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University of Maryland, College Park

University of Maryland, College Park
The University of Maryland, College Park is Maryland's flagship public university. Its campus is located in Prince George's County, near the intersection of Interstate 95 and the Capital Beltway. Notable alumni include Steny Hoyer, Sergey Brin and Kevin Plank.
The University of Maryland, College Park is Maryland's flagship public university. Its campus is located in Prince George's County, near the intersection of Interstate 95 and the Capital Beltway. Notable alumni include Steny Hoyer, Sergey Brin and Kevin Plank. « Show less

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  • Howard County baseball teams look to end state title drought

    Howard County baseball teams look to end state title drought
    Each spring, as baseball diamonds around Howard County thaw out, hope is renewed that a local public school team will return to Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen for the state championship game. But each spring for the last five years, Howard County has come...
  • Local dentist elected honored fellow of American Academy of Implant Dentistry

    Dr. Richard Grubb, a dentist from Havre de Grace, was elected an Honored Fellow at the American Academy of Implant Dentistry's 62nd Annual Meeting. The Honored Fellow designation is awarded to members of the AAID who, through their professional, clinical,...
  • St. Mary's College names Tuajuanda Jordan president

    St. Mary's College names Tuajuanda Jordan president
    St. Mary's College of Maryland has selected as its new president a dean from a small Oregon college who has Maryland roots, the college announced Wednesday. Tuajuanda Jordan, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of chemistry at Lewis...
  • John Patrick Cook, health care sales consultant

    John Patrick Cook, health care sales consultant
    John Patrick Cook, a consultant in health care sales who was active in Baltimore County recreation league soccer coaching, died Friday at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Towson resident was 44. Family members said Mr. Cook died of...
  • Westminster minister helped raise awareness of civil rights in 1940s

    In 1945, institutional racism in Maryland was a hot topic. In part, the discussion was driven by pragmatism in that, according to research by historian Kenneth D. Durr, more than 20 percent of the population in Baltimore was said to be black. But...
  • Philip J. DiPaula, teacher

    Philip J. DiPaula, teacher
    Philip Joseph DiPaula, a retired Forest Park and Polytechnic Institute science teacher who received two Purple Hearts during World War II, died of Alzheimer's disease complications Saturday at St. Agnes Hospital. The Edmondson Heights resident was 90....
  • Torrey Smith to award scholarship honoring his late brother during charity basketball game

    Torrey Smith to award scholarship honoring his late brother during charity basketball game
    Two years ago, the younger brother of Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith died in a motorcycle accident in Virginia. Now, Smith is honoring his late brother, Tevin Jones, through a scholarship fund in his name to be awarded Saturday during halftime of a...
  • Officials hope west side properties will get another look

    Officials hope west side properties will get another look
    City and university officials are trying, again, to jumpstart development on the city’s west side. University of Maryland Baltimore plans to seek developers for almost a block of properties close to its campus, bounded by N. Eutaw, Fayette, Paca...
  • UM physics professor a lauded scientist, passionate teacher

    UM physics professor a lauded scientist, passionate teacher
    Professor James Gates delivers his big ideas in analogies and metaphors. Setting lax standards for schoolchildren in science classes is like teaching them to dunk a basketball on a 9-foot-high hoop, when kids the next town over play with one 10 feet...
  • Robert Dwight

    Robert Dwight
    Robert Lenox Dwight, a retired engineer who founded the National Electronics Museum and was active in the Assateague Coastal Trust and the Cylburn Arboretum, died of pneumonia March 22 at Baywoods of Annapolis. He was 91 and had lived on Gibson Island....
  • An underreported crime [Editorial]

    An underreported crime  [Editorial]
    According to a recent White House report, one out of every five young women is victimized by a sexual assault during her college years. Yet nearly half those crimes are never reported to school officials or to police. Only about 12 percent of students...
  • Richard P. Healy, environmental engineer

    Richard P. Healy, environmental engineer
    Richard P. Healy, an environmental engineer whose career with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency spanned more than three decades, died Saturday of esophageal cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The longtime Hamilton...