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Student-Services Professional Kathea J. Smith Appointed New Assistant Dean for Merrick School of Business

Student-Services Professional Kathea J. Smith Appointed New Assistant Dean for Merrick School of Business

March 16, 2017

Kathea J. Smith has joined the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business as assistant dean for enrollment, academic affairs, and student services. Smith brings more than a decade of student service experience in various Maryland higher education institutions and a passion for student recruitment and retention.

Prof. Lingelbach: More Oligarchs Moving from Business to Politics

Prof. Lingelbach: More Oligarchs Moving from Business to Politics

March 8, 2017

Writing in The Huffington Post, University of Baltimore Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship David C. Lingelbach contemplates the impact of business oligarchs moving into the world of politics - and what that migration might mean for ordinary people.

Father and Son Real Estate Developers, Donald and Thibault Manekin, Featured Speakers at Upcoming 'Lessons from Legends' Talk, March 30

Father and Son Real Estate Developers, Donald and Thibault Manekin, Featured Speakers at Upcoming 'Lessons from Legends' Talk, March 30

March 7, 2017

Donald and Thibault Manekin, the father-and-son team who founded Seawall Development, will share their story during the next Lessons from Legends talk, hosted by the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business on March 30.

Digital Entrepreneurs Mentored by Two UB Centers

Digital Entrepreneurs Mentored by Two UB Centers

February 16, 2017

The University of Baltimore's Center for Digital Communication, Commerce and Culture and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation are working together to support UB's "digital entrepreneurs" - those students who are making their way in business with deep roots in high-technology such as apps, web development and 3D printing.

Merrick School of Business Presents: 'How Well-Run Businesses Can Make an Impact,' March 2

Merrick School of Business Presents: 'How Well-Run Businesses Can Make an Impact,' March 2

February 15, 2017

Join Murray Dalziel, dean of the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, as he talks with Eric Becker, founder of the venture capital and private equity firm Caretta, and Lane Epperson, president and CEO of HiTech Assets, a client of Caretta, as they share their story of "How Well-Run Businesses Can Make an Impact," on March 2. It's part of the school's Merrick Engages series.

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