It's not just about jobs, it's about ownership opportunities.
Social workers learn how to effectively welcome home our troops.
An honor to serve those who serve.
For the Terps, it was a year of "Fearless Ideas."
Helping service members on the road home is a family affair.
Keeping student veterans engaged with their futures is job #1.
To better serve those that served our nation.
Sitting in the shadow of our nation’s capital, the University of Maryland shines as a beacon of scholarship and innovation inside the beltway and out. Since its earliest years as the first agricultural research university in the U.S., the Terps have long been forerunners in the fields of entrepreneurship and sustainability. Today, the school is home to one of the largest public university research parks (M Square) and a groundbreaking Office of Sustainability that has become a pacesetter for eco-consciousness at the university level. Home to six Nobel laureates (four faculty and two alumni), the school has a diverse pool of alums
“I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear …” – Walt Whitman The “varied carols” described by Whitman in his immortal poem remind us of an important truth about our country, one that’s inscribed on the Great Seal of the United States: E Pluribus Unum. From the many, one. Whitman’s writing was in praise of the great multitude of people who worked in many different ways to build the strong nation that endures to this day. This Fourth of July, LiveBIG celebrates a song of America not unlike Whitman’s, but with a focus on how the universities of the
Dr. Sudip Bose gained some incredible and excruciating memories while serving one of the longest combat tours by a physician since World War II. But for him, one moment from Iraq will always stand out. “It was a religious holiday and there were thousands and thousands of people marching on the roads,” Bose said, “and in that crowd of the committed religious celebrators, there were about 12 men who were strapped to bombs. “The bombs detonated — these were suicide bombers — and there were hundreds of bodies lying on the ground. I was about 800 meters away. I went