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March 7th, 2007
Global rankings give university a boost
A well-known Chinese institute that issues global rankings on universities around the world ranked this university among the top 25 colleges and universities in three out of five broad academic subject areas this year.
Farvardin attributed Maryland's high placement in the rankings to increased investment in the school's engineering program by faculty and staff and improved curriculae in bioengineering, energy, wireless communications and nanotechnology programs in recent years.
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