University Of Maryland Moving To Online Learning Only After Thanksgiving BreakThe University of Maryland will transition to entirely online learning with very few exceptions after Thanksgiving break.
UMD Coaches, Athletic Director Volunteer To Take Up To 10 Percent Pay Cut Amid Coronavirus Budget DeficitThirteen University of Maryland College Park athletics coaches and Athletic Director Damon Evans have volunteered to take additional pay cuts of up to 10%, the university said Thursday.
UMD Asks Students In Denton Hall To 'Restrict Activities' After Surge In COVID-19 Cases ReportedThe union that represents the more than 3,400 employees at the University of Maryland College Park says workers are concerned for their own safety following what they report is an increase in coronavirus cases on campus.
Johns Hopkins University Ties For 9th-Best University In 2021 US News & World Report RankingsJohns Hopkins University moved up one spot to a three-way tie for the ninth-best university in the United States in U.S. News & World Report's 2021 rankings.
UMD's Women, Gender And Sexuality Studies Department Named After Harriet TubmanFor the first time ever, an academic department at the University of Maryland College Park is being named after someone. That someone is Harriet Tubman.
UMD Students Can Now Take Select Classes At Other Big Ten UniversitiesStudents at the University of Maryland can now take select classes offered at other Big Ten universities.
UMD Students Stuck In Leases They No Longer Need Due To Shift To Online Learning Plan Caravan Protest In AnnapolisStudents at the University of Maryland who find themselves stuck in leases they no longer need plan to take their complaints to Annapolis.
UMD Renames Administration Building In Honor Of Former Sen. Mike MillerThe University of Maryland is honoring longtime state Senate president Mike Miller by renaming its administration building for him.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Colleges, Universities To Get $170M As Part Of Stimulus PackageMaryland's private and public colleges and universities will get $170 million in federal funding to help in their responses to the coronavirus, the state's congressional delegation said Monday.
'Not An Extension Of Spring Break': Hogan's Office Urges Spring Breakers To Self-Quarantine For 2 WeeksGov. Larry Hogan's office is urging spring break travelers to self-quarantine for two weeks after returning from vacation to avoid possibly spreading the coronavirus.
UMD Student Charged For Allegedly Sending Anti-Semitic Texts To Fellow StudentPolice have arrested and charged a University of Maryland, College Park student who allegedly sent anti-Semitic text messages to another student on campus.
Norovirus Outbreak Postpones Maryland-Navy Men's Lacrosse Game Set For SaturdayA norovirus outbreak among players on the Navy men's lacrosse team has led officials to postpone the team's game Saturday against the University of Maryland College Park.
'Students Want To Vote': Bill Would Require Large Md. Universities To Add Polling Places On CampusThe Student Voter Empowerment Act would require colleges and universities with more than 4,200 undergraduates to put polling places on campus.
Independent Review Finds UMD Followed Protocols In Deadly Adenovirus ResponseThe review came after Gov. Larry Hogan in May called for an investigation into the university's response of the outbreak.
All-Clear Given After Gas Line Struck On UMD CampusOfficials have given the all-clear after a reported gas leak on the University of Maryland campus in College Park Tuesday afternoon.