“My goal is to educate as many students as I can about sustainability,” said Lisa Alexander, Resident Life's sustainability programs coordinator and co-coordinator for the Green Terp program.
The app is called Shellter, and it's set to launch in August.
UMD researchers conducted a comprehensive study about how aspects of the built and social environments play a role in COVID-19 transmission in the city.
Being online instead of with peers in a classroom, many students are using the messaging app more this semester to help them communicate with classmates.
Despite differing medical opinions on whether blue light causes eye strain, some students say the glasses are helping them get through the virtual semester.
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 work of these researchers has been made possible, in part, by grants awarded by this university's Division of Research.
The research investigates the impact of stay-at-home and social distancing orders on movement.
The team tracked tweets that mention race and saw how they lined up with the cardiovascular disease cases in an area.