The national trial, called the Mix and Match COVID-19 Booster Study, is being conducted at ten sites across the U.S., including the medical school.
Professors want to see more provisions added to the bill, especially when it comes to giving faculty more of a say in hiring their colleagues.
As students and faculty return to the classroom, some have questioned if the university is truly ready to return to full in-person learning.
The university is anticipating a return to normal operations in the fall semester.
Women, particularly women of color, are underrepresented in full-time academic positions.
Some public health professors say that increased education should be used to combat hesitancy towards the vaccine.
Although some professors choose to write their own books for their classes, many don't profit from their sales.
Some professors are gearing up to go back into the classroom after holding online-only classes for the first two weeks of the semester.
The university's Jewish Student Center is helping students hold Seder dinners in College Park.
Professors stuck at home with kids say they're learning to balance their two roles.