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Latest Scholars News


Scholars Awards the Citation Class of 2015

Tri-Star Award winner, Errin Saunders, with Life Sciences Director Reid Compton and Assistant Director Jess Wilke during the College Park Scholars Citation Awards Ceremony on October 2.
Members of the Scholars community gathered in Oakland Hall to celebrate the College Park Scholars Citation Class of 2015 award winners on October 2.



Scholars Help Launch Sustainable Tailgating Effort On Campus

Classmates Matthew Reilly and Teresa Kent launched the project for Sustainable Tailgating after receiving a $2,130 grant from university’s Office of Sustainability. Sustainable Tailgating is a program designed to help reduce the amount of recyclables thrown into the landfill stream.


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Scholars Partners with Maryland LEAD to Create the Terrapin Leadership Institute

Maryland LEAD, a campus organization that empowers students to fulfill their capacity as leaders is bringing their Terrapin Leadership Institute (TLI) program to College Park Scholars. TLI’s mission is to help students create positive social change in the community and beyond with a free five week leadership workshop series.



Scholars Trash Talks Begin September 30

Majora Carter, founder of Sustainable South Bronx, will share how a cleaner, greener infrastructure can help move Americans out of poverty on September 30 at 5:00 p.m. in the Colony Ballroom.
College Park Scholars will kick off “Trash Talks”, a speaker and film series associated with its annual theme, Trash: The Problem of Waste in Our Lives and World, on September 30.  Scholars will host Majora Carter, a MacArthur and Peabody Award-winning urban revitalization strategist who will address how a cleaner, greener infrastructure can help move people out of poverty.


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