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Prof. Nix: Among Baltimore's Many Neighborhoods, Hampden is Different

Prof. Nix: Among Baltimore's Many Neighborhoods, Hampden is DifferentMarch 27, 2017
Quoted in The New York Times, Elizabeth M. Nix, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies and director of its undergraduate program in history, says that Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood has a different identity than many other locations in the city - and this contrast may prove crucial as the community deals with issues of race.

Dean Spencer: For Years, Hospitals Have Prioritized the Privately Insured

Dean Spencer: For Years, Hospitals Have Prioritized the Privately InsuredMarch 27, 2017
Christine S. Spencer, dean of the University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences and a nationally recognized expert in healthcare administration, tells STAT that while it is true that hospitals provide care for all, it is understood inside the profession that a priority is given to those who are privately insured.

University of Baltimore's Maryland Equity and Inclusion Leadership Program Gets Underway with Full Class

University of Baltimore's Maryland Equity and Inclusion Leadership Program Gets Underway with Full ClassMarch 27, 2017
The Maryland Equity and Inclusion Leadership Program - a joint effort by the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy and the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights - successfully launched its inaugural class on March 23 and 24 at UB with 38 participants. The program had twice as many applications as could be accepted, an indication of the high demand from professionals for the tools and support to proactively approach addressing matters of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Last Published 5/4/16