In his most recent column in the Atlantic, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps writes that what seems like a low-key Supreme Court term could be remembered in history as a "blockbuster" in one area: how much due process is owed to immigrants, undocumented aliens, aliens outside the United States and even naturalized citizens.
In an op-ed in the Independent Journal Review, Ivan Sascha Sheehan, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs, considers the impact of Iran's election on its people - especially from a human rights perspective.
The William & Lanaea C. Featherstone Foundation and the Consular Section of the Mexican Embassy will present a free financial empowerment conference, "Mi Dinero, Mi Destino," on May 20 at the University of Baltimore. The event will provide the Latino community with practical skills - in Spanish - that help shape critical personal finance decisions.
Betsy Boyd, lecturer in the University of Baltimore's Klein Family School of Communications Design, continues UB's Emerging Voices Project with a reading on May 18. Boyd teaches journalism and fiction to both undergraduate and graduate students. She serves as editor of the Baltimore Fishbowl and formerly was on staff at Style Magazine.
University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Barbara Babb has been named director of the school's Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law - the first program of its kind in the nation. The new program, which begins in the fall, is designed to meet a critical need for an enhanced, in-depth family law curriculum.
Animation Career Review - a source for aspiring professionals in game design, animation, and technology - has ranked the University of Baltimore's suite of gaming and simulation programs in its national top 25.
For the past two decades, alumni from the University of Baltimore have served in senior leadership positions for the majority of Baltimore's leading accounting firms - a claim that can be made by no other institution, public or private.
The University of Baltimore and the Community College of Baltimore County are partnering to introduce the new BeeLine program, which will accelerate the transfer process as well as facilitate faster completion of UB undergraduate programs for CCBC students.
Kimberley Lynne, published playwright, arts and theater manager and affiliate assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, will be a featured guest for the next edition of the acclaimed Stoop Storytelling series on May 22. Lynne will recount some of the heart-stopping experiences she's had in local live theatre - moments that sometimes went far outside the boundaries of the play itself.