The university's current COVID-19 response includes other virtual initiatives.
Maryland has the 12th highest incidence of Lyme disease among all states.
The program is one of President Pines’ initial goals.
The university’s power plant saw a 24 percent reduction from last year in natural gas use in March and April, according to a report from Facilities Management.
The business school saw the highest increase in summer class enrollment per class, according to a Diamondback analysis.
The work of these researchers has been made possible, in part, by grants awarded by this university's Division of Research.
A campus task force is providing recommendations on how research should return to campus.
Other viruses like polio, the flu and hepatitis C are influenced by RNA.
The program provides $15,000 toward closing costs for city and university employees for new home purchases in College Park.
"Seeing the image reminded me of the giddy feeling I had as a boy when I first learned about black holes."