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TerpVision 7: The Capital News Service Covers the Conventions
November 27

A dozen students from the Capital News Service program in the Philip Merrill College of Journalism joined thousands of credentialed journalists during the summer of 2012 covering the Republican and Democratic National conventions. This TerpVision piece captures the adventures of these UMD students as they coverered their first political convention. It turns out the on-the-job training was priceless.


Research Matters: Election 2012
November 27

In this second edition of Research Matters from the University of Maryland, host Don Kettl - dean of the School of Public Policy - talks with Government and Politics Professor Frances Lee and Professor Hank Boyd, the Tyser Teaching Fellow and associate chair, Department of Marketing for the Robert H. Smith School of Business. The subject: Election 2012.

TerpVision 7: The Great Fire of 1912
November 27

Relive University of Maryland history by traveling back in time to 1912 and the "Great Fire" that became "The Blaze That Built Maryland."

The University of Maryland: Fearless Ideas
November 27

The University of Maryland is all about ideas - fearless ideas - that start with a spark and leads to innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit few can compete with.

UMD Bus Collects Hurricane Relief Goods
November 26

The Department of Transportation Services at the University of Maryland successfully worked with students, faculty and staff to "fill a bus" with Hurricane Sandy relief goods during the week of November 12-16, 2012. The supplies were sent to help support the residents of New York and New Jersey who lost virtually everything during the hurricane.

Reported for UMD Newsdesk by Evelyn Rabil.

Newsmaker Interview - UMD President Wallace Loh and UMB President Jay Perman
November 26

University of Maryland President Dr. Wallace Loh and University of Maryland, Baltimore President Dr. Jay Perman recently sat down with the Maryland Daily Record to talk about the new MPowering the State alliance - what it is already accomplishing and what its impact will be in the future. This interview was conducted in early November, 2012.

The Lost Diploma of Pyon Su
November 2

Pyon Su, the first Korean to graduate from any University outside of Korea, was tragically killed just a few months after earning his diploma from what was then the Maryland Agricultural College. That diploma was lost for the last century. When Pyon Su's Great-Great-Great-Nephew discovered the diploma had been preserved by the Calvert family, he jumped at the chance to reclaim a bit of history.

WORLDWISE Arts & Humanities Insights: Ruth Enid Zambrana
November 1

In the second installment in the WORLDWISE Arts & Humanities Insights Video Series, Professor Zambrana provides insights into her research on mainstream thoughts about historically underrepresented minorities in America.

Homecoming Parade 2012
October 23

The University of Maryland celebrated Homecoming Week with a wonderful parade on Friday, October 19, 2012. This video was shot by University Communications Intern Evelyn Rabil and edited by Intern Louie Dane.


University President Dr. Wallace Loh's Fall, 2012 Fall Video Message
October 18

The University of Maryland, College Park, is a major public research university located on 1,250 acres of rolling land on the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. corridor. Just a bike ride away from the nation's capital. Dr. Loh's Fall Video Message highlights the research and innovative events that have taken place this fall.