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Philosophy Professor: We Must Strengthen Our Commitment to Equality

Philosophy Professor: We Must Strengthen Our Commitment to Equality

July 3, 2015

Joshua J. Kassner, associate professor in the Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies at the University of Baltimore, writes in The Baltimore Sun that the nation's commitment to equal opportunity is essential to our future.

Latest Edition of Business School Newsletter, Now Available

Latest Edition of Business School Newsletter, Now Available

July 1, 2015

Get the latest happenings from the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business in their e-newsletter, The Merrick Exchange.

Criminal Justice Professor: New State Law Helps Us Understand Sexual Assaults on College Campuses

Criminal Justice Professor: New State Law Helps Us Understand Sexual Assaults on College Campuses

July 1, 2015

In a Baltimore Sun op-ed, Tara Richards, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice, joins a colleague from American University in praising a new state law that makes it easier to analyze the issue of sexual misconduct on college campuses in Maryland.

Law Professor: Ban Confederate Flag on License Plates

Law Professor: Ban Confederate Flag on License Plates

June 26, 2015

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Steven P. Grossman, the Dean Julius Isaacson Professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, says that all states should ban the use of the Confederate flag on license plates.

UB Hosts 6th Annual Baltimore Data Day, July 10

UB Hosts 6th Annual Baltimore Data Day, July 10

June 26, 2015

Baltimore Data Day: Strengthening Communities through Neighborhood Data, a one-day conference to help city leaders expand their abilities to use technology and data, will be held at UB on July 10.

Justice Dept. Town Hall, June 25

Justice Dept. Town Hall, June 25

June 25, 2015

Attorneys from the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice will hold a town hall meeting on June 25 at the University of Baltimore to discuss their investigation of the Baltimore City Police Department.

Bridges Baltimore Conference's Family Day Invites Children to Explore Links Between Art and Math, July 31

Bridges Baltimore Conference's Family Day Invites Children to Explore Links Between Art and Math, July 31

June 25, 2015

As part of Bridges Baltimore—a global gathering of experts from math, art and science that constitutes the world's largest mathematics and art interdisciplinary conference, this year taking place at UB—the public is invited to Bridges Baltimore Family Day, July 31.

Law Professor: Who Should Make Policy About Other Countries?

Law Professor: Who Should Make Policy About Other Countries?

June 24, 2015

In an op-ed in The Jerusalem Post, Kenneth Lasson, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, considers the ways that individual lives—including that of his grandson—are affected by the laws that govern United States foreign policy.

Congressional Black Caucus Meeting Explores Growing Rift in Society

Congressional Black Caucus Meeting Explores Growing Rift in Society

June 24, 2015

A June 23 open forum at the University of Baltimore, hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus and Democratic Party members of the Joint Economic Committee, raised key questions about what some characterize as a racial and economic rift in American society.

Congressional Black Caucus Hosts 'American Dream on Hold' Forum at UB, June 23

Congressional Black Caucus Hosts 'American Dream on Hold' Forum at UB, June 23

June 18, 2015

The Congressional Black Caucus and Democratic Party members of the Joint Economic Committee will host a public forum, "The American Dream on Hold: Economic Challenges in the African American Community," on campus June 23.

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