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Communications

Archived Communications

  • Search for University of Maryland’s next Provost

    I am pleased to announce the search committee for the university’s next Senior Vice President and Provost, who will be charged with ensuring excellence and diversity of programs, faculty, and students across the entire university as our chief academic officer.

  • University of Maryland Receives its Highest Ranking in Research and Development Survey

    The University of Maryland achieved its highest ranking ever in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) survey. For the first time, the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore were linked together as one research enterprise in the ranking, with combined research expenditures of $1.1 billion. This expanded research effort earned us a ranking of No. 14 overall and No. 8 among public institutions.

  • A New Partnership with the Jordan McNair Foundation

    In 2018, Jordan McNair, a Maryland football player and kinesiology major, tragically passed away. He will never be forgotten. Today, I announce a new partnership with the Jordan McNair Foundation to continue to honor his life and legacy on our campus. 

  • Welcoming the Spring 2021 Semester

    It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Spring 2021 semester. 2020 was a difficult year and one that will never be forgotten. We had to learn new ways to connect when we couldn’t do so in person. But as a community, we prevailed. 

  • Safety Measures and the U.S. Presidential Inauguration

    Earlier this week, Governor Hogan joined Virginia Governor Northam and DC Mayor Bowser in making a joint statement about the upcoming presidential inauguration of Joseph R. Biden Jr., the nation’s 46th president. I firmly believe this is the right message to send, as health and safety must be paramount in this historic moment.

  • Pursuing justice for 1st Lt. Richard W. Collins III

    It has been more than three and a half years since the life of First Lieutenant Richard W.Collins III was senselessly taken on our campus. As a community, we remain deeply affected by the tragic loss.

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