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From the Ground Up: D.C.-area universities are altering their campuses to help attract, and keep, tomorrow’s workforce (Washington Business Journal)
President Darryll Pines connects the university’s role in helping to solve the grand challenges facing society with redefining the instution's infrastructure and growth of Greater College Park.
University of Maryland President Darryll Pines discusses institution's diverse legacy and history alongside Football Coach Mike Locksley and Athletics Director Damon Evans
President Pines outlines his priorities and the importance of engaging Black students to impact change on campus.
President Pines sat down with the Here & Now in to discuss the return to campus and a number of issues impacting the city.
UMD's Darryll Pines talks about returning to campus — and the cross-Potomac friendship that helped him through his first year as president (Washington Business Journal)
Darryll Pines embarked on his first year as president of the University of Maryland in College Park during a time that could only be summed up as uncertain. The aerospace engineer and professor is part of a noteworthy class of higher-ed pandemic presidents in Greater Washington.
Off the Record with Sloane Brown: Darryll Pines, University of Maryland, College Park (The Maryland Daily Record)
This edition of “Off The Record” kicks off the 2021-22 school year by featuring Darryll Pines, president of the University of Maryland, College Park. He reviews the “interesting” challenges he’s faced in his first year in that role, telling host Sloane Brown how those challenges have actually helped hone some of his goals for the university.
Through a pandemic and reckoning with racism, U. of Maryland president is still optimistic (The Washington Post)
Pines’s first year in office has been marked by a series of victories. He has started to reckon with racism on the campus, outlined new sustainability goals and pledged $40 million over the next five years to hire and support faculty from underrepresented groups. His administration is bolstering research, with plans to establish the university and surrounding city of College Park as the quantum science capital of the country.
During his address, President Pines shares his formula for diversity efforts: “Diversity + Excellence = Success and Innovation.” Read the original article on The Washington Informer
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. Read the original article in The College Post
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. Read the original ...
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