Service and Impact to the State

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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.

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.

Testimony to the Maryland General Assembly 2014

The University of Maryland pursues innovation and excellence in all its work.

Capital Budget Testimony 2015

I am pleased to provide testimony to the General Assembly for our FY 2016 capital budget request.

2011 Maryland General Assembly Session

I am writing to inform you regarding the 2011 Maryland General Assembly legislative session and its impact on UM operations. We have fared very well, given the fiscal constraints across the State.

UMD and China Relations

I am writing to report to you on my recent seven-day China visit with Governor Martin O'Malley.

Intercollegiate Athletic Budget

Maryland Athletics has a long, proud, and storied tradition. Our school has produced great student athletes, great coaches, winning seasons, and national championships.

UMD-UMB Merger Study

I am writing to update you on the request by the Maryland General Assembly in April 2011 to the University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents (BOR) for a study on "merging" the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB).

Merger Study Open Forums

In April 2011, the Maryland General Assembly mandated that the University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents (BOR) undertake a study on the possibility of merging the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.


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