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TerpVision 14: David C. Driskell Center
November 3

The David C. Driskell Center for the study of the visual arts and culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora, is home to one of the great collections of African art in the country. And it’s right here at the University of Maryland.

TerpVision 14: Long Branch
November 3

President Loh has said that the future of our University is tied to the future of the surrounding community. Just one example is a project underway in the community of Long Branch. The vision? Art can have a transformative impact in our local neighborhoods.

President Wallace D. Loh's Fall 2014 Video Message
October 16

President Loh shares the exciting things happening this fall at UMD. From the celebration of the silver anniversary of our very own Alumni Association to fantastic new academic buildings that will usher in an era of innovation here at UMD, there is excitement all across campus. Advances in research and new directions in our robust arts community are also detailed in the video.

TerpVision 14: NextNOW Fest
October 8

The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center kicked off its 2014–15 season with the NextNOW Festival, welcoming students and the larger community to more than 50 performances showcasing the future of the arts.

Two Days, $1.5 Million in Free Dental Care at UMD
October 8

UMD’s XFINITY Center was transformed into a mobile dental clinic to provide $1.5 million of free dental care and preventive health services to more than 1,000 underserved, uninsured, and underinsured adults at the Mission of Mercy and Health Equity Festival.

MPowering the State
October 8

Collaborative research. Joint educational programs. Greater impact for the State of Maryland. By any measure, MPowering the State has made a dramatic impact in just a few short years.

UMD Celebrates Historic Gift
September 15

Highlights from the historic $31 million gift announcement from Oculus co-founder and CEO and UMD alumnus Brendan Iribe – the largest gift in the university's history.

UMD Announces Largest Gift in University History
September 12

The University of Maryland announced today a gift of $31 million from Oculus VR co-founder and CEO and UMD alumnus, Brendan Iribe – the largest gift in the university's history. The majority of the gift, $30 million, will help fund construction of the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Innovation, and the remaining $1 million will establish the Brendan Iribe Scholarship in Computer Science.

TerpVision 14: DeVos Institute Comes to UMD
September 9

Former Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser brings his renowned DeVos Institute of Arts Management to UMD, opening new avenues for academic opportunities and research, particularly concerning technology and diversity in the arts.

Mpact Week: Disaster Resilience
August 25

Join the University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering for Mpact Week: Disaster Resilience.