Lt. Richard Collins III Honored After He Was Murdered On Maryland College CampusA young African American man who was murdered by a white man at the University of Maryland College Park campus was honored on Monday.
University Of Maryland Investigating Death On College Park CampusThere is no known threat on campus, police said.
University Of Maryland Professor Gets New Funds To Continue Research To Enhance Crop ProductionA professor at the University of Maryland in College Park has received new funding from two sources to continue research into CRISPR genome editing technologies, with the goal of enhancing crop production and feeding a growing global population, according to a university statement.
Police Investigating Report Of Shots Fired Near UMD College ParkUniversity of Maryland and Prince George's County Police are investigating after a reports of shots fired near the College Park campus.
Gas Leak Contained At University of Maryland College ParkSeveral building at University of Maryland College Park have been evacuated after a reported gas leak.
USM Updates Covid GuidelinesThe University System of Maryland is updating its coronavirus guidelines ahead of the summer session.
Reports Of Shots Fired Near UMD College Park Campus, Man Seen By Witness No Longer In Area, Police SayPolice are investigating reports of shots fired near the University of Maryland College Park campus.
SAT, ACT Scores To Remain Optional For UMD Admissions Through 2023 Admission, University Says, Citing COVID-19Submitting SAT or ACT test scores as part of the application process at the University of Maryland, College Park will remain optional for 2022 and 2023 spring and fall applicants, the university announced Monday.
UMD Plans To Have Students Back On Campus, Learning In-Person In FallWith the promise of multiple COVID-19 vaccines and widespread inoculation against the virus, the University of Maryland College Park is planning to have students back on campus for the upcoming fall semester.
State Approves $3.5M Settlement With Family Of Jordan McNairThe Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a $3.5 million settlement with the family of Jordan McNair, a former Terrapins football player who died from a heat stroke in May 2018.
Maryland To Take On Saint Peter's Instead Of George Mason Following Positive COVID Test In Patriots' OrganizationThe Maryland Terrapins men's basketball team saw another schedule change Wednesday due to a positive COVID-19 test within an opponent's organization.
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.