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How does Schuler's UMD contract compare to rest of WCHA?

Duluth News Tribune 22 Jul 2024
Shannon Miller, who led UMD to five NCAA championships in her 16 seasons, had a base salary of $207,000 her final season in 2014-15 before not receiving another contract and being dismissed ... from UMD.

Stand on the right, walk on the left… or don't: UMD professor says unwritten Metro ...

NBC Washington 19 Jul 2024
From a logistical, academic standpoint, it might make sense. But convincing Metro riders is another matter entirely ... .

Former Frostburg, UMD tackle drafted in UFL

Cumberland Times News 19 Jul 2024
ARLINGTON, Texas — Former Frostburg State and Maryland offensive tackle Gottlieb Ayedze was drafted by the DC Defenders in the United Football League draft on Wednesday ... .

UMD's Cox nominated for Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

Duluth News Tribune 19 Jul 2024
Cox was one of 400 UMD students to participate in the Be the Match drive on April 20, 2023, which consisted of a cheek swab to be entered into a digital registry for possible donation opportunities.

Former Gopher Bixby to make return to football at UMD

Duluth News Tribune 19 Jul 2024
Bixby, whose uncle Corey Goblirsch played baseball for the Bulldogs during the late 2000s, took two campus visits before landing on UMD in hopes of growing academically and as a player ... UMD will open its season on Thursday, Aug.

UMD coaches, administrators were highest-paid employees in Maryland in 2023, following national trend

Baltimore Sun 19 Jul 2024
University of Maryland coaches and administrators were the highest-paid employees in the state in 2023, mirroring soaring compensation costs across the country ... Coaches ... representative who played basketball at UMD ... He received $1.23 million in 2023 ... .

Schuler's love of UMD keeps her committed to Bulldogs

Duluth News Tribune 12 Jul 2024
Before that, she said she was in contact with current and incoming Bulldogs to let them know what a special place UMD was, and that no matter what happened, the Bulldogs were still going to do great things despite the transition to a new head coach.

Former Montgomery Co. Superintendent Monifa McKnight lands job at U.Md.

Wtop 10 Jul 2024
Former Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Monifa McKnight, who resigned amid the Maryland school system’s handling of accusations of bullying and sexual harassment, has a new gig ... The new position is in effect starting Aug. 23.

After over 20 years, Chesapeake Bay sees a health grade boost from C to C+

Wtop 10 Jul 2024
It may not be an Ivy League grade, but the Chesapeake Bay’s score from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has increased from a C to a C+ ... A major source of the problem is the runoff from agriculture ... Source .

Maryland settles with state workers for wage theft, former UMD professor for discrimination

Baltimore Sun 03 Jul 2024
State officials approved a $222,000 settlement Wednesday to employees at the Maryland Department of Health for undercut wages they received while performing multiple jobs within the agency. Patrick Moran said that, under former Republican Gov ... .

One heat wave you can handle, but what happens to your body when they become routine?

Wtop 03 Jul 2024
The last heat wave to scorch the D.C. region is barely a memory and already the next one is coming back ... The sweating, nausea, weakness and cramps related to heat are bad enough ... Source .

U.Md. summer camp helps middle schoolers with life lessons through sports, with insight from ‘the Wizard’

Wtop 28 Jun 2024
The program, LiFESports, started at Ohio State University and is replicated at other colleges around the country ... Jay Goldstein, a senior lecturer at the School of Public Health and the director of the LiFEsports initiative at UMD ... Source .

U.Md. economist: DC projections for benefits of Commanders stadium are ‘reasonable’

Wtop 20 Jun 2024
The projected benefits of a new Washington Commanders stadium being built in D.C., which were detailed in a report the city released last week, are largely honest and reasonable, according to a University of Maryland economist who reviewed it.

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