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Eusebio Scornavacca, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, Named Parsons Professor for Digital Communication, Commerce and Culture

Eusebio Scornavacca, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, Named Parsons Professor for Digital Communication, Commerce and Culture

August 31, 2016

Eusebio Scornavacca, associate professor of management information systems in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business and a world-renowned expert on mobile information systems and digital transformation, has been named the University's Parsons Professor for Digital Communication, Commerce and Culture. The professorship is funded by Bob Parsons, B.S. '75, D.H.L. '08, founder of website hosting and domain registry giant Go Daddy and founder and CEO of Yam Worldwide, Inc.

Washington Monthly: UB in Top 25 Nationally for Adult Learners

Washington Monthly: UB in Top 25 Nationally for Adult Learners

August 30, 2016

In a new ranking, Washington Monthly magazine placed the University of Baltimore in its Top 25 ranking for Best 4-Year Colleges for Adult Learners.

Spotlight UB's Fall Season Features Mix of Music and Theater

Spotlight UB's Fall Season Features Mix of Music and Theater

August 29, 2016

The University of Baltimore's fall 2016 Spotlight UB series, featuring a menagerie of musical and dramatic productions that are as socially aware and relevant as they are entertaining, will kick off on Sept. 9.

Youth Advocate, Baltimore Native Kevin Shird on His New Book, Uprising in the City, Aug. 30, 31

Youth Advocate, Baltimore Native Kevin Shird on His New Book, Uprising in the City, Aug. 30, 31

August 24, 2016

Author, speaker, youth advocate and Baltimore native Kevin Shird will discuss his new book, Uprising in the City, on Aug. 30 and again on Aug. 31. Shird is speaking as a guest of the Human Services Administration program in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs.

Campus Pantry Food Drive Starts Aug. 29

Campus Pantry Food Drive Starts Aug. 29

August 24, 2016

Beginning Aug. 29, the University of Baltimore will conduct a food drive to stock its new Campus Pantry, which will open in just a few weeks. The drive will continue through Sept. 9.

'Divided Baltimore' Class Returns This Fall

'Divided Baltimore' Class Returns This Fall

August 23, 2016

"Divided Baltimore," a highly successful, experiential-based class launched by the University of Baltimore in fall 2015, will return to campus this fall through the University’s College of Public Affairs.

Langsdale Library Special Collections Presents: 'Meeting Basic Needs: Structural Inequality and Public Services in Baltimore'

Langsdale Library Special Collections Presents: 'Meeting Basic Needs: Structural Inequality and Public Services in Baltimore'

August 22, 2016

Two presentations from the University of Baltimore's Langsdale Library Special Collections, both set for Aug. 31, will provide a historical perspective on Baltimore's ability to meet basic needs in education, public safety, public health and more. The symposium is the result of work by the library's summer fellows, who conducted research into the various agencies and services that met public needs from the 1960s through the 1990s.

Health Systems Management Student Awarded Douglas Sheppard Memorial Scholarship

Health Systems Management Student Awarded Douglas Sheppard Memorial Scholarship

August 19, 2016

Christine Hunter, a senior health systems management student at the University of Baltimore, was awarded the prestigious Douglas Sheppard Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the Maryland Association of Health Care Executives. The award goes to one graduate and one undergraduate healthcare administration or management student who has exhibited ethical behavior, demonstrated leadership qualities and contributed to their school's knowledge base through active participation in student activities.

Prof. Tiefer's Legal Expertise in Procurement Makes National News, Twice in One Week

Prof. Tiefer's Legal Expertise in Procurement Makes National News, Twice in One Week

August 17, 2016

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer's expertise in government contracting and procurement has led him to be a valuable source in two national news articles this week—one regarding a major federal facility at the south Texas border, and the other a growing proxy war involving India and Pakistan.

UB Business Student, Arts and Sciences Alumna Win Top Awards for Entrepreneurs at National Urban League Competition

UB Business Student, Arts and Sciences Alumna Win Top Awards for Entrepreneurs at National Urban League Competition

August 17, 2016

The National Urban League's 2016 Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit, held in Baltimore on Aug. 6, gave awards to two from UB: Takia Ross, B.A. '11, won $10,000 for her presentation on her start-up business, Pretty Mobile. Monique Reid, a student in UB's entrepreneurship program, earned $5,000 for her business, Advanced Laboratory Services.

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Last Published 6/9/16