On Saturday, Aug 5, the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business will offer advising appointments for undergraduates seeking information and advice regarding classes, majors, etc. Sign up today!
University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Amy Sloan will revise Richard C. Wydick's Plain English for Lawyers, the classic work that has been described by The New York Times as "the most popular legal text today." Said Sloan, "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work on Plain English for Lawyers. It's a tremendous honor to contribute to this legendary book."
The July 17 edition of WEAA's Marc Steiner Show explores the Baltimore Faith-Based Development Certificate program, a joint effort by UB's Schaefer Center for Public Policy and Enterprise Community Partners to provide training and technical assistance to houses of worship in Baltimore that want to develop affordable housing and community facilities in the city.
The University of Baltimore will join Baltimore's annual Artscape event with "The Mystic Lands of Gamescape," an interactive showcase for gaming and a celebration of UB's lauded program in Simulation and Game Design, starting July 21.
The summer 2017 edition of The Merrick Exchange, the official newsletter of the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, is now available online. Find out what Merrick students, faculty, alumni and supporters are up to, and what's coming up for the school next.
Anthony Moll, M.F.A. '14, adjunct faculty in the University of Baltimore's undergraduate writing program, is the winner of the 2017 Non/Fiction Collection Prize from literary magazine The Journal. The Non/Fiction Collection Prize is awarded annually to a book-length collection of short stories, essays, or a combination of the two, and carries a cash award of $1,500 and publication with The Ohio State University Press.
University of Baltimore student William A. "Will" Shorter has been appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan to serve as the student representative to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. In this role, he will represent the interests of several thousand students from the USM's 12 institutions.
An article in The Baltimore Sun details the work of students and lawyers in the University of Baltimore's Human Trafficking Prevention Project, where efforts are underway to expunge the records of survivors of human trafficking.
Joshua Clark Davis, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies, says in a Washington Post op-ed that a number of myths have built up about American hippie culture since the 1960s and '70s. His article explores five of these myths, and seeks to provide a more accurate historical context for the impact of the hippie phenomenon on the larger society.