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Duo While Traveling Internationally

February 18, 2019

Learn how Duo can be used outside of the United States.
Nora Curtis

Looking Back, Moving Forward

February 15, 2019

Honoring the oral history of anti-racist activists.
Sign that say "Danger Phising"

Beware Phishing and Spear Phishing Attacks!

February 15, 2019

Scam artists are now using a targeted version of phishing scams, known as "spear phishing." Don't be their next victim.
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Introduction to Digital Accessibility for Instructors and TAs

February 14, 2019

Learn what it means for course elements to be "digital accessible" and ways to create an inclusive environment.
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Rob Wittig & Monstrous Weather Netprov

February 13, 2019

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Rob Wittig's recent Netprov project featured in Electronic Book Review article.
Carissa Harvey

Yes Means Yes

February 12, 2019

Graduate student researches communication among the sexes.
Dr. Arshia Khan with her students and robot Pepper.

Increasing the Bandwidth

February 12, 2019

A regional conference for young women studying computer science being held at UMD.
UMD's Civil Engineering building in the winter

SCSE Highlights for January 2019

February 6, 2019

Highlighting Swenson College of Science & Engineering faculty and staff achievements from January 2019.
Trees cut down at Hartley Nature Center

Scattered or clumped? Harvest guidelines leave scientists stumped

February 4, 2019

Understanding what's best for wildlife after tree harvesting is not straightforward. NRRI scientists are unraveling the research.
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February 2019: Canvas Information and Events

February 1, 2019

Migration assistance, webinars, workshops, sessions, support, and much more is available for you.