The University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs has climbed into the top 25 percent of all public affairs institutions in the United States in the latest graduate-school rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Ronald Castanzo, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies, is receiving local and national attention for his research into a historic black cemetery in Baltimore - the long-term neglect of which, he says, represents a "sad chapter" in the city's history.
interim assistant dean for advising, enrollment management and student success
associate professor, Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies
Are you ready to start your own business? Do you have a dream product you are trying to sell? Are you a natural competitor? Are you an entrepreneur? Then you could be the next "Rise to the Challenge" Pitch Competition winner. Registration is now open and continues until March 25. The final live competition will take on May 2.
The University of Baltimore's Women of Color Student Association is preparing for its upcoming performance of Eve Ensler's groundbreaking play, The Vagina Monologues, scheduled for April 19-20 in UB's Wright Theater.
With primaries and elections just around the corner, it's a good time to remind ourselves that University of Baltimore students are nationally known for their voter participation rates. In fact, they earned a gold seal for their track record.
Judy Richardson and Betty Robinson, two prominent veterans of the civil rights movement and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, will speak about their histories in the civil rights movement and connect it to today's ongoing struggles for equality in America, in a talk at the University of Baltimore on March 14.