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University of Maryland School of Public Health experts are responding to the global coronavirus pandemic, helping the public to stay safe and healthy, correcting misinformation whenever possible and sharing the latest science on COVID-19 transmission and vaccine delivery.

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SPH News Stories in Maryland Today

students fill plates at Thanksgiving gathering

A Yam Good Time

Terps Enjoy Turkey, Crab Cakes, Korean Pancakes at Thanksgiving Meals Across Campus
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Three Gymkana members flip

Fun to Flip Out Over

Gymkana Members Fly High for 10 Minutes Straight at Annual Fundraiser
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$1M NSF Award to Support Data-powered Fight Against Pandemics

System to Use Social Media, GPS, Government Data to Improve Predictive Models, Communications
View Article $1M NSF Award to Support Data-powered Fight Against Pandemics

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Elected officials and campus leaders gather to support the University of Maryland School of Public Health Legacy Leadership program.

Celebrating 20 years of the Legacy Leadership Institute for Public Policy

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Hanley, Ph.D. ’21, named Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer

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