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UM Designated U.S. Intel Center of Excellence - First Ever in MD

The University of Maryland has been designated an Intelligence Community "Center of Academic Excellence" by the U.S. government - the first higher education institution in the state to be selected for the program, and one of only 14 universities participating nationwide.

The program provides funding to enhance Maryland's ability to prepare students for government service and leadership positions in the Intelligence Community: $300,000 dollars annually for up to five years.

View the full story at the UM Newsdesk.

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January 11, 2010


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