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Yeats Classic Staged at UB, March 26

Yeats Classic Staged at UB, March 26

February 27, 2015

A dramatized staged reading of the classic William Butler Yeats play, Purgatory, entirely performed and directed by UB community members, will take place on March 26.

Spring 2015 Reading Series Welcomes Novelists, Poets and More

Spring 2015 Reading Series Welcomes Novelists, Poets and More

February 26, 2015

The University of Baltimore's M.F.A. Reading Series has announced its spring 2015 season, featuring a mix of outstanding novelists, poets, artists and more.

UB's Philippines Empowerment Project Leads to Art Show, Student Travel

UB's Philippines Empowerment Project Leads to Art Show, Student Travel

February 26, 2015

A joint project by the University of Baltimore and a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and their families in the effort to overcome global poverty has resulted in an exhibition, "Artists of the Visayas: Enable a Woman—Change the Future," opening on March 1 at the World Trade Center in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Future plans include student travel to the islands.

Maryland's Court of Special Appeals Visits UB, March 2

Maryland's Court of Special Appeals Visits UB, March 2

February 25, 2015

The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland will hold a session at the University of Baltimore School of Law on March 2.

Penn Station Campaign Earns UB Gold Recognition

Penn Station Campaign Earns UB Gold Recognition

February 25, 2015

The University of Baltimore's advertising campaign in neighboring Penn Station earned a gold medal from the 2014 Collegiate Advertising Awards. The campus also earned accolades from the Educational Advertising Awards.

UB Student Nominated by Gov. Hogan to Serve as Student Regent

UB Student Nominated by Gov. Hogan to Serve as Student Regent

February 23, 2015

Sydney Comitz, a senior in the Merrick School of Business, an early-entry student in the University of Baltimore School of Law and president of the UB Student Government Association, has been nominated by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to serve as student representative to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents.

Law Professor: What is Motivating Coalitions Who Seek to Reform Criminal Justice?

Law Professor: What is Motivating Coalitions Who Seek to Reform Criminal Justice?

February 23, 2015

Quoted in Slate, David Jaros, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, advises close consideration regarding the motivations of various coalitions that are seeking to reform the criminal justice system.

Criminology Professor Serves as Visiting Researcher on Initiative to Improve Domestic Violence Offender Treatment in Colorado

Criminology Professor Serves as Visiting Researcher on Initiative to Improve Domestic Violence Offender Treatment in Colorado

February 19, 2015

In a study of more than 3,000 domestic violence cases in Colorado, more than half of the offenders with significant risk of re-offending failed to complete their assigned treatment, according to a research paper co-authored by Tara N. Richards, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice in the College of Public Affairs. Richards has spent the past year co-leading a statewide process evaluation for the Domestic Violence Offender Management Board in Colorado.

UB Hosts Community Forum on Improving Relations Between Law Enforcement, Public, Feb. 25

UB Hosts Community Forum on Improving Relations Between Law Enforcement, Public, Feb. 25

February 18, 2015

A public forum and panel discussion, "Policing the Community: Know Your Rights," will be held at the University of Baltimore on Feb. 25. Sponsored by the University's Brotherhood, Mentorship, Achievement, Leadership, and Enterprise Program (BMALE), the event is free and open to the public.

Students in Sustainability Program Featured in Coverage of Efforts to Improve Water Quality

Students in Sustainability Program Featured in Coverage of Efforts to Improve Water Quality

February 17, 2015

Students from the University of Baltimore's Environmental Sustainability and Human Ecology program in the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences are featured in a Fox 45 piece about the continuing effort to clean up the streams that feed into Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

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