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Communications

Archived Communications

  • President Pines Responds to Attack on the Capitol

    Today, we saw violence, chaos, and dangerous disregard for the rule of law in our nation’s capital, less than 10 miles from our campus. I hope every member of our UMD community is safe.

  • Honoring University of Maryland Trailblazers

    The University System of Maryland Board of Regents has approved our proposal to name our newest campus residence halls after four individuals who paved the way for the rich diversity and culture that defines our campus today.

  • Happy Holidays from Darryll and Sylvia Pines

    As 2020 comes to a close, we reflect on a year like no other and celebrate the beauty and resilience in our world. On behalf of the entire University of Maryland family, we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season.

  • Spring Academic Calendar

    COVID-19 continues to impact every aspect of our personal, professional, and academic lives. It is within this context that we must make decisions about the spring 2021 academic calendar.

  • Partnering to end anti-Black racism

    Dear Terrapins, I write to you today to commend the leadership of Black student leaders who have agreed to partner with me and other university leaders to pursue an anti-racist agenda here at the University of Maryland.  On July 1, my first day as president, I announced two priorities for our campus. One, we will achieve excellence in everything we do -- research, teaching and learning, arts, and athletics. And two, we will create an inclusive, multicultural environment.

  • Urgent COVID-19 measures

    Dear University of Maryland Community, We write to you today amidst an alarming spike in COVID-19 cases in the State of Maryland and here in Prince George’s County. Yesterday, Governor Hogan announced a 53% increase in hospitalizations and a 52% increase in cases per 100,000 residents, clear indications that we are entering what he termed a coronavirus “danger zone.” We encourage you to read his full executive order.

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