Funding makes a world of difference for international students
Chemistry and Biochemistry
UMD Biology Student Roy Westerman is researching how plants and fungi might help solve our PFAS problem.
UMD grad student reimagines career, science teaching methods
UMD chemistry graduate student, Mady Larson, is researching drought-tolerant plants.
For UMD grad Amanda Fowler, the journey was just as important as the destination
Associate Professor Kathryn Schreiner has been named a fellow in the fourth cohort of the IAspire Leadership Academy.
A National Science Foundation Grant for $750,000 was recently awarded to professors Arshia Khan (Computer Science) and Anne Hinderliter (Chemistry and Biochemistry), both from UMD, and Sherri Turner (Educational Psychology) from UMTC for "Networking and Computing: Scholarships and Support for Computing Students." Most of the funds support students from groups that are under-represented in STEM fields, with the goal of helping them graduate and move into successful careers.
Kari Olson answers “Why me?” with “Why not?’”
Future plan: A medical career that also helps patients overcome cultural barriers.
“The Burden and Behavior of Plastics in Lake Superior and Beyond”