Posted on 6/15/21

In this news release from the Montgomery County Government, the Universities at Shady Grove is recognized for the pivotal role it plays with its university partners in educating students and growing the STEM workforce in our region.

Posted on 6/14/21

The widespread distribution of COVID-19 vaccines makes it possible to end the pandemic which has impacted our lives over the last several months.

Posted on 6/14/21

When it comes to questions that students at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) may have about whether or not to get a COVID-19 vaccination, we thought there was no better place to turn for some perspective than from their fellow students at USG.

Posted on 6/8/21

One of the major challenges for our region’s booming life sciences industry is finding enough qualified workers.

Posted on 5/7/21

On Monday, April 12, 2021, the Lab for Entrepreneurship and Transformative Leadership at the Universities at Shady Grove hosted a fascinating virtual interview with Mike Xen

Posted on 4/16/21

The Universities at Shady Grove (USG) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020-2021 USG Achievement Awards. This year, 36 students received an award based on nominations by staff, faculty and their peers in three award categories, which include the following:

Posted on 4/9/21

The Universities at Shady Grove celebrates the incredible diversity of its student body each day.

Posted on 3/31/21

When the Universities at Shady Grove was founded in 2000, it marked the launch of a unique model for higher education delivery – with a campus offering undergraduate programs from multiple universities to

Posted on 3/20/21

Before he was a congressman, David Trone made his mark as an entrepreneur and founder of the nationwide retail chain now known as Total Wine & More, a beer, wine and liquor superstore with more than 200 locations and an online business that has grown exponentially in the face

Posted on 2/23/21

In normal times, USG Student Ambassadors lead campus tours and support an array of events and activities, always living up to their names as true “ambassadors” for the USG community.