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Criminal Justice Professor: Security Questions Follow Orlando Shootings

Criminal Justice Professor: Security Questions Follow Orlando Shootings  June 24, 2016
Writing in the Daily Record, Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor in the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore, considers the various security measures that were or were not taken at the sight of the mass shootings in Orlando - and insists that society must implement methods that are proven to work.

Students Travel to N. Ireland for Playwrighting Experience

Students Travel to N. Ireland for Playwrighting ExperienceJune 24, 2016
Next month a group of University of Baltimore students, led by Affiliate Assistant Professor and Arts and Theater Manager Kimberley Lynne, will travel to Northern Ireland to once again be part of the Armagh Project, a month-long creative writing residency.

Law Professor: Olympics Are Under Siege

Law Professor: Olympics Are Under SiegeJune 21, 2016
Writing in The New York Times, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Dionne Koller says the International Olympic Committee's recent decision to welcome a team of 10 refugees from troubled nations exemplifies the best of the Olympic movement and comes at a time when that movement's fundamental values seem under siege. Koller, the director of UB's Center for Sport and the Law, writes that the IOC must address issues such as the Russian doping controversy if it is to maintain its credibility as a proponent of clean sport.

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Last Published 5/4/16