The theme for this year's month of events is "The Rest of Us."
The $67 million project was designed to promote dialogue across engineering, arts, business and science.
Faculty in the education college said the university's ADVANCE program supports women professors, but the university should do more to remove systemic barriers.
Maryland will likely continue to uphold state protections for abortion after efforts to expand abortion access this legislative session.
The mark will be implemented by 2026.
Classes will now proceed as planned after initially being moved to different academic buildings.
The University currently provides Iftar dinners, as well as breakfast and dinner carry-out options.
Hari Kannan and Zach McKay were part of the university's pilot of a program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The event featured fun games and activities for attendees to enjoy.
The space will feature housing as well as grocery and retail stores for the UMD and College Park community.