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The world's bees are in big trouble — even more than you might have realized.
College students without cars now have another ride-sharing option, thanks to an app a University of Maryland student developed.
The Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center (ESSIC) has been awarded a five-year, $64.8 million cooperative agreement with NASA. Established in 1999, ESSIC is a joint center of the University of Maryland and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center that supports research, teaching and career training in Earth system science.
A group of University of Maryland students in the Gemstone Honors Program are developing a prototype that has the potential to expand the scope of hybrid vehicle technology.
We are proud to present the premiere of the BTN LiveBIG video about the University of Maryland Sustainability Fund! If you're watching the Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament on the Big Ten Network be on the look out!
The University of Maryland's Campus Maps app is getting an upgrade in the next few months to make it more accessible and user-friendly to students, staff and visitors who want to navigate the campus.
As a part of RecycleMania, Facilities Management is hosting a free electronics recycling and sensitive document shredding event on Wednesday, March 29 from 9am-2pm at Lot 3a.
Three years ago, a three-acre vegetable garden took root in Upper Marlboro as part of a University of Maryland pilot program to provide fresh food to this university. And after supplying tens of thousands of pounds of food and educating hundreds of students, the program plans to keep expanding.
Give back to power innovation that improves our world by making a donation this year on Giving Day UMD on Wednesday, March 8.
Sustainable Tuesdays continue on Tuesday, March 7 with "Student Opportunities in Sustainability at College Park" featuring Mark Stewart, Office of Sustainability and several UMD student sustainability leaders.
The University of Maryland's transition from a-la-carte to Anytime Dining has saved Dining Services from purchasing more than 6 million takeout containers, straws, lids and disposable utensils, according to Dining Services.