Just a little bit of bragging about our faculty, staff, students and alumni.
professor, School of Health and Human Services and School of Public and International Affairs
Lyles was recognized as a distinguished alumnus in the Winter 2017 edition of Capsule, the alumni magazine of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. The magazine highlights alumni who have made invaluable contributions in education, entrepreneurship, practice, research and the community. View the complete publication: http://bit.ly/2iYIUkK .
undergraduate student, B.S. in Health Systems Management
Christine Hunter was awarded the prestigious Douglas Sheppard Memorial Scholarship. The $3,000 scholarship, sponsored by the Maryland Association of Health Care Executives, is awarded to one graduate and one undergraduate healthcare administration or management student who has exhibited ethical behavior, demonstrated leadership qualities and contributed to their school’s knowledge base through active participation in student activities
IVAN SASCHA SHEEHAN
Stanley, professor in the School of Criminal Justice, and Sheehan , associate professor in the School of Public and International Affairs (pictured with UB President Kurt L. Schmoke), have been named recipients of a 2016 University System of Maryland Regents' Faculty Award. Sheehan received the award for Excellence in Mentoring, while Stanley received the award for Excellence in Public Service.
lecturer, School of Health and Human Services
Weisman was elected as the Regent for the Maryland Association of Healthcare Executives (MAHCE). The Regent is the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) leader within a specified geographic jurisdiction elected by the voting members to represent the interests of members in the governance of ACHE and its chapters. In this role, the Regent promotes the vision, mission and values of ACHE. Weisman will begin his three-year tenure in March 2017.
graduate student, M.S. in Negotiations and Conflict Management
Adams submitted a request and secured an official proclamation designating October 20, 2016 as "Conflict Resolution Day" in the City of Baltimore. The official document is signed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and there’s even a special mention of the Negotiations and Conflict Management Student Association and UB.