The Gemstone Honors Program at the University of Maryland is a unique multidisciplinary four-year research program for selected undergraduate honors students of all majors. Now in it's seventeenth year, the Gemstone Honors Program continues to challenge and support students in the development of their research, teamwork, communication and leadership skills. Learn more about Gemstone.
News and Announcements
Gemstone Top Terps Awards Reception
April 23, 2015
Make sure to register for Top Terps! Monday, April 27th, 2015 from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the Special Events Room, McKeldin Library, the Gemstone Honors Program will recognize significant contributions from students, mentors, and librarians from all Gemstone cohorts.
* Light refreshments will be served *
Congratulations to Tori Monsaint-Queeney and Kelsey Malloy!
April 16, 2015
Tori Monsaint-Zueeney and Kelsey Mallow have been awarded the presigious National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship.
Gemstone is Now a Gold Level Green Certified Office!
April 8, 2015
Gemstone is thrilled to announce that we are now a Gold level Green certified office! Learn more about our sustainability efforts.
Congratulations to Michael Sikorski and Winston Liu!
March 31, 2015
Michael Sikorski and Winston Liu are Maryland Medallion Society winners and finalists for the Byrd/Elkins awards at the University Awards at the end of April.
Additionally, Michael Sikorski is the recipient of a Fullbright grant. He plans to defer medical school for a year, while he conducts research in Spain. Read More.
Dr. Hu Involved in Research to Boost Battery Capacity
January 8, 2015
Dr. Liangbing Hu, Team NATURE's mentor, is reasearching technicques for faster battery charging. Read more.
PIEZO and NATURE Mentors Receive Federal Funding for Energy Saving Research
January 5, 2015
Dr. Bao Yang (PIEZO) and Dr. Bing Hu (NATURE) are part of two research teams launching new federally-funded research projects designed to create personal technologies for keeping individuals comfortably cool or warm, while shrinking the energy needs of the buildings they occupy. Read More.