Lisa Dorsey
Feb 24
Lisa Dorsey spent more than two decades as an institution equity research sales professional to institutional investors. She worked on the front lines of investing with some of the greatest investors of our generation. Dorsey shares some insights here.

Students painting at a Terps After Dark event
Sep 23
Each fall, the University of Maryland Division of Student Affairs hosts Terps After Dark, a series of substance-free late-night programs during the first six weeks of the semester. This year, the University of Maryland Alumni Association hosted its second annual Paint Night event at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center as part of the Terps After Dark program. 

Photo of Patrick Sullivan '07
Jun 26
Patrick Sullivan ’07 currently serves as the treasurer for the Boston Terps Alumni Network. Patrick joined the executive board in the summer of 2018. Learn about how they are enhancing alumni program in their area.

Jun 24
The first-ever Food for Thought panel was well attended, and highlighted several of Baltimore's finest Terps in the food and beverage industry.

May 10
In 1959, only two women graduated from the University of Maryland with degrees in physics. One of those women — Carla Messina — never expected to travel off the beaten path.

Photo of Nathan & Anna
Apr 30
Nathan Glenn ’12 and Anna (McGucken) Glenn ’12 gained a lot during their time at Maryland -- including each other. But perhaps the most unexpected thing they gained was a new life plan: move to Liberia.

Photo of Terps Under 30
Apr 30
University of Maryland students and alumni are full of Fearless Ideas.

PG Wine Tasting
Apr 25
r. More than 50 Prince George’s County alumni returned to the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center on April 11 for the annual wine tasting, which also included raffle prizes and mingling with fellow Terps.

Pary Harris
Apr 25
Pary Harris ‘65 has been making scrapbooks for the Maryland men’s basketball team for she-doesn’t-know-how-long. But these aren’t your run-of-the-mill hobby scrapbooks.

Terp Entrepreneur Network Launch
Apr 01
From Zest Tea to Under Armour, Terp entrepreneurs are taking the world by storm.

thalia theodore washington
Mar 31
For Thalia Theodore Washington ’00, her turning point was middle school.

Photo of Habib Bahari
Mar 05
Habib Bahari ’80 is the founder and CEO of Bahari Energy and recently partnered with NASA Goddard to make smart wind tower technology a reality. The project compacts the power of wind turbines into a tower. It can scale to provide energy for buildings from the size of a single family home to an entire power plant.

advocacy day 19
Mar 04
What does it mean to be an advocate?

Nyree Berry
Feb 26
Nyree Berry '05 has travelled across many states and fields—from TV production to communications—thanks to her career.

Feb 14
Learn how the CIVICUS network provided about 300 sandwiches to children in need last year!

Photo of Tyler Schepers '16
Feb 14
Tyler Schepers '16 recently became president of the Annapolis Alumni Network. In his role, he drives participation in local events such as Wreaths Across America. For his work to bring the alumni community together, the Terrapin Club honored Tyler with a 30 Under 30 award. Check out our Q&A with Tyler to learn more about how he got involved as a recent grad!

Jan 20
What does it take to make your big dreams come true? For Aurelia Michael ’08, it took hard work, a lot of passion and driving across the country a few times.

Jan 10
Are you thinking about switching to a new career but nervous to take the first step?

Dec 10
On November 9 - 10, the Alumni Association invited its dedicated volunteers back to campus for professional development, networking and celebration.

latinx alumni network of the year
Dec 10
Gerson Elias '12, second from left, got involved with his alma mater to help restart the

Natalia V. Cuadra-Saez
Dec 07
There are many paths to becoming a teacher, but for Natalia V. Cuadra-Saez ’11, it started with a passion for advocacy. Cuadra-Saez got involved in advocacy as a student at the University to Maryland and hasn’t stopped advocating for teaching and learning conditions since.

Mark Johnson
Nov 30
Shortly after graduating from Maryland with his degree in Public Health, Mark Johnson ’78 learned that Terp connections are never far. As a young professional in the business and sales world, he ran into a fellow graduate, which led him to his next venture. Then, he found out that a fraternity brother ran the local office.

freshman mens basketball team future all americans
Nov 27
The University of Maryland Archives works to ensure the continued preservation of and access to the many aspects of university history.

Ceylon Mitchell Photo credit: Catrilla Watson, Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA).
Nov 20
When Ceylon Mitchell M.M.’16 first came to the University of Maryland for graduate school, he arrived with a strong passion for music. During his time at UMD, he gained something more — a love of multimedia production. Now, he has combined his passions to create M3 | Music Media, which provides personalized multimedia services to musicians.

Jenny Hottle
Oct 31
Jenny Hottle ’15 ’17 always knew she had an interest in journalism. She worked at school newspapers since middle school and recognized Maryland was the perfect university for her as soon as she stepped foot in the open house at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. But it was joining the Design Cultures and Creativity (DCC) living and learning program that added a whole new perspective.

Wendy Merrill ’94
Oct 11
Scared of networking? That’s okay—you’re not alone. Most people, regardless of age or career path, are nervous when it comes to putting themselves out there.

Aug 31
When Evan Parker ’05 (fifth from right) was a student at Maryland, he got his start in the sports industry.

Aug 08
For Bill Johnston III ’92, being a Terp has always been a family affair.

Amina Ahmad ’12
Jul 17
In Amina K. Ahmad ‘12’s notebook from when she was a student, you’ll find a host of ideas, from tote bags made of melted plastic bags to designs for a handmade dress.

Dr. April Martin ’03
May 01
In today’s office climate, feeling overwhelmed is standard. It’s easy to write off articles and seminars regarding wellness when you feel like you don’t even have the time to consider it.

Nefretiti Nassar ’10, MS ’12
Dec 19
When Nefretiti Nassar ’10, MS ’12 completed her studies at the University of Maryland in Electrical Engineering and Systems Engineering, she saw a need for pre-professional mentorship.