Greg Walsh, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies and director of the M.S. in Interaction Design and Information Architecture program, writes in The Baltimore Sun that proposals to flatten the budgets of public media such as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting will lead to new divisions across society - the haves and have-nots of the electronic age.
The University of Baltimore will join several other city institutions for the second annual Light City Baltimore festival, being held in the Inner Harbor as well as in locations across the city, March 31 through April 8.
The Community Development Fellowship Program in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs gives dynamic, motivated students with a strong interest in effecting positive change in urban areas the opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills and gain hands-on development experience. Interested students are encouraged to apply now.
A video essay and discussion, "Swimming in Baltimore: How Poverty Works," featuring several local experts including the makers of the video from the Real News Network's Baltimore bureau, will be presented at the University of Baltimore on March 27.
Kathea J. Smith has joined the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business as assistant dean for enrollment, academic affairs, and student services. Smith brings more than a decade of student service experience in various Maryland higher education institutions and a passion for student recruitment and retention.
The clinical law program and the part-time J.D. offered by the University of Baltimore School of Law are among the best of their kind in the country, according to the latest rankings of American law schools by U.S. News & World Report.
“More than a Month: Why We Need Black History Year-Round,” a discussion between award-winning historians Michelle Scott of UMBC and N.D.B. Connolly of Johns Hopkins University, will take place March 15.
Joseph Danks, research professor and technical director for strategic intelligence analysis at the University of Maryland's Center for Advanced Study of Language, will lead a colloquium, "Beyond Machines: Humans in Cyber Operations, Espionage, and Conflict," presented by the University of Baltimore's chapter of Psi Chi on March 15.