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Computers that See, Hear and Think Like Humans
May 11

A multidisciplinary research and education center at the University of Maryland is developing computer systems that can replicate human sensory skills like eyesight, hearing and perception. The Center for Automation Research is currently working on new technologies that will make our lives safer, healthier—and with the help of a personal robot chef—perhaps a little more stress free.

My Design
May 11

We’d like to introduce you to a very special student athlete. She competes in two varsity sports, she also created her own unique major that combines art, architecture, engineering and sustainability. Plus she has a hiden talent. Here is..Shade Pratt.

Strawberry Fields Forever
May 11

New wireless sensor technology from UMD is helping farmers better protect crops from frost, reduce water usage and cut down on fertilizer—all to enhance production of juicy, red strawberries.

TerpVision 16
May 11

Join TerpVision student host Javier Scott for UMD stories of impact and inspiration on campus, in College Park and around the world. There's always something good to watch on TerpVision.

UMD MakerBot Innovation Center: Fostering Entrepreneurship
May 1

On April 23, UMD’s A. James Clark School of Engineering launched its MakerBot Innovation Center, the first center of its kind in the Baltimore-Washington region and the sixth university-based MakerBot Innovation Center in the world. Learn more: http://go.umd.edu/Zjf

President Wallace D. Loh's Spring 2015 Video Message
April 23
An Exciting Announcement to Kickoff #30DaysUMD
April 2

For more information about #30DaysUMD: http://www.umd.edu/30Days/

Join Our World of Fearless Ideas: Maryland Day 2015
March 31

Saturday, April 25 10am - 4pm

For more information: http://marylandday.umd.edu/

Food Recovery Network
March 30

Discover how Maryland Students created the Food Recovery Network to recycle thousands of pounds of unused food back to the community, won the Do Good Challenge and is now expanding into other parts of Maryland and the USA. 

Diversity in the Arts Panel Discussion: Legends in the Field
March 30

The DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland kicks off a new series of research-oriented explorations into the greatest issues of concern to the future of the arts.