UMD Professor and Chair William Bowerman Named as the Sole Ornithologist on a New Standing Committee for the Care and Use of Animals in Research by the National Academies of Science
Bowerman was appointed as a world-renowned expert on environmental change, studying its impacts through eagle populations and other birds of prey, and a highly-regarded researcher, teacher, and leader.
UMD Professor Honored with Distinguished Career Award by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association
Roselina Angel recognized for her ongoing contributions to poultry science, nutrition, and sustainability.
Keeping Up with Brood X Cicada Emergence
What you need to know about Brood X cicadas from our resident Bug Guy, Mike Raupp.
UMD Collaborates Across Disciplines to Characterize the Economics and Value of Pollination
Research review provides insights into the sustainability and resilience of managed versus wild pollinators.
UMD Researcher Awarded New Funds from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to Head Off Tick-borne Infection Before it Begins
Research represents one of many funding sources dedicated to translational research to develop therapeutics and vaccines and reduce the burden of tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease.
UMD Researchers Study Metabolism and Liver Function in Embryonic Chickens and Hatchlings, with Implications for Poultry Production, Welfare, and Liver Disease
Findings could improve both animal and human health, providing insights into liver and metabolic disease in animals and humans.