During his address, President Pines shares his formula for diversity efforts: “Diversity + Excellence = Success and Innovation.”
President Pines announces the investment of $40 million over the next 10 years to improve the diversity of its faculty, campus culture and address racial inequality.
President Pines shares his vision and the university’s next plans — five new actions on topics such as diversity and inclusion, the environment and the arts.
University of Maryland commits $40 million to improving faculty diversity over next 10 years (The Baltimore Sun)
The University of Maryland, College Park is committing $40 million over the next 10 years to improve the diversity of its faculty, supporting President Pines’ pledge to combat racism and improve campus culture for people of color.
U-Md. president aims to hire more faculty of color, cut carbon emissions and bolster research (The Washington Post)
Darryll J. Pines uses his inauguration to outline plans for Maryland’s flagship university. He announced that the University of Maryland in College Park will hire more faculty of color, slash its carbon emissions and bolster investments in research.
RBC's Brian Kroneberger, University of MD President Darryll Pines, Former MD Governor Bob Ehrlich Jr., And Senior Fellow At The Heritage Foundation Mike Gonzales (WBAL)
President Pines discusses his vision for the university post COVID-19 and expresses his gratefulness for the university's connection to the Mitchell family.
University of Maryland Administrators Partner With Black Student Leaders on Campus Climate (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
President Pines announces the assembly of a new a group of Black student leaders, representing about 30 student organizations, to help advise university leaders on how to set an “anti-racist agenda."
Baltimore Sun.University of Maryland president greets voters at College Park campus' first early polling site (The Baltimore Sun)
President Pines volunteers at the new early voting center set up at the XFINITY Center on campus.
So much for honor': Despite COVID cases, college students partied Labor Day weekend away (USA Today)
President Pines spends time in the City of College park to encourage students to adhere to health and safety measures.