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The University of Maryland plays a critical role in every part of the state’s economy. Each year, our flagship institution graduates thousands of students that strengthen the workforce as scientists, scholars, engineers, entrepreneurs and innovators. We attract investment, launch successful startups and stimulate job creation. We share our expertise with businesses and communities on important issues such as health care, education, and the environment. We are proud to serve our state.

Capital Budget Testimony 2014

I am pleased to provide testimony to the General Assembly for our FY 2015 capital budget request.

Testimony to the Maryland General Assembly 2013

I am pleased to provide testimony to the General Assembly for our FY 2014 capital budget request.

Day One

After a wonderful weekend of Homecoming activities, today I start my first official day as your president. I am honored and humbled to serve. I am honored because the University of Maryland is one of the great research universities in the country.

Purple Line Town Hall Meeting

Faculty, staff and students are invited to a town hall meeting, hosted by the President's Office, to discuss the Purple Line light rail system. As you may know, the proposed transit line would run between Bethesda and New Carrollton, passing through Silver Spring, Takoma Park, the College Park campus, and Riverdale.

Testimony to the Maryland General Assembly 2011

DESPITE THE DIFFICULT ECONOMY, UM’S FOCUS IS STEADFAST.

Proposal to Study UMD-UMB Merger

As you may know by now, Maryland Senate President Mike Miller recently proposed that the University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents "study and ... develop a plan to merge the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) ... in a manner that does not eliminate but rather expands resources and opportunities at each of the campuses under a single University of Maryland."

Responses to DLS FY12 Operating Budget Analysis

The President should comment on the impact that personnel reductions in the areas that provide student support services have on UMCP's efforts to close its achievement gap.

Wallace Loh Inauguration

Last week, I formally accepted the honor and the responsibility to serve as the 33rd president of the University of Maryland. I assume this office with humility, because I stand on the shoulders of the giants who preceded me, Dan Mote and Brit Kiran.

Report to the General Assembly 2013

The University of Maryland continues growing stronger in academics, research and impact.

Responses to DLS FY15 Operating Budget Analysis

Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee, I want to thank you and the entire legislature, as well as Governor O'Malley for your remarkable support.

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