
We write to you with great pride that the University of Maryland is investing $30 million into 50 projects across our campus to design impactful solutions to humanity's greatest and most complex problems.
Condolences to our MSU family
We witnessed a tragic and senseless act of violence last night at one of our Big Ten family institutions. We mourn the loss of three Michigan State University students and pray for the students still hospitalized. We are thinking of the entire Spartan community.
University Leaders Respond to Turkey-Syria Earthquake
President Pines responded on Twitter to the tragic earthquake that struck southern and central Turkey, and northern and western Syria on February 6, 2023.
Creating our community
Welcome to the Spring 2023 semester! I hope you are looking forward to the new semester and the new year as much as I am.
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