In an open letter, Plank said his statements to CNBC on Feb. 7 did not reflect his intent.
“We are against a travel ban,” the company stated.
Plank, a University of Maryland alumnus, praised President Trump’s business mindset.
More than 200 University of Maryland faculty members, including the University Senate chair, signed on.
UMD joined other Big 10 and University System of Maryland institutions.
Plank said Trump’s business agenda is a “real asset” to the United States.
President Loh has called federal appropriations “essential to the quality of life, economic vitality and security of our nation.”
Officials held the 25-year-old student and green card holder in Dulles airport after she returned from Turkey.
Aida Mohammadi, who has a green card, was returning from visiting relatives in Turkey.
U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) was one of many politicians to voice their concerns.