The Nov. 9 edition of UB's "Divided Baltimore" class will invite guest lecturers to examine the role of culture, the arts and social entrepreneurship in addressing the city's issues. The class is free and open to the public.
Ting Zhang, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, has received a grant from the Ewing Marion Kaufmann Foundation to explore the connections between aging and entrepreneurship.
Jay Ripley, B.S. '79, will discuss the life of a "serial entrepreneur" on Oct. 1 as the University of Baltimore's Merrick Engages Series continues. Find out how this highly successful entrepreneur sees opportunities that others might miss.
Seven students were named winners of the University of Baltimore's third annual Rise to the Challenge competition, with judges from the world of start-ups and small businesses assessing the merits of their various business proposals on April 16. The competition is an opportunity for students from across campus to describe their business concepts as they would to a venture capital executive, a potential customer, or even to a skeptical stranger. The winners take home a cash prize and offers of in-kind services.
A group of 11 University of Baltimore students have been selected as finalists for UB's Rise to the Challenge competition. These entrepreneurs will face off on April 16, as judges consider the merits of their new business ventures. Good luck to all!