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March 29
Fungal Disease Threatens Hundreds of Amphibian Species Worldwide
Global-scale analysis of amphibian "die-off" paints a grim picture:  declines in 500 species, 90 of which are now extinct 
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March 29
UMD Invites Leading Government, Business & Academic Experts to Discuss “Holistic” Cyber Threat Response at Executive Cybersecurity Summit
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Georgina Dodge, VPDI March 25
University of Maryland Appoints Georgina Dodge to Lead Diversity and Inclusion
With decades of work in advocacy and building inclusive communities, Dodge joins UMD in the newly elevated Vice President position.   
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March 25
UMD Researchers’ Wood-based Technology Creates Electricity from Heat
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March 25
University of Maryland Listed Among Peace Corps’ Top 10 Volunteer-Producing Schools
UMD ranks No. 10 among large schools on the Peace Corps' 2019 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list
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March 25
UMD Scientists Create Method for Remote Detection of Radioactive Material
New UMD method, if scaled up with additional advancements, could be used to improve security at ports of entry 
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March 18
Researchers Make Urgent Call for Study of Noise Pollution on Fish
A survey of research on aquatic noise pollution reveals huge gap in knowledge about impacts of human-generated noise in aquatic environments
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March 15
New Experiment Aces Quantum Scrambling Test
Work could have applications to quantum computing and the science of black holes 
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March 13
Maryland SAFE Center for Human Trafficking Survivors Joins School of Public Health
  
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March 12
UMD Graduate Programs Secure High Rankings by U.S. News and World Report
Four UMD graduate programs/specialities rank in the top 5 and ten in top 10 in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 Best Graduate School rankings
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March 11
New UMD Microscopy Method Could Improve LASIK Surgery
University of Maryland bioengineers pave the way for direct determination of visual acuity with new technique for precise measurement of light’s refraction in the eyes 
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March 8
UMD Raises Over $2M On Sixth Annual Giving Day
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A marine ribbon worm regrowing its head (lightly colored end) March 6
Scientists Find Worms that ‘Recently’ Evolved Ability to Regrow Heads
New study reveals regeneration of amputated body parts is not always an ancient trait
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March 5
UMD Team Again Reaches “Final Four” in HUD Affordable Housing Competition
Terp teams finished first last year and second in 2016: their two previous entries in this prestigious graduate student design competition 
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March 4
Advisory Committee to Review Progress on Implementation of UMD Athletic Reforms
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